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Seafood Madness in Luke's Lobster of Shibuya, Japan

Luke's Lobster in Shibuya, Japan

Luke's Lobster is a famous stall serving a rather atypical sandwich. Just by the name itself, you'll get the entire gist -- lobster sandwich!

Luke's Lobster in Shibuya, Japan

Al fresco dining to go with the lobster roll
The concept of Luke's Lobster is very western-inspired with how it banks on the liberty of open air dining. It's very simple actually! You order a sandwich of your choice, and then enjoy munching it in its al fresco dining area. Of course, given the setup, it's a perfect take-out meal as well.

Luke's Lobster in Shibuya, Japan

The lobster roll!
Lobster is the core idea of Luke's Lobster, but there are other choices such as crab, shrimp and a combination of these. Since I am more curious to the lobster roll, I went for that one.

Luke's Lobsters Wrapper

The lobster meat of this Lobster Roll (¥980) was lightly cold, fresh and generously meaty. It was also light and very gentle on the palate. You'll get a hint of the mayo with subtle herb flavors.
Lobster Roll (regular) -- Luke's Lobster

And then there's me, enjoying something new in this Lobster Roll!

Renz Cheng enjoying a lobster roll of Luke's Lobster

Luke's Lobster Quick Guide

Famous for: Shredded lobsters in a roll

Budget needed: more than ¥1,000 (appx P440) for a personal lobster roll

Is it wander-worthy? Not so much. Well, it's really great for trying, but a bit expensive for the experience. If you are a bit tight on the budget, I suggest that you skip this one, and just allocate it in other restaurants.

How to get there: I mostly depended on Google in locating locations in Japan. Also, I just came across this place when I saw tourists and locals flocking the place.

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