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Touting glamour on a budget, this barnstorming mini chain from the brains behind the Goodman steakhouse group has become a ‘must-try' for London's ever-curious foodies. Each venue delivers exactly what it promises, but banished is the chalk board menu advertising these three things. There are now two varieties of burger, The Mayfair and The Original, starting at a much more agreeable tenner. Lobster-wise,The Original remains intact (but slightly more expensive) and you can now pick your poundage, starting with a new, smaller 500g. Don’t panic, there are still the same buttery, toasted brioche lobster rolls with a lick of wasabi mayo (with chips and salad thrown in). The best advice: go with a couple of friends, order the whole lot and share the spoils – although the burgers in particular can be underwhelming. Service is quick and polished, while the setting is a cool mix of wood panelling, bare brickwork and close-packed tables, with some desirable red leather banquettes thrown in. You can book, but there are always queues anyway.
Ah burger and lobster. When I get a craving for lobster, this is my go-to restaurant. I’ve been here on dates, with friends, with family and everyone seems to like it. Even my dad was impressed and he’s a hard nut to crack. There are only three options on the menu: Grilled/steamed lobster, burger or lobster roll. All with fries and salad for £20. A gloriously simple menu. That said, it doesn’t matter since I always pick the lobster anyway (it’s the whole reason I’m there). I’ve tried the beef burger (best friend and I went halves once) which was nice but not as good as the lobster. Apart from the standard menu, there’s...
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