Tuesday, January 24, 2012 - With the lobster roll, which was a very generously stuffed, heaven-sent buttery brioche, my (also American) companion and me looked at each other and said: 'It's good. It's good. But it doesn't taste that much like lobster.' Just why remains a mystery, but at 20 quid, you're getting good value - especially as it all comes with chips and a rather sexy pot of salad. The question of the burger's price tag is resolved, to some degree, by its quality and weight: all grass-fed Irish and corn-fed Nebraskan beef, sans filler, each weighs 10oz. It's a lovely burger, and should be, given its price.