After a number of successful chef collaborations across the pond, Burger & Lobster's is excited to launch their first collaboration dish in New York. Our iconic lobster roll has seen many variations over the decade, and this time it's had the ultimate seafood twist.
In collaboration with chef, food stylist and viral video producer Farideh Sadeghin, Burger & Lobster debuts No Big Dill (NBD), a limited-edition seafood roll.
With a portion of proceeds benefiting non-profit soup kitchen and food pantry CHiPS, No Big Dill features healthy chunks of crab, shrimp and lobster, pickled onions and fresh dill in a butter griddled roll – all generously topped with crushed kettle chips. The No Big Dill ($30) is available for lunch and dinner at both the Bryant Park and Flatiron locations through November 3rd.
No Big Dill (NBD)
A Maryland native, Farideh has fond memories of eating crabs with her family and friends every season. When we tapped her to create a new dish for Fall, she knew she immediately wanted to pull inspiration from her favorite childhood experiences – while utilizing some of her favorite cooking techniques learned over the years as a producer and stylist. The result is Farideh’s creative take on Burger & Lobster’s signature Lobster Roll, served with kettle chips and a lemon wedge. $3 from each roll sold will go to non-profit soup kitchen and food pantry CHiPS, where Farideh volunteers.
On a weekly basis, Farideh volunteers at CHiPS, serving the Park Slope and Gowanus community – and tapped them as her partner in this collaboration. Founded in 1971, CHiPs is on a mission to eliminate food insecurity and homelessness in New York City. The soup kitchen and pantry serves 400+ meals daily, and is a home for expectant single mothers as well.
The No Big Dill ($30) is available for lunch and dinner at both the Bryant Park and Flatiron locations through November 3rd.
Farideh Sadeghin is a chef, food stylist, producer, and freelance writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Farideh grew up in MD before moving to New Zealand to work as a chef and kayak guide. Living in NYC for over 10 years, Farideh was the host of The Cooking Show for MUNCHIES and loves snowboarding, traveling, eating crabs, and watching reruns of The Office. She currently writes for Gothamist, Saveur Magazine, and has a newsletter on Substack where she shares recipes and videos weekly.