Burger & Lobster is an American restaurant.
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Venue Details & Map
Burger & Lobster Soho
36-38 Dean StreetSohoLondonW1D 4PR
- +44 (0)20 7432 4800
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
Hey, hey, looks who's about two years behind everyone else? Well, what can I say, I'm skeptical.
Why? Because I've never believed that you're going to get your money's worth in a place like this. How could they make a profit selling a decent sized lobster for £20? Well, it's a question I solved last night.
We waited an hour and a half to get a table here. It's such a tourist place,...more
Burger and Lobster is undeniably the most talked about restaurant amongst our friends and colleagues and so we were curious to find out what this hype is all about.
But the funny thing is when we were hanging out in Soho, Mayfair on a Wednesday afternoon. we consequently walked pass this restaurant, It almost felt like we were destined to dine there.
Although we didn't make any reservations...more
After many weeks of avoiding this place because of the crazy queue, we decided to come super early in hopes of grabbing a table! Note to everyone... There is no such thing as no wait at this branch. We came at 5pm and had to wait over an hour for our table, but the nice thing is that they take down your number so you can pop on over to a nearby pub for a drink!
The restaurant is spacious but...more
The world's simplest menu comes to London. You want food? £20, sir! Would you like an overpriced burger, an inexpensive lobster or an equally inexpensive lobster roll? The answer is yes. I would like all of the above.
The burger is a pretty standard burger. It's really nothing special. It's not bad but it's not the star of the show here (it feels like blasphemy to talk of a burger like that....more
My friend in London is always talking about Burger and Lobster, so when I was visiting last weekend I jumped at the chance to go.
There are 6 B&L restaurants to choose from in London - we happened to stumble across the Soho branch and I am very glad I did.
Arriving there at 5pm, there was a small queue of people waiting for tables - and after being told there would be a 30 - 40 minute wait...more