Burger And Lobster Dubai launching next week in DIFC

Time Out Dubai has information on Burger And Lobster Dubai launching next week in DIFC. Also see pictures of menu options at the new restaurant from London

All the way back in August we told you Burger And Lobster would be opening its doors in Dubai.

Now we can reveal the restaurant will be ready for punters this month.

This weekend the global brand announced that February 17 is the big day we’ll finally be able to get our hands on and teeth into their famously big buns.

The crustacean invasion will take place inside Burj Daman in DIFC, with Atlantic lobster and big flavour corn-fed Nebraskan beef making up the offerings.

One menu will include three items, their soft lobster rolls, blow-out-the-diet 10oz burgers and, lobster in its shell.

None of which would be a complete meal without some crisp fries.

In May, the chain opened its seventh London spot with a spectacular launch party that saw people queuing for hours in the rain just to get in and New York welcomed it early last year.

Time Out London observed about Burger And Lobster Mayfair: It’s "probably London's cheapest lobster in one of London's priciest areas - and no stinting on quality... the lobster (boiled, grilled or in a brioche roll with mayonnaise) was a fresh, quality specimen, perfectly cooked – and tasted divine dipped in drawn butter."

Since the end of last year fans of the brand have been using their social media pages in an attempt to find out where the branch would be launching and exactly when.

Now all that’s left to do is it sit back and get excited for next Wednesday.

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