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A delicious combo of carbs and crustacean – the Betty’s Burgers Lobster Roll is back!

A delicious combo of carbs and crustacean – the Betty’s Burgers Lobster Roll is back!

When one thinks of lobster, our minds tend to visualise multiple zeros on the end of the bill and a long and tedious time spent cracking claws. Well, we have news of crustacean proportions – Betty’s Burgers & Concrete Co. has taken all the work out of this sumptuous seafood delicacy, with the return of its much-loved Lobster Roll!


After a selling out across stores in 2019 in less than a week, the team at Betty’s have promised this time round its limited-edition Lobster Roll should last a little longer (fingers crossed). Served full to the brim with fresh premium lobster meat from the Canadian Atlantic Ocean, the Lobster Roll is topped with Betty’s special mayonnaise, shallots, chives, fresh lemon and a hint of spice and served in a warm melt-in-your-mouth buttery bun. Sided with delicious crispy French Fries, this feed from under the sea will set you back only $23.

Now is not the time to be a hermit! Head to any Betty’s restaurant from Thursday February 13 and get your hot little hands around a mouth-watering Lobster Roll and side of French Fries before they run out.

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