Lobster in Boston

I never thought I would be using these words in the same sentence: lobster, food truck, delicious.

But, here it is, I’ve gone and done it.  Becuase, today I was at one of my favorite Farmer’s Markets.  It’s in South Boston, and it’s nicknamed SoWa (South of Washington Street).  They have great vendors for the usual items: produce, meats, cheeses, hot sauces, breads and I could go on, but you get the idea.  They also happen to have a fantastic food truck presence.  Every week, there are at least 15 of them.  Some more interestingly graphically wrapped trucks than others, but all with one thing in common.

They’re dishing out some fantastic “street” food of all different types.   From burgers to BiBimBop and a lot

And today, in-between just happened to come from an appropriately colored bright, red truck, in the
form of a lobster slider (a mini lobster roll).

This sandwich has very few ingredients and therefore any one of them that isn’t delicious takes down the yummy factor exponentially.  No worries there – the Iggi’s brioche bun was soft, hot-off-the-grill and perfectly lightly, buttery toasted, topped with nice sized chunks of fresh lobster that was dressed with a dash of mayo and crunchy celery.  Simple, and executed perfectly.

The only complaint is that I should have ordered two of them, or gone the next sandwich up and gotten
the classic split-top.

Which I’ll do next time, because I’m now in Lobsta Love.