Originally a small oyster bar, the restaurant grew in size and reputation through the 50s and 60s. The modern J Sheekey's oyster bar, with its beautiful horseshoe shaped dining counter, has become the perfect spot to drop in for a wide variety of seafood dishes or the famous Sheekey’s fish pie at any time of the day or evening.
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28-32 St Martin's Court
Covent GardenLondonWC2N 4AL
Amazing seafood alert!!!!
I have been on a low fat low carb diet for the last few weeks in order to lose the extra fat i have accumulated by overeating fantastic food. Needless to say, it's quite hard to find a restaurant which fits the diet (and where I would not get tempted by fries or other fried deliciousness).
I went there last week with the BF and we loved it!! We ordered a plateau...more
Excellent service from knowledgeable and attentive staff. No request seemed to be a problem with a dietary need from the table next to me given proper attention. Wheelchair access was not a problem. Water was topped up regularly and there was two types of warm house made bread.
My octopus starter had Spanish flavours and came with soft skin-on red baby potatoes and...more
In this very best seafood restaurant, it re-activated my appetite for the oyster, lobster, mussels and nameless types of shellfish. Before that, I used to believe I had enough with seafood, I simply hate the smell of sea water. I am converted ;)more
The fish stew was lovely. Oysters were fresh. Great bread accompaniment.
It's a bit stuffy, I looked around and everything looked very dignified and stern, but it's a solid place for seafood. Just don't wear your sweats in here.more
Excellent food, though depending where you come from in the world, you may find it a little pricey (especially the oysters, which at almost £4 each, are a little over priced).
Still, exceptionally knowledgable staff, a great selection of fresh fish and seafood, and delicious flavour combinations.
I had the Hake with chorizo and sautéed octopus. Unbelievably good.
The only negative was the...more