Sat outside; stuffed mushrooms were awesome! Mabel's was recommended to us by multiple locals, and it did not disappoint!
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We come to Kennebunkport 2x per year ( fall and June) for 3-4 nights each time, and usually have dinner at Mabels during our visits. $24 for chicken Parmesan that’s served with linguini. $9 for a Chardonnay that’s barely a tiny 3 Oz pour. Last...More
The food was good, but expensive. Same quality down the road for lesser. It was a busy night and we got crammed into a corner. Place was jammed though. Needs a bigger bathroom, the door slams into a guest table.
Good service; food is standard fare. Not exceptional. Salad was terrible. I would probably not return. Other good restaurants nearby.
We were on a driving trip around New England, so when we got to Kennebunkport, we were so looking forward to visiting this restaurant. We were quite disappointed. It was very mediocre. The restaurant did not have any parking area, so one had to find...More
Good food, a little pricey. The desserts looked awesome and the service was quite friendly. I would recommend it.
Went here for a lunch and decided to stop by while in Kennebunkport. Indoor and outdoor seating. All of our group of 3 ordered the cracked open stuffed lobsters (Mabel's Famous). Was disappointed after all the reviews we had read. $37 and it seems like...More
I am new to trying Mabel's Lobster Claw Restaurant and as the first bite of food was taken, the waitress was standing at our table, and there was a very long hair in the food. and I said to the waitress there is A LONG...More
We ended up here by default. I had the lobster Milanese. It cost $58 for a 2 lb lobster. There was very little lobster meat even in the tail. Most of the protein was the butterfly shrimp. It was raining when we went and it...More
Mabel’s lived up to its top billing from locals. The lobster is so fresh, it literally comes in on boats across the street! I got the plain lobster with drawn butter and my wife got the stuffed lobster. Both were amazing! The stuffed lobster were...More