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Rudy's Hideaway Lobster House & Bar

EVEN BEFORE I FLEW TO SACRAMENTO, my sister has been "tempting" me with Fresh Lobsters in Rudy's.  Yes, I have been there before, that was nearly two years ago and I can still remember clearly how it tasted!  So lobster-licous!!  And we could get it at a special price of $19.95 every Thursday, that was 2 years ago... and now 2 years later, the price is still the same and we just have to go at least one time before our holiday ends!

As usual, we want to be early birds so that it would not be crowded and we were there before 5pm... that is the best time to beat the heavy traffic on the way there and to avoid waiting queue at the restaurant.  The place is still the same as far as I can remember.... we have to put on the plastic aprons, endless flow of baguettes and ice water.... LOL... For the set of Lobster, we can choose one side dish, my sisters have mashed potatoes and french beans, as for me, I stick to coleslaw....
Rudy's Hideaway Lobsterhouse and Bar...
And these were served ....

Came out fresh and hot... 
This is my set.....
A Bowl of coleslaw
And I was thinking... "Is that enough for my dinner?"
And the answer is YES!
Surprisingly I was pretty Full.... a very meaty lobster indeed...
To me, the taste is similar to giant prawns... 
Though the price between the two are worlds apart... 
Regardless... we did enjoy our early dinner very much Indeed!!
And before we left... hope we will come here again...
Perhaps in another two years time!


  1. Oooo...lovely lobster!!! I do prefer our local giant freshwater udang galah though, nicer.

  2. You both look so cute in your lobster bibs! Too bad you have to wait so long to go again.

  3. I love lobster!!! Who could resist??

  4. lobsters! so delicious! price is good too!

  5. You both looked so happy in the photos, must have really enjoyed the lobster meal

  6. For that price, we better enjoy.. hahaha...


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