Free lobster rolls next Tuesday!

Love a bit of luxury? Lobster Kitchen is giving away free lobster rolls next Tuesday to celebrate the opening of its new restaurant!

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The first 300 people through the new shiny doors of Lobster Kitchen will be the proud owner of a lobster roll.

Where? Great Russell Street, Fitzrovia, just around the corner from Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street. The 40-cover restaurant will tell diners the story of the sea’s sexiest shellfish – from shore to supper.

You’ll find Lobster served in every way you can imagine – stuffed into five luxurious lobster rolls ranging from garlic and parsley butter to sweet chilli with a splash of spicy fish sauce; mac n’ cheese; melt-in-your-mouth lobster tails; swimming in a block rockin’ bisque and simmered whole in white wine.

Sides include pickles, corn and deep fried clams, and shrimp roll.

Stay tuned to the Lobster Kitchen Facebook page for details on when the Lobster will be waking up!

Missed the boat for free lobster rolls? Cheer up because there is also a special treat for those signing up to the website (to be put into action soon!) offering 50% off food, valid 28 October – 28 November 2014.


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