Do you remember my Lobster London post, well fast forward to now and 3 new Lobster restaurants have opened in the last few weeks. Here is one of them, Smack Lobster Roll Deli
us cool kids call it SmackLobster, the cooler kids call it Smack
I’m kidding about the last bit, noone calls it Smack, yet.. it will catch on though.. soon
Smack Lobster is the younger sister of Burger & Lobster but specialises only in quality Lobster hence Burgers absence
With a new fast food/fine dining concept. Gourmet food but with a fast food style, from the ordering, tall dining stools and minimal design. Smack Lobster brings something new and interesting to the food scene.
I particularly liked the space and the layout of the restaurant
The menu is short and to the point. A range of their signature lobster rolls influenced from world cuisines, as well as cold, ready prepared whole lobsters. The flavours on offer were, Happy Ending, California, Seven Samurai and Mexican. With sides of courgette fries and lobster chowder
I ordered the Mexican, courgette fries and Lobster chowder. After placing my order, i couldn’t help but follow that sign downstairs
Spoiler Alert! she was actually half naked – but you’d have to go there yourself to see 😉
After exploring the space, it was time to go grab my food which was patiently waiting for my arrival
Couldn’t wait to tuck in !
rich, hot buttered and toasted brioche filled to the brim with large chunks of lobsters and salad. Jalapeños, chipotle mayo, corn, white cabbage
Courgettes coated in Japanese panko breadcrumbs and deep-fried, crispy and completely delicious. These fries warrant a visit to Smack on their own right!
Courgette Fries = Happy Mimi
The bisque too was scrumptious- it was really creamy, tasty, and had little bits of lobster throughout for that extra bite.
ADDRESS:26-28 Binney Street, W1K 5BN CLOSEST TUBE: Bond Street