The giant tropical-fish tank at the entrance sets the scene, and, as the name suggests, lobster is the featured ingredient on the menu. It's whipped into soups, stuffed into appetizers, and presented in full glory in numerous entrées. The lobster bisque is creamy yet light, with great chunks of meat at the bottom. The seafood platter—half a lobster thermidor, whole grilled langoustine, shrimp, baked oysters, creamy scallops, crab cakes, and black cod—doesn't disappoint.
Decorated in blue and gold, with mahogany timbers, leather upholstery, the restaurant has a vibe that is at once formal and cozy: it's great for before- or after-dinner drinks at the bar.