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Red Lobster’s New Lobster and Cheddar Bay Waffles Are Making Our Mouths Water

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You’ve heard of chicken and waffles (it is a Southern delicacy, after all), but have you ever thought about switching the chicken out for something unexpected — like Red Lobster’s juicy and delicious lobster meat? If not, we hear you; we hadn’t thought of a waffle-and-seafood mashup, either — until now, that is. Starting Monday, March 26, Red Lobster will be offering guests the chance to try the company’s brand-new dish, Lobster and (Cheddar Bay Biscuit) Waffles — a meal that the legions of Cheddar Bay Biscuit fans out there won’t be able to pass up.

The new treat features a tasty Cheddar Bay Biscuit Waffle that’s topped with a perfectly-cooked, buttermilk-battered and fried Maine lobster tail, finished off with a healthy helping of maple syrup — which gives Red Lobster customers a sweet and savory alternative to the traditional comfort meal of chicken and waffles.

By switching out plain ole’ waffle mix for Red Lobster’s famous biscuit mix, these waffles put a modern spin on the company’s coveted Cheddar Bay Biscuits — and you’d better believe the internet is thrilled. Several Red Lobster fans have already voiced their opinion of the lobster-topped monster of a meal on Twitter. And while some users are repulsed by the idea, the majority of the public seems to be overly excited to try Red Lobster’s new crustacean creation.

Although the menu item may be priced differently in various cities, Red Lobster says the meal will average around $19.99 per plate — which is still a heck of a lot cheaper than trying to make your own lobster and waffle dish at home. But you’d better hurry: Like all good things, Red Lobster’s Lobster and Waffles will only be around for a limited time. Catch it while you can.

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