Believe it or not. The best “Lobster Roll” in the world is French and its setting is in a street-food corner shop at the heart of be Marais. To be tested urgently.
And with reason: the sandwich of Parisian Moïse Sfez won the World Championship of Lobster Rolls, better known under the name of Down East Lobster Roll World Championship and who eliminated all the competitors of New England. Another proof of the “flourishing” French-style!
Small factual reminder. The Lobster Roll is a nautical cult sandwich that comes from the state of Maine, comprising a small brioché bread stuffed with lobster.
The big winner? The “Connecticut”. Lobster from Brittany served warm, with lemon butter and a mixture of secret herbs—all served in a buttered and toasted small bread imagined by baker Thierry Racoillet.
We like: testing his other divine recipes such as the classic, served with a house mayo and small herbs or the avocado version … to be enjoyed with truffled or wasabi chips and a divine lemonade. Miam.
Formula: Lobster + Chips + Beverage = 21 euros
Open every day from 12 p.m to 23 p.m
Also discover “Les Pinces”, the “duomaniac” New York-style bistro that twists the steak-house and the lobster bar.