A symbol of decadence and special occasions, there’s no seafood treat quite like a lobster tail. When cooked, the soft and tender flesh of the lobster tail is a pristine white and features a flavor that is sweeter than crab with a less-fishy taste. Meaty and plump, the lobster tail makes for a delicious meal when baked or grilled and served with warm butter and lemon juice. Each tail approximately 8 oz.
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