The entire menu is available to all diners whether they’re on the dining plan or not, and that is at all restaurants. That “whole” Maine lobster isn’t big and the only parts that are really edible are the claws and tail. The lobster itself will not be more than 1.5 pounds.
And if it were a whole Florida lobster, you don’t even have claws, just the tail.
When I used to buy Florida (or spiny) lobsters, I would sometimes have the whole bug weighed and then have the counter person separate the tail from the rest of the body and take the tail home because it was sometimes cheaper and fresher to go that route.
My favorites are Narcoossee’s, California Grill, and Flying Fish.
Next would be Artist Point and Yachtsman’s.
Third tier you find Jiko and Brown Derby.
I have no opinion on Citrico’s because I’ve yet to dine there and I personally would prefer to never use my two credits for the luau, CRT, and Hoop Dee Doo; CRT includes the unwanted photo package, and I prefer other entertainment over HDDR or the luau.
At two credits for dinner, I will avoid le Cellier and pay OOP at Schula’s.
By the way, 'Ohana is one credit, not two.