As Burger & Lobster digs its claws further into the capital, it is wisely sticking with its successful formula. This bustling space right opposite the City’s One New Change development comes with the now-familiar red-leather banquettes and pale-wood decor, while the food offers just three options – all served with chips and salad, and all priced at £20. The burger impresses (as it should, at that price), but crustacea are the real stars: the lobster roll, served in a toasted brioche bun, is a dainty (if rather meagre) delight, although nothing can touch the steamed or char-grilled lobster itself, with pre-cracked claws meaning you won’t have to fight to get at your dinner. Service is friendly, quick and tight, and half the tables are held back for reservations – so no need to leave the office early to snag a seat.
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