Waterman’s Lobster Co. will pop-up at Young Henry’s in Newtown for Easter (Sydney)

Heard of Waterman’s Lobster Co. and their Maine and Connecticut style lobster rolls but aren’t keen on leaving the inner-west bubble? We’ve got some good news for you. The increasingly popular Potts Point joint will be bringing some of their delicious rolls for a little two-day pop-up towards the end of this month, setting up at Newtown brewery Young Henry’s.

Usually it’s Young Henry’s popping up all over Sydney, but this time the lobster-focused brand will be serving mini versions of their popular rolls for $12 each (with crisps) out of the inner-west staple on Good Friday (25th March) and Easter Saturday (26th March). You can get two for $20 or some Egg Rolls with chips for $8 and wash it all down with Young Henry’s beers, set at $5 a midi.

The two-day pop up follows a successful temporary venture to Bondi Beach which saw Waterman’s serve up fresh lobster rolls out of the site that used to belong to Mr Moustache. We’re willing to bet this new pop-up spawned from Young Henry’s coming on board Kings Cross Festival late last month. Whatever the reason, we’re just glad it exists and that we’ll be getting to munch on these fresh, buttery lobster rolls in Newtown soon!

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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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