Cousins Maine Lobster Truck

Food Truck, Seafood
Los Angeles, CA


  • Overpriced.
  • What you should get: The Connecticut Roll is a popular choice if you want to keep it traditional. Its served with fresh lobster, lemon, and butter topped on a New England style roll.
  • Pricey for the size (no longer than my hand), but the best lobster roll I've tried. And from a truck no less!
  • Everything is so tasty! Lobster tail and roll are to die for!
  • It seems weird paying $13 for a sandwich with one ingredient, but if that one ingredient is mounds of lobstah, then it's all good!
  • Little taste of New England! Been chasing these guys around LA since we moved here! Finally got one and zomg was it perfect
  • Connecticut lobster rolls !!!
  • Awesome lobster rolls ar their restaurant in Pasadena.
  • Dare I say the lobster tacos are even better than the rolls. Don't forget to add the seasoned salt
  • Awesome all around. Soup shrimp and lobster all good.
  • Maine Lobster Roll is perfect on a warm summer day. Cool, succulent, authentic, meaty and done in about five bites, so enjoy every bit of it! Too small for sharing. Not cheap, either
  • They serve Mexican Coke!
  • Shrimp & lobster ceviche, blueberry soda, & lobster ice cream straight from Maine? Can't go wrong. Line is well worth the wait (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Choose the Maine-style version, which features cold claw and tail meat served on a crisped split-top roll smeared with a judicious swath of mayonnaise:
  • I have not been here.
  • The best lobster tail you'll get from a food truck in the Los Angeles area hands down.
  • As seen on tv

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