Ready For A “Lobster Mountain?” How About A “Crab Tower?” Let’s Head To Toronto’s Fishman Lobster Clubhouse Restaurant!

Ready To Dig Into Some Lobster? Lots And Lots Of Lobster?

I found this picture online and had to find out what was going on – so let’s head to the famous Fishman Clubhouse Restaurant in Toronto to see some of the most amazing towers of seafood in the world!


Bizarre Enough For Andrew Zimmern!

Yes, The Travel Channel Host showed up to try one, and all across social media, you can find picture of diners posing with their food – before and after!

It turns out, The Fishman Lobster Clubhouse Restaurant in Toronto is famous for making giant towers of seafood: and people can’t wait to post pictures with their dishes…not only that, video too!

Here is the video of a 57-pound Lobster Tower being delivered to the table!

57 Pounds Of Lobster!

All I say say is: WOW.

The menu offers many ways to eat these incredible towers, and clearly it’s better to bring a lot of hungry friends.

Don’t worry, if your taste is more for crab – guess what?

They’ve got a tower for you too!

I will find a way to convince my wife Alex to make the journey to Toronto for this – I would love this!

If you follow this blog, you know I’ve posted about towers of food before:

Remember the fried shrimp tower? Not only do they sell it in Japan, I found someone who ate one!

See him take it on here:

https://johnrieber.com/2016/03/12/10000-yen-fried-shrimp-tower-giant-bacon-towers-food-stacked-a-mile-high/

And if you don’t like seafood, don’t worry: I found a chicken yakitori dish a mile high as well!

That’s the legendary Mr. Sato from SoraNews24, and if you want to know if he ate that thing, click here to see the results:

https://johnrieber.com/2013/07/23/the-mega-yakitori-japans-huge-chicken-on-a-stick/

I love food towers! Let me know if you agree!



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11 replies

  1. Wow, that is the biggest sharing platter I have seen…

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  2. That’s crazy! Those towers are enormous!! The before pictures arectrying to tempt me back to vegetarianism πŸ˜‰ It must be a really fun experience to have with friends.

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  3. That is decadent…yet very tempting. I do LOVE lobster

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  4. Not a fan of the taste of crab, but I am in for the Lobster Tower! πŸ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete.

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