Updated: December 12, 2018
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Get Some Lobster Roll at Luke's Lobster in Tokyo!

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Luke's Lobster is a popular lobster roll store from New York which was established in 2009. Ever since it opened its branch in Tokyo, it has been attracting lots of customers with its delicious lobster rolls! Let's find out more about Luke's Lobster!

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Luke's Lobster

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Luke's Lobster is a popular store where they serve lobster rolls and other seafood rolls. They use selected lobsters which are produced in Maine, USA! The Tokyo branch is located in Omotesando, Shibuya, Hiroo and their pop up store will be open at Aoyama for a limited time. It's a popular store and you usually see a long line of people waiting to try their delicious lobster rolls.

Menu

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Their menu include "seafood rolls", such as lobster roll, crab roll and shrimp roll.
If you want to try two kinds of rolls, you can order "seafood rolls half", and choose a combination of lobster & crab rolls, lobster & shrimp rolls or crab & shrimp rolls.
You can also add drinks and chips!
At Hiroo branch, they have a limited menu only available there! They have fried lobster, grilled lobster (full size or half size), steamers and craft beer.

How to get to Luke's Lobster

As previously mentioned, there are 3 branches in Tokyo excluding the pop up store.

<< To Omotesando branch >>
Just a 3 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda line or Fukutoshin line, Meijijingumae station.

<< To Shibuya Park Street branch >>
Around a 8 minute walk from Shibuya station, Harajuku station and Meijijingumae station.

<< To Hiroo branch >>
Around a 2 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line No.2 exit of Hiroo station. Located along Hiroo Shopping street.

<< To Pop Up Shack branch >>
Just a few minute walk from Omotesando station.

Enjoy Luke's Lobster's tasty lobster rolls!

Are you hungry yet? If you are looking for a light lunch or something to snack on while you are in Tokyo, check out Luke's Lobster!

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