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  1. Are you sure it can’t be already? I know that there are restaurant-on-the-go services, and I’d be surprised if a top seafood place wasn’t already on the list.
    On, I can’t find a place with lobster, but I do see a place with Digby scallops.
    (Yes, I’m responding literally to a facetious post. But seriously, I think the private sector will have taken care of this within the next twenty-four months…)

  2. Chris Taylor says:

    I’m hoping they take care of it. =)
    I know of Japanese restaurants where I can order a lobster tail prepared in the Japanese way (rice wine, basil, salt, lemons, egg yolks, soy sauce) for delivery. But if you want it steamed, unadorned except for garlic butter, that is tougher to find as a deliverable item.

  3. Mark says:

    Many years ago in Toronto, I ordered lobster delivered from Seafood Express, so my girlfriend and I could dine in in style. We have been married for 14 years.

  4. Chris Taylor says:

    Wow. Thanks for the tip! The big question is, was it live or cooked? I found a dozen markets and specialty retailers that will deliver a live or otherwise uncooked lobster to the premises… but I’m looking for it to be steamed or broiled prior to arrival on-site.
    If I were cooking up a gourmet meal I’d prefer to steam it myself, but this is more of a vanity project focusing on fast-food replacement.