October 13, 2018 Paris France Europe

Homer: Paris’ Lobster Roll
Quick Eats


Welcoming: 2/5

Food Temperature: 8/10

Ambiance / Music: 6/10

Menu Choice: 3/5

Food Taste: 21/30

Architecture / Interior: 6/10

Food presentation: 8/10

Service: 3/10

Value for money: 4/10

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Homer claims to serve the best lobster in the world, so let’s try it! Located on Rue Rambuteau, Homer sells lobster rolls, small sized rolls that are far, way far, a million miles away from being the world’s best. Whoever wrote about them didn’t travel, didn’t visit London and had never been to the states or even to Lebanon.


Good food but not the best: Small-sized rolls where the bread takes more than 50% of the portion. Buttery and good quality bread filled with lobster meat. I expected to feel something but I didn’t except the spices. Where’s the lemon, the flavors, the intense flavors and the big chunks of lobster. The crab is also good but the pieces mashed to the extent of not feeling what you’re eating.


Tasty food -but not the world’s best for sure, not the best welcoming, no toilets, bees flying around and a side of chips that’s not worth ordering. Next time I want to enjoy a lobster roll, I’ll travel to the UK.

Suitable For: Quick Eats


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