The U.S. east coast and in particular the Boston area are known worldwide for a wide selection of oysters, lobster roll, crabs and seafood in general.
Lobster roll is usually served in 2 version: one cold where the lobster has been boiled, chopped and served with a mayo-type sauce and one warm where the lobster is finally cooked in butter.
Both the 2 versions deserve to be try but my favorite is without a doubt the cold one, especially if served in a soft but lightly crunchy bun.
I tried many restaurants and bars and my top recommendation goes for James Hook, a fisherman based in the center of Boston.
Since it is not a restaurant, it is not opened in the evening and on Sunday.
Take then the opportunity to have stroll and a break with one of the best lobster rolls in town!
Fresh, simple and perfectly balanced.
Directly from fisherman's net to the bun!