Old Original Bookbinder’s, Philadelphia’s world famous restaurant, brings to the consumer some of the traditional favorites served there since 1865. Painstaking efforts are made to adhere to our famous recipes known for their quality and savory flavor. Our dedication to excellence has won praise from gourmets around the world.
- Pack of twelve, 10.5-Ounce cans
- Its semi-condensed
A LITTLE ON THE BLAH SIDE
I used to live in Philadelphia and was a big fan of Bookbinder’s, especially for their lobster bisque. I was hoping that the canned version would bring back fond memories. I recall the taste as being very rich and ‘lobstery”, with bits of real lobster. The canned version is more like what Campbell’s soup might have done if they did bisque. It’s OK, not bad, but no kick or seafood flavor. I added sherry, but it justs tastes blah with sherry.