Treat Yourself: All These Lobster Dishes Are Available At The Grid

You deserve juicy and succulent lobster.

There are just some days when you feel the need to just treat yourself and a lobster meal (yes, lobster) will definitely fit the bill. Bun Appetit at The Grid, Powerplant Mall began serving lobster rolls at the Salcedo Market in 2014. They've been at the Powerplant Mall for a year now and they've made lobster rolls more accessible to seafood fans who can afford it.

Just in time for National Lobster Day on September 25, you can take your pick from Bun Appetit's lobster menu and sample the succulent and juicy fresh lobster meat imported all the way from Maine. According to Lawrence Cua of Bun Appetit, "We've been a seafood brand since day one, specifically lobster rolls. A lot of customers have been asking about whole lobsters and some customers don't want bread so we added it to the menu."

Indulge with the lobster quarter pounder set, also served with truffle fries and soda (P995).
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If you truly want to indulge, go for the Maine lobster set which needs to be ordered a day in advance. It was initally offered as a Father's day special and was also served during Bun Appetit's fifth year anniversary last August but it's now on the menu because of customer demand. 

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