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Restaurant Near The National Gallery London

If you are trying to find the best restaurants near the National Gallery in London, then Burger & Lobster is just the place for you.

Our restaurants serve juicy Nebraskan beef burgers and fresh Atlantic lobsters that you can enjoy just around the corner from the famous art gallery.

The National Gallery, London is home to one of the best painting collections in the world. The gallery was founded in 1824 and has paintings that date back to the mid-13th century. It is free to visit the gallery and tickets can be booked online.

We are perfectly located near the famous gallery; so whether you are popping in to see the stunning collection, commuting past, working near or you living near the area come and see why we are one of the best places to eat near the National Gallery.

Where Is National Gallery London?

The National Gallery is located in Trafalgar Square in the City of Westminster in Central London. It is also next to the National Portrait Gallery and near Leicester Square. The gallery is easy to get to with Charing Cross Station just around the corner.

We have two restaurants near the National Gallery. Our closest restaurant is Burger & Lobster Leicester Square which is just a 3 minute walk away. Our next closest restaurant is Burger & Lobster Soho, which is slightly further away but can be reached in a 7 minute walk. Both are ideally located if you are looking for a filling meal at a restaurant near the National Gallery.

Home To A Stunning Collection Of Art

The National Gallery contains over 2,300 works with many famous pieces residing at the famous art gallery. Some of the famous works include Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait and Turner's Fighting Temeraire. The collection includes pieces of work from the 13th century all the way up to the 20th century. Throughout the year the venue also hosts a variety of exhibitions and events for guests to enjoy.

The Best Food Near National Gallery London

We know that we are up there when it comes to the best places to eat near the National Gallery. Our tasty menu is crafted around two key ingredients that we have perfected over the years - juicy Nebraskan beef burgers and wild, fresh Atlantic lobsters.

If you are a burger lover then there is no better choice of restaurants near National Gallery than Burger & Lobster. You can keep things fairly simple with our Original Burger which is a juicy 8oz Nebraskan beef patty topped with lettuce, tomato pickles, onions as well as our secret burger sauce or if you are feeling adventurous then we have plenty of exciting burgers on the menu such as the B&L Beast Burger. The B&L Beast Burger combines our juicy beef burgers with our fresh lobster under a tasty burger bun - perfect for those who want the best of both worlds. We also have a vegan burger option, the No Bull Burger, which is packed with vegan friendly ingredients.

For the lobster lovers we have plenty of options for you too! Whether you fancy a whole lobster, cooked grilled or steamed, served with clarified butter or lemon and garlic butter or maybe you fancy one of our famous lobster rolls? We have got you covered. If you are after something a bit different then our Lobster Royale could be the choice for you! Tuck into buttermilk-fried lobster tail, lobster mayo, herb ranch dressing and salad in our brioche bun.

If you are stuck between choosing a burger or lobster dish then feast your eyes on our combos. Our combos combine land and sea on one plate so you can get the full Burger & Lobster experience. Whether you want a lobster roll with a burger, a whole lobster with a burger or all three - there is a combo for you!

The Perfect Spot For Lunch Or Brunch

If you are looking for the best lunch and brunch near the National Gallery then our Lunch menu is what you are searching for. Served Monday - Friday between 12pm and 4pm our lunch menu consists of tasty dishes that are the perfect midday treat. From British Beef Burgers to Half Lobsters - our lunch menu has something for everyone to enjoy.

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