I was really excited when I learnt that Burger & Lobster was going to set up its first Singapore outlet in Jewel Changi Airport. Most Singaporeans were anticipating Burger & Lobster simply because of its popularity but I had a more personal reason.
SANDEMANs NEW Europe Free Tour of London ended in Parliament Square. I was famished after all that walking so I decided to treat myself to a good lunch. A quick search on Google showed me some interesting lunch spots, one of which was Burger & Lobster’s outlet on Dean Street. It was a short walk from Parliament Square and it was highly recommended on TripAdvisor. I had the Lobster Roll and it was simply fantastic.
Now that Burger & Lobster has finally come to Singapore, I wanted to see if it lives up to my memory.
Located in the Canopy Park on level 5 of Jewel Changi Airport, Burger & Lobster is right in front of the escalator.
Tables and chairs are spaciously scattered around the countertop, making you feel as if you are really dining in a garden complete with air-conditioning.
Most of the items on the menu are the same as what you will find in London outlets. There is a special Sambal-Glazed Lobster [S$65] that is only available at the Jewel Changi Airport outlet.
There are only 2 starters available at Jewel Changi Airport outlet as compared with the 8 starters I saw in the Dean Street outlet.
I really loved the Crispy Calamari [£7.50] I had in Burger & Lobster (Dean Street) but I guess I won’t be able to have it in the Singapore outlet.
You can also find their full food menu on their website.
This is the same Original Roll [S$40] that I ordered in Burger & Lobster (Dean Street) and even the price is the same. I personally feel that this is so much better than just Original Lobster [S$65]. The wild live Canadian lobster are shelled and tossed with Burger & Lobster’s signature lemon & garlic butter. Sandwiched in a warm and fluffy toasted brioche roll, it hits all the right spots.
Burger & Lobster offers both alcoholic and non-alcoholics drinks.
DanielFoodDiary recommended this B&L Pineapple Iced Tea [S$9] which comes in a take-away plastic bag hung on a metal stand which is really cute. A mixture of black tea, pineapple, lemon and palm sugar, this cold sweet and tangy drink has a tropical feel to it.
Yes! Burger & Lobster has opened another outlet at the iconic Raffles Hotel. I won’t have to go all the way to Jewel Changi Airport for Burger & Lobster anymore. I am going to try their burgers and I will write another review on that.
Till then, folks!
Burger & Lobster (Jewel Changi Airport)
Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, Jewel Changi #05-203, Singapore 819666
Telephone: (walk-in only, no reservations)
Opening Hours: Sunday – Thursday (including Public Holidays) 10am – 12am; Friday – Saturday and Eve of Public Holiday 9am – 1am
Burger & Lobster (Raffles Hotel)
Address: 328 North Bridge Road, Singapore 288719
Telephone: +65 69716127
Opening Hours: Sunday – Wednesday 11am – 11pm, Thursday- Saturday 11am – 12am