Generous amount of lobster in the lobster roll, claw meat and tail, firm and fairly tender, barely dressed, perhaps a tiny gloss of oil or butter at the most, dotted with herbs. The lobsters seem big, perhaps North American? The buns are split top, like the ones in Boston, but are brioche based instead of the American white bread variety. Pretty good on the whole and reasonably priced at £11 each.
Lobster mac and cheese is actually macaroni pasta with a cheese sauce, rather than the baked American dish. Pleasant sauce, and fairly cheesy, with a few good sized chunks of lobster, topped with crispy onions for a great textural contrast. Not bad for £8 (iirc).