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The Lobsta Truck: We May(o) Assert That Butta is Betta!

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The New England Lobster Roll is a tradition and a delicacy, and while you can grab a seat and go for a roll at several restaurants in Los Angeles, The Lobsta Truck has been rolling for a few weeks, and if you find them, you can find yourself with a pretty tasty sandwich in your hands.

The Lobsta Truck is all about the basics. The menu is small: Lobster rolls, Crab rolls, Clam Chowder, chips, Woopie Pies, and drinks. While truck chasers may enjoy the relative affordability from the new wave trucks and ingredient laden fusion options on expansive menus, when it comes to The Lobsta Truck you'll need a bit more cash, because you're going to get the pure, largely unadulterated real deal, in the form of lobster and crab flown in from the East Coast and Canada, in either a butter or mayo prep. A Lobster roll is $11, Crab roll $9, and the Chowder is $3.50/cup and $6/pint.

Here comes the decision: When it comes to the Lobster roll, should you get Butter or Mayo?