One does not leave Pince & Pints without trying the lobster roll served in warm toasty brioche buns. The new star on its menu is surely just as tasty. The Cantonese Style Steamed Lobster ($58) is a show-stopper, with hearty lobster chunks steamed in house-made soy sauce with ginger, and garnished with fresh Chinese parsley and spring onions.
There are three other new items on the menu. The Nonya Chilli Lobster Roll ($58) and Wasabi Lobster Roll ($58). The former pays tribute to the charming neighbourhood of Katong, where the Peranakans reside. The roll is packed with generous servings of lobster meat topped with a dollop of fiery sambal chilli sauce, and paired with a side of mesclun salad and fries. For a whole lobster, opt for the Black Pepper Lobster ($58). The crustacean is stir-fried with ginger, scallions and black pepper sauce. Ask for fried mantous to mop up any remaining sauce. 95 East Coast Road. Tel: 6386 3988