The scene: Airy yet intimate new Harvard Square seafood den with ample bar seating and a hidden alley patio.
The meat: Mix of tail, claw, and knuckle, 6 ounces total (equivalent to one-and-a-half lobsters per roll). Oh, and the goods come straight from the 250-gallon tank in the basement, so you know it’s fresh.
The roll: Brioche, griddled with butter.
The mayo quotient: Negligible, but tasty. Meat is tossed with salt and pepper and a dab of in-house mayo, topped with chopped chives, celery leaves, and fresh lemon zest.
The verdict: If you seek a simple, clean, perfectly rendered roll that lets the meat shine through, look no further. The fries are addictive, but you can actually do a half greens, half fries order to feel better about yourself.