Many fell under the spell of Moïse Sfez 's famous lobster roll during the Parisian Omnivore District, the first Food Court made in France installed in the courtyard of the BHV Marais L'Homme.
Since then, many people were waiting for the opening of a real address in the capital. It's now a done deal since Homer Lobster, located at No. 21 rue Rambuteau in the 4th arrondissement, opened its doors in early February 2018.
With the opening of his first restaurant entirely dedicated to lobster roll, Moïse Sfez intends to titillate the taste buds of many Parisians who love chic and gourmet street food.
But what is the Lobster Roll anyway? A blue lobster sandwich that has been successful on the other side of the Atlantic. After being seduced by the concept 8 years ago, Moïse decided to import this famous lobster roll in France, but with a French touch: Breton lobster and French bioche!
At Homer Lobster, customers can enjoy two emblematic recipes: the"classic", with a chopped lobster mixed with a lemon mayonnaise and chives, and the"Connecticut", already a bestseller of the house, in which the lobster is lightly warmed, and seasoned with lemon butter and a secret mix of aromatic herbs. If this last lobster roll is the boss's favorite, it has also become so for us! A real treat!
Recently, Homer Lobster also innovated with a new recipe; the Lobster Roll "Avocado" composed of lobster thus but also of guacamole, lime and spices"Old bay". Here again, the gustatory pleasure is there!
Also on the menu? A lobster grilled-cheese with aged Dutch cheddar, a Crab Roll, or a seaweed salad with lobster.
On the side, Homer Lobster offers excellent homemade chips with truffle or wasabi, or a wakame salad.
For the greediest, there's a delicious homemade Kinder cookie, a nutella brioche, or a peanut butter sandwich with jam.
What's next? Moïse Sfez does not lack ideas in terms of new recipes of Lobster Roll and intends to open other Homer Lobster, in particular in shopping malls or even on the other side of the riverbank, towards the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district!
In the meantime, go to rue Rambuteau to taste the excellent lobster rolls of Moïse Sfez at Homer Lobster!
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Dates and Opening Time
Starts June 2nd, 2020
Homer Lobster Rambuteau
21 Rue Rambuteau
75004 Paris 4
Ouvert 7j/7, en continu, de 12h à 23h - Sur place ou à emporter