Surf and Turf
garlic butter + bruleed lemon
Nine ounces of delicate warm-water Caribbean lobster tail topped with garlic butter and served with a lemon brulee. Prime steak, seasoned with a paprika based dust composed of a distinct blend of sea salts and peppers.
Did You Know?
In Colonial times, lobster was a mark of utter poverty and degradation, considered fit only for the poor, servants, prisoners and the stray cat! It wasn’t until the spread of this delicacy through our emerging train system in the 1800’s that people started to eat lobster outside our coastal areas. Better methods of preparation made lobster’s popularity explode. By the 1950’s, lobster became synonymous with movie stars, glamor and indulgent dining and has remained so until the present time.
Some of the best lobster tail, fresh seafood and steak that I’ve had…
– VCT513 via mobile
…the lobster tail is a ‘lobster tail,’ right size!
– LFFE @ Open Table