Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Cousin’s Maine Lobster Restaurant Review

My very first food truck experience! I know it may sound unbelievable, but its the truth. I've always lingered around food trucks, but I could never make up my mind on what to get. So, this was my first purchase from a food truck, aside from cotton candy and funnel cakes at the fair, that doesn't really count, right?   

So, of course if you know me, you know how much of a foodie I am and you know how I LOVE my seafood. Cousins Maine Lobster has been on my list for a while now. I finally had an opportunity to check them out at our food truck fest in Old Town Conyers on today. I'm not sure when I became borderline obsessed with lobster rolls, but I think it began about two years ago, during my Green Goddess Adventures. I was a virgin to Maine lobster until this afternoon. 

The lobster meat did not disappoint me, as you can see it was chunks and whole pieces of lobster, not just chopped up pieces, as most that I've experienced in the past. It was a sweet and savory flavor, lightly seasoned. Now, the roll itself could have been better. It wasn't bad, but I couldn't help but think of a few ways to jazz it up myself, so you know that's exactly what I did when I got home. I added my own special blend of lemon, butter, garlic and seafood seasoning and used it to dip my lobster roll. Can you say amazing. The famous whoopee pie was red velvet, it was really good. I was a little worried that it would be too sweet, but it turned out to be just right. 

Well, I can officially check Cousins Maine Lobster off my list of Atlanta eats. It was worth a try, but I'll continue to search to find my favorite lobster roll spot for now!   

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