Thursday, October 1, 2015

Underrated lobster roll from Pauli's @ North End, Boston

Pauli's is a small shop located in North End, Boston offering reasonable priced subs, wraps, Italian food and lobster roll. They also cater for takeout, delivery and catering. For the local, this shop is quite famous for its lobster roll. If not because for my walking tour guide told me that this shop has among the best lobster roll in town, I might have waiting in the queue at Neptune Oyster next door. If you lookout for Pauli's in the Internet, you can hardly find any article which would rate them to have among the best lobster roll. Neptune Oyster often rated at no 1 for its lobster roll but the queue to have food in this restaurant is forever long. Pauli's environment was rather different. Not many patrons in their shop and I can have my lobster roll within 5 minutes. Amazingly the fast lobster roll which I get from Pauli's, was superb.

Taste:10/10(Excellent. Upon my first bite of the lobster roll was a burst of flavor with smooth and warm butter coating the delicate lobster meat. The huge portion of lobster meat suits very well with soft bread roll. The lobster meat were full of flavour. Well coated with butter with slight salty taste provided a perfect balance to the natural flavors of the lobster. The potato chips provided also complemented the meal very well. Simple but amazingly delicious).
Price:3/10(Expensive. The hot lobster roll priced at USD18.99 with chips. For cold version of lobster roll, its sold at USD16.99).

The packaging was not impressive. Lobster roll with packed potato chips.

Wow, the smell and taste very good. Well and lightly coated with butter. Fresh red lobster colour.

Looks small but you will satisfied with the portion and taste.

Simple shop but huge variety of food options.

Variety of kettle cook potato chips.

Pauli's featured in The Boston Globe.

Pauli's (Wicked fresh, Crazy good).

GPS/Coordinate: 42.363312, -71.055977
Address: 65 Salem St, Boston, MA 02113, United States
Public transport: Haymarket station via light rail/subway-orange line/bus.


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