Now I have to be honest with you. I may have first gone to Burger and Lobster back in... May? Well since then I have found several excuses as to why I couldn't review it and would have to go back again. Mainly my rubbish photography. "These pictures are too dark", I'd declare. "I guess I have to go back another time." "I look too silly in this photo, one more trip can't hurt." This has since happened on no less than four occasions.
|THE ANGLE ISN'T RIGHT!!!!|
|Unhelpful comedy photograph.|
|Smiling in too much of an idiotic way|
|This is the time I forgot to take the photo until after I'd eaten it. DOH!|
The truth is I love burger and lobster. Namely the lobster. And perhaps it just feels too indulgent on a Tuesday lunchtime to say "I want to go eat a lobster for lunch,"whereas, "I have to get that review of Burger and Lobster done" sounds better. But at £20 for a whole lobster, this is the best value not-so-little crustacean you are going to get pretty much anywhere.
|I mean this is just silly. *Shakes head*|
|Finally, a perfect shot. Dammit.|
These new restaurants that boast just one or two things on the menu can work really very well for coeliacs. For example, no other fried foods on the menu (such as onion rings), means that there is no cross-contamination in the deep fat frier - so you can guarantee the chips are gluten free.
Next week, I'm going to tell you all about the latest "one (ordinarily expensive) item on the menu at a great price" restaurant, Flatiron. But, you know what? My pictures from the last two trips just weren't good enough, so I think I owe it to you, dear readers, to have another visit first.
Gluten Free Knowledge: ★★★★
Gluten Free Range: ★★★★
Verdict: A bit of crustacean heaven for lobster lovers. And your mate eating the burger will be happy too.