Pre-cooked lobster can be reheated, though you will need to know exactly how to go about doing this so you do not risk ruining the meat, rendering it inedible. The first thing which you will need to do is to thaw out the frozen lobster put putting them each into an empty bowl overtime and keeping it in the refrigerator. You can also choose to put the frozen lobster into a bad which you can run under cold water for around 30 minutes for every pound there is.
The next step involves heating the boiler. After that you will want to reheat the lobster on a grill as opposed to broiling it. Make sure that the meat of the lobster is facing up on the broiler, using a brush to cover it in lemon juice as well as melted butter all over the meat. You will need to broil the lobster until the meat thermometer you put in it has reached 180 degrees.
You can also reheat the lobster in the oven which should be set to 360 degrees, brushing it with lemon juice and butter if you so choose. Make sure that you wrap it in aluminum foil and put the lobster on a baking pan. Keep the lobster in for 5-10 minutes until the internal temperature has reached 180 degrees.