With several restaurants in London and Cornwall, Wright Brothers is a family business that started selling oysters in 2002. In the historic bustle of the famous market, the Spitalfields restaurant showcases a variety of oysters, as well as a menu of classic and modern British fish and seafood dishes.<br/><br/>A nod to the London tradition of pairing gin with oysters, enjoy a creative cocktail at the central marble bar, or on the heated outdoor terrace.
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Wright Brothers - Spitalfields
8/9 Lamb StreetLondonE1 6EA
A beautiful setting in this Spitalfields branch. As you come in goes right around and you can go for casual seating at the bar there. Sit propped at the bar and take advantage of the happy hour that happens between 3-6pm where oysters are only £1! Awesome deal.more
This is my first review but not my first visit to Wright Brothers. But I have today it's always a pleasure. The staff are friendly , helpful and knowledgeable about all of the wonderful food they serve. If you want fantastic food in a relaxed fun atmosphere this is a must stop location.more
Sadly I never got to taste the food. I walked in on two separate occasions during a day of shopping around Spitalfields and after a few minutes of being completely ignored by both the staff at the raw bar and several waitresses (who only stared blankly at me), I simply turned around and left.
I absolutely cannot stand that type of apathy when there are literally hundreds of restaurants...more
This place is a seafood restaurant that goes beyond the old deep fried. Sure you can get fish and chips but the highlights for me are the small plates and starters. My favourites were a delicious (and huge) scallop, octopus and chorizo (a must try), an amazing warm salmon egg and endive salad and a super fresh cerviche. They also have a couple of 'dressed' oysters that are really refreshingly...more
Really good fresh oysters, had the Irish native oysters from Clarinbridge, lovely, the waiter gave us two jersey oysters to try as a contrast, nice gesture.
We shared a brown Dorset crab which was super tasty, and we were given a very useful master class on how to extract the meat from the main body, really helpful.
We were treated to a tour of the tanks downstairs, amazing, all the...more