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This is a nice little place on the docks of New London, where we had to wait in line for 30 minutes on a weekday to be served. It was packed with local people eager to buy their famous lobster rolls, and it was well...More
We ordered a couple of mixed fried seafood and steamed clams. While the former was decent, the latter had quite a bit of sand. Oysters, clams strips and scallops were of good size and not overcooked. Next time, will skip the unremarkable fried plates and...More
It's a popular local and tourist outdoor shack. A decent lobster roll but not up to Maine standards. The line moves fairly quickly. It's not easy to find. I haven't lived in New London for years but I did live there and still missed it....More
Captain Scott’s is the hidden gem of New London. Your GPS will have now problem finding the best lobster in New London.
They serve two sizes of lobster roll. $14 and $18. They are both well worth the price. The chowder is excellent!
Vacationed here the first week of September this year, the day we arrived, Costello's had closed for the season. So we went to Captain Scott's to get out whole belly clam fix. Picnic tables under a ton roof covered shelter on the edge of the...More
Let's start off by stating that this is not a fancy restaurant. There will be no metal silverware, china plates or table servers. It is hard to find and, when we one there, it was a one lane road at the only entrance.