Rethink. Upon leaving Las Vegas, Nevada I stopped by a well known Arizonian restaurant, Red Lobster. I have previously eaten there and based upon the merits of the one in my hometown I decided to stop and eat, expecting the same taste and great customer service; and that is not exactly what I acquired. Searching the menu I achieved my goal of finding something delicious that fulfilled the demands of my stomach. I inquired about the Red Lobster and soon the fragrance of the meal reached my nose and it sat in front of me, waiting to be devoured. However, before consuming, I studied the meal that I had thought over, the meal that I thought would fill me up. The pizza was plated normally, eight slices that formed a perfect circle. Partially incinerated pieces that formed the crust did not bother me in the least for it provided me with the crunch I wanted. I looked on, discovering the things that were mentioned on the menu “thin-crust pizza topped with langostino lobster meat, melted mozzarella cheese, fresh tomatoes and sweet basil”. It was the amount and choice of ingredients that intrigued me the most. But was it worth it? Was the meal actually going to impress me? I began. My primary bites provided me with this information. Although, I hate thin crust the pizza provided me with a golden brown, toasted taste and gave me a chip like crunch. The ingredients tasted fresh. For example the tomatoes were juicy and tasted as though they were recently cut. Juicy definitely places a word on how it tasted. Although it was juicy, the ingredients were too balanced, creating a cancellation affect. Despite all of the spices placed into the dish it tasted like water, it had no one dominate flavor. To add to the horror of this concept I had ordered water to drink, to allow my taste buds to feel and taste the full affect of the food. It was as though I was eating and drinking water. In reviewing meals I hate to give a negative outlooks, but the Lobster Pizza, although cheaply priced at $9.50 is not worth a single dime. To provide advice, I deeply ask patrons to reconsider ordering this dish.
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