Work in progress
Burger and Lobster is one of the most successful restaurant concepts for the past few years, the idea of serving lobsters at affordable prices became a big hit to Londoners and now it has become a mini chain with more openings underway. Almost two years on, finally we have other businesses who would like to take a share of the popular formula. Lobster Kitchen, a new New England inspired lobster joint aims to provide American style lobster with a few innovative twists along the way.
|lobster menu and cook book|
|lobster roll: Zesty blend of sweet chilli & spicy fish sauce|
|whole lobster boiled in a white wine and celery stock|
|lobster mac and cheese|
I was lucky enough to have a 50% off discount on the day, without it it would have cost me almost £40 which was far too expensive given the quality of the food and the portion size. To sum it up, it is a great concept but Lobster Kitchen so far has yet to execute it properly and really should get its act together in order to provide good value for its customers, otherwise just the "lobster" bandwagon alone will not be enough to retain customers once the launch hype dies down.
What I paid:
£38 per head
Average cost without drinks and services:
111 Great Russell Street, WC1B 3NQ.