The chain made its debut in Singapore in May with the opening of an 81-cover site on the top floor of the Jewel Changi Airport development.
Situated at the newly reopened Raffles Arcade hotel, the second Singapore restaurant will be three times larger than the first and feature an outdoor bar.
There will also be an ‘eclectic’ fresh seafood counter, which will serve an assorted seafood platter of freshly shucked oysters, poached tiger prawns, half lobsters and more to share for £35 per person.
“Our arrival at Jewel in May has earned us incredible support and recognition that we are immensely grateful for, says Misha Zelman, owner of Burger & Lobster.
“With the second opening, we want to offer local diners and global travellers a completely different experience – one that aligns with the sophistication of Raffles Hotel and yet retains all that is quintessentially Burger & Lobster.”
Earlier this year Burger & Lobster, which opened its first site in Mayfair in 2011, said it was planning further openings worldwide – including in the United States and Asia – following “better than expected” trading last year.
The group recovered from a £10m loss in 2016 to post a £2.4m profit in 2017. During the full year to 2017 the company closed four UK restaurants to focus on London and international growth.
Burger & Lobster said in 2018 that it is now using London as a “test kitchen” for concepts it can roll out overseas.
In June Smack Lobster Roll, the ‘informal’ spin-off concept owned by the group, transitioned solely to an online operation.