Burger & Lobster already have two meal kits covering the basics - the lobster roll and the burger (and we were pretty taken with the lobster roll). Now they're putting on something a little fancier - lobster thermidor.
Their Lobster Thermidor Kit is a strictly
One of the very few good things to come out of the lockdowns have been some excellent DIY kits from some of London's best restaurants. We tried out some of the latest...
Next up on the comeback trail following lockdown is Burger and Lobster. They closed down originally just over a month ago, but now they've reopened their flagship Mayfair store (we're yet to hear if any more are due to open).
Obviously it's for delivery only, and while there's a limited menu on offer, Burger & Lobster has always had a limited menu. Right now it's their original burger (£15), the original 1.25lb
If you're in need of something a little comforting after the week of news we've had - then this new burger from Burger and Lobster might do the trick. Their new Lobster Royale burger is a buttermilk-fried Nova Scotian lobster tail, covered in ranch dressing and lobster mayo, with red onion, cucumber pickles, tomatoes, gem lettuce and freshly baked sesame seed brioche.
All that comes with fried for
The Ned has an unlimited Sunday lunch that frankly dwarfs the competition, with unlimited roasts, oysters, lobsters and more. It's already one of the hardest for Londoners to get a table at - so we went to find out why.
Burger and lobster are getting into the Seafood Week spirit with their latest launch. Feeling that a lobster roll alone wasn't quite enough, they've decided to pimp it up with Champagne. So their new special is a lobster roll covered in a Champagne butter sauce.
The whole thing (including fries) costs £25 and is available at all UK Burger and Lobsters now.
Inspired by the recent launch of McDonald's Spicy McNuggets (which are... not that spicy), Burger and Lobster have decided to do their own version. So they're launching Spicy Lobster Nuggets - but you'll have to know how to order them before you can get your hands on them.
They will be offering six lobster nuggets - made with chunks of fresh Atlantic lobster - in a spicy batter and paired with
It had to happen someday - lobster rolls are so hugely popular in London that it was only a matter of time before Pret launched their own version. And now it's finally here - served up in their traditional baguette, not in the brioche roll that you might have expected.
We're told the roll will be "high-quality Maine Lobster, dressed with lemon chilli mayo, crispy cos lettuce and cucumber, all finished with a
Sometimes we get a press release here at Hot Dinners where the only correct response is "I can't even...". That's firmly the category into which today's story from Burger & Lobster falls.
They've installed a £3,000 four poster gold bed in their Soho restaurant. And for two weeks Londoners can book a three-course caviar and lobster dinner on the bed, which they eat while reclining in silk pyjamas.
The meal kicks off with Veuve Cliquot and
Most of you will have heard of the Double Down - the KFC burger where the buns are replaced by two fried chicken breasts with bacon sandwiched in-between. It's not the healthiest snack ever made.
Now Burger and Lobster are about to unveil their luxe alternative - the Double Drown (we see what they've done there). It's described as "strips of thick cut, smoked pork complimented with
BOB's Lobster, best known for their excellent lobster rolls, have parked their street food van right in the middle of their new restaurant. We head along to see what else is on the menu.
Fancy a week of lobster goodness in Fulham this month? Then the team-up between Burger and Lobster and The Little Blue Door (the place that's based on "a fictional flatshare between friends") will be just what you need.
Burger and Lobster will be popping up there for a week (from 18 July) and you'll be able to feel their influence with many new
Bob's Lobster are the latest to graduate from street food markets to a place they can call their own. They're setting up shop in the arches of the fully revamped London Bridge station. And yes, there will be lobster.
Talk about sneaky! Smack Lobster has just opened its second restaurant and this one's in Soho on Dean Street. We haven't been down to the original for a few months, but a look at the menu tweeted by blogger MelissaFoodie today suggests there are some new dishes available here - mainly lobster salads.
The salads cost the same as the lobster roll - £10 - and come in four