Great food! Even better service!!! Going back to try the lobster mac!! Street parking is much easier to find during the week.
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The food was alright, I got the sampler of shrimp, lobster and crab rolls and there was a good portion of seafood in a roll and coleslaw and that is it. The rolls are about 4" long and had maybe 4 oz of seafood in...More
Looked around to find a place to eat as I was at Alltech conference . Found this restaurant by accident & it was a great place to eat at lunchtime . I had the chowder and half sandwich of prawns and half of crab ....More
If you like lobster rolls, you’ll love Clawdaddy’s. Their menu states the rolls are 100% pure shellfish—no fillers. I can attest that they are completely honest in that assertion. The roll was piled high with large chunks of lobster. Can’t wait to try some of...More
We placed a rather large order to-go and they were super quick to have it ready and everything was correct. We went with 2 orders of the largest sampler platter consisting of 2 lobster rolls, 1 crab roll and 1 shrimp roll with 2 sides...More
Location: Downtown Lexington, KY! Based on what I observed, I don't know if it's possible to find street parking but there are tons of parking garages. The place: Small, no frills kind of deal. It's not fancy but it's clean. Also, the bathroom was huge...More
Food is good. Very small building. Very small portions. Very big price. Also, got food to go and they forgot my slaw.
Loved the host's welcome and the introduction to the restaurant. Décor had a fun, kitschy casual feel. The 1/2 lobster roll was authentic in taste, but the portion rather undersized compared to what I used to get in Boston or Maine. The shellfish chowder was...More
Being from New England, I'm always suspect about seafood in the middle of the country. Clawdaddy's is definitely the exception. The lobster was fresh and so were the rolls. Cole slaw is made in house was just how I like it. I also sampled the...More
The lobster bisque was barely flavored over oily water. At best call it a broth but it had no rich creamy quality that is the very definition of bisque. It also had basically no lobster in it, not one single chunk in the entire bowl....More