Burger and Lobster is one of the most genius restaurants I’ve been to in a very long time. I have nothing but great things to say about this place. Yippie, I think I have a kinda-sorta almost favorite new restaurant.
Okay, to start everything, as in all meals, on the menu is $20. This makes things so easy. The menu is super simple. There’s burgers or lobsters and that’s pretty much it, there’s your menu in a nutshell. With each meal, there’s a side of fries and a salad that comes with it. The salad and fries are delish. The burger is so juicy and the lobster…Oh my, I love seafood, so this is a win for me any day, but the butter sauce they give to go with the lobster is so tasty.
The dessert, I wasn’t too keen about, I had Greek vanilla yogurt and it was okay. Drinks are reasonably priced at $12. The service was fantastic. The decor is industrial, really high ceilings and hanging lamps along the bar. Also, there’s a huge tank filled with lobsters when you first walk in, poor little things 😦
Overall, I had an excellent experience here and I am looking forward to coming here again, and again!
“When the moon hits your eyes like a big pizza pie that’s Amore” -Dean Martin
I loved the food in Europe and looked forward to it as well. To be honest I was a little disappointed in Italy’s food. Maybe I didn’t go to the right restaurants, so please don’t hold this statement against me on my next visit, but I really expected Italian food to be orgasmic and it was blah! Italian pizza is actually delightful though. We drank wine a lot with our dinner. When in Europe…do what the Europeans do was our motto and they love wine!
How we chose restaurants? At random. If the price was right we ate there. If not, we kept moving and literally walked around until we could all agree on a reasonably priced restaurant who’s menu accommodated all of our taste buds. I think we only ate at McDonald’s once, and that was a snack. We tried to indulge in the delicacies of each of the countries as much as possible.