Lobster roll

Into the juicy claws of Luke’s Lobster

After our venture in Harajuku, J and I decided to continue our journey towards Shibuya on foot. Just a short walk from Kiddy Land…

Directions from Harajuku station or from Kiddy Land

…and we discovered this! The Luke’s Lobster staff were friendly and professional with great English. Kinda makes you feel like you’re not in Japan.

Luke's Lobster, Shibuya
Small tales and chairs to sit, but definitely not a place to sit for a long chat!

We saw loads of people queuing up, curious we go in line too. We ordered the lobster roll, because why would you order shrimp at a shop with the name lobster on it? And we have limited tries (literally just this once), so go lobster!

Lobster roll
Minimal sauce for optimum lobster taste!

It was honestly not cheap, but we’re in Japan, and its lobster! And there’s a queue! It was soooo juicy and delicious. If we weren’t full from lunch, we would’ve ordered for seconds.

Luke’s Lobster menu

Luke’s Lobster – Omotesando
6-7-1 Jingumaee, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (5 minutes walk from Harajuku station)
Tel: +81 03 5778 3747
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 8:00pm Daily
Google Maps – Luke’s Lobster Omotesando

If you are in the area, why not stop by and take a bite at Luke’s Lobster, the price you pay will leave a smile on your belly!

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Caroline LT

Hi I'm Caroline. Writing is really a continuous interest since childhood, in a small way, may my writings make the world a happier, lighter, brighter place to be in!

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