36-38 Dean Street, Soho, London, W1D 4PR
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There has been a recent trend in London towards restaurants which specialise in just a few dishes. Burger and Lobster opened their Mayfair branch last December and have bucked the current recession and the received wisdom against opening restaurants in the winter gloom by making so much of a success of it that they've recently opened this Soho branch
Their Mayfair branch was as legendary for...more
Popped in on a Sunday evening after realising the Mayfair original spot wasn't open. Location dependent decision I suppose. Had seen the silly queues outside the Soho branch before but as it was a rainy Sunday we waited 5 mins at the bar before our table was ready. Ended up staying at the bar. Tenders were friendly. Beers were cold.
Basically you are knocking yourself if you don't have a...more
"This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the burger - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the lobster - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes."
Ok, so the choice isn't quite that simple as Burger and Lobster offer lobster sandwiched in a brioche roll, as well as large sharing...more
Two words for this place, simple and hip! Why I say that? Three choices on the menu and all for £20! ( there is an extra fourth option of a bigger lobster if you want to share! you can even go to the tanks and pick out the one you want). In my opinion I wouldn't go for the burger, it really isn't worth £20, the lobster was OK, giving people baby bibs was a nice touch but the star of the show...more
I'm a fan but only for the lobster. At £20, the burger options are overpriced. If you want truly a great burger, go to the Hawksmoor: the best in London. If you want to have great lobster, perfect cooked chips and great vibe, try Burger & Lobster. Besides the food, the service is friendly and fast, the "Sneakers in a cup" makes a great dessert to wrap up dinner and the Soho location lends...more