Lobsters are a luxury food for special occasions, so what better way to celebrate than with a serving of some large cooked lobsters. Sustainably caught using pots, this highly versatile and delightfully cooked lobster will be the ultimate convenient seafood for any special occasion. Packed with plenty of nutrients, lobsters are not just tasty but healthy too! Although they’ll be mouth-wateringly delicious on its own, up your lobster game by seasoning it to your liking and pop it on the grill for a lovely main meal to indulge in.
How to split a lobster: Place the lobster on a cutting board with its belly side up and tail closest to you. Hold down its tail with one hand; using a sharp knife, start at the centre of the lobster where the tail meets the body and cut in half lengthwise. Rotate the lobster so that the head is closest to you; repeat, cutting through its body and head.
- 800-900g live weight (Please note that lobsters lose an average of 10-15% weight once cooked. Expected net weight of the large cooked lobster is approximately 650-750g).
- Lobsters are sold whole and there is no way of checking the meat content, which can vary.
- Tomalley is a soft, green substance sometimes found in the body cavity of the lobster. It functions as the liver and pancreas and is quite normal, it does not signify there is anything wrong with the lobster.
- We usually use freshly cooked Lobsters, however occasionally bad weather or supply issues require us to use previously frozen Lobsters.
Please consume within 3 days if kept refrigerated or follow instructions on the product label. For later consumption, please store product in the freezer in its sealed packaging once delivered (previously frozen lobsters should not be refrozen).