Maine-inspired Lobster Kitchen arrives in London

By Carina Perkins contact

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Lobster Kitchen is a new Maine-inspired lobster and seafood restaurant
Lobster Kitchen is a new Maine-inspired lobster and seafood restaurant
Maine-inspired lobster and seafood concept Lobster Kitchen will open on London’s Great Russell Street later this month.

The 570 sq ft, 40 cover Fitzrovia restaurant is being opened by Abigail Tan and Valeria Cinaglia, who have taken inspiration from New England’s lobster shacks.

The menu will focus on lobster rolls made with deep-fried legs, claws and knuckles with a choice of Marie Rose sauce, garlic and parsley butter, sweet chilli sauce and simply dressed with olive oil and chives.

Split lobster tails steamed in white wine will also be available, along with a shrimp roll, split whole lobster, lobster bisque, lobster salad and lobster mac’n’cheese.

All lobster will be sourced from New England and Canada, and the restaurant will feature a shack-like interior with reclaimed wood-panelled wall, recycled buoys and ceiling-suspended lobster traps imported from Maine.

“Serving up the best quality lobster, sourced from both Canada and Maine, Lobster Kitchen will introduce London’s diners to the traditional New England lobster shack experience,” said  Tan.

“The idea is to serve up a luxurious product, in a fun, accessible atmosphere.”

 Lobster Kitchen will open at 111 Great Russell St, London on 28 October

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