Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00Monday: 12:00 - 22:30Tuesday: 12:00 - 22:30Wednesday: 12:00 - 22:30Thursday: 12:00 - 22:30Friday: 12:00 - 23:00Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00
Burger & Lobster was founded in 2011 with the idea of going back to basics of a restaurant culture where craftsman offered only a few items that they were known for. The Burger & Lobster craftsmanship is exactly that. The Burger is made with highest quality natural beef and the Lobster is sustainable live lobster. Each dish is one price surrounded with good people and good energy.This forward thinking idea, was accepted by people that loved the affordable luxury of a lobster combined with a high-end Burger and the irony of combining two opposite ingredients and making them equal.
Nice restaurant just off a busy street. Great food, nice atmosphere, good selection of drinks. This place is called Burger & Lobster, and that's exactly what they serve. It's a good thing. Big juicy burger, delicious fresh lobster. It was very enjoyable.
Really nice place, not a big menu, but they have exactly what you came for. Their lobster is tasty, my favorite grilled lobster with a small burger.
Their service is really fast, even in peak times .
A restaurant worth to check out.
Amazing experience here. Went for the half lobster half burger option (£36) and it was incredibly filling - the grilled lobster was amazing and the burger was juicy! We also got £5 mocktails and calamari. The service was very speedy and waiters were friendly and attentive. Would 100% recommend.
Excellent service & good food. They served a good pint of IPA and an excellent lobster & beef burger. Would recommend as a good place to eat with friends after work. Toilets were clean.
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I have been to a few burger & lobsters in London and have previously always had good food and service. This missed the mark on both counts. Quiet Monday evening, maybe 25% full:
- Lobster arrived lukewarm, as though it has been sitting out for a while. Same for the fries.
- The rude (bald, tattoos on both arms) waiter was astonishingly unobliging. We asked for one of their non-alcoholic drinks without ice and were told "we don't do that." Assured him we didn't need more liquid, happy for a smaller glass, but no ice please. "If you don't want ice you can order a coke." Explained yet again that isn't what we want to order, we don't want a cold drink. "The drink is presented this way, with ice." Very frustrating.
- Butter-serving gravy boat under the table when we arrived.
Don't bother with this one. Soho, the City or elsewhere in the West end are much better branches.