The second thing that's changed is stock management, so that would be lobster stock then. What I mean here is that behind the scenes, lobsters are now stored in smaller tanks rather than bigger tanks. None of this will be seen by the diners but at the margin (and I'm guessing here a little bit), it should improve the quality of the lobster.
What has stayed the same however is everything else, that is the three part menu (burger, lobster, lobster roll), the price of £20, great cocktails and the always friendly service. If you find yourself in town with no meal plans but want to grab some food with friends (as was my situation this week), B&L makes it so easy and affordable that it's the obvious choice.
Desserts, which we haven't covered in our previous post are shown below. There are two options, cheesecake or chocolate caramel, and both come in disposable pots and will arrive in minutes if not seconds after ordering (remember, their business model is dependent on turning tables). The desserts are pretty good but are very sweet indeed so be ready for that sugar rush. They're in keeping though with the offering and at £4.50, again, not budget busters.
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