While walking around Harajuku and Omotesando area, we noticed multiple long lines along the roads. There were people lining up for Ms. Dior’s new perfume, Flippers and Luke’s Lobster.
My dad heard a lot about Luke’s Lobster since his friends would post about it whenever they are in Japan so naturally he wanted to line and up and try.
The line was crazy long and the rest of us did not have the energy left to line up so we decided to just pass by before they close down for the day.
This turned out to be the BEST DECISION EVER as there were NO LINES!
Luke’s Lobster, Harajuku/Omotesando is open everyday from 11 AM – 8:30 PM.
all photos taken using an iPhone
Oh man IT WAS DELICIOUS!! My brother said that the one in New York tastes better but I was already so happy!!
My friend suggested that I should try the trio next time, which I will!
Do I think it’s worth it to line up for Luke’s? Honestly, no.
Although the lobster roll was so good, I think you can enjoy a lobster meal without tiring yourself from the queuing.
Will you que for Luke’s Lobster?
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