Thursday, September 03, 2009

Like The Lobster Roll At Oyster House, The Lobster Roll At Village Whiskey Does NOT Use A Split-Top Bun

Traditionally, Lobster Rolls are served on split-top buns, which are top loader buns, rather than side loader buns, which are normal hot dog buns.

Two of Philadelphia's newest Lobster Rolls are going against that grain.

See visual evidence of the Village Whiskey lobster roll (with applewood bacon) here, by Meal Ticket.

Image of the Oyster House lobster roll at right.

Both seem to be using a buttered and grilled side-sliced Martin's potato hot dog roll.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Previously:
- OH SNAP: Village Whiskey Jumps In On The Fried Chicken Action With Kentucky Fried Quail
- Summer Eating: Tracking Down A Delicious New England Style Lobster Roll In Philadelphia

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