Nestled in the corner of Kingly Court, Wright Brothers Soho is an all-day seafood restaurant. Head chef Sasha Ziverts' menu features modern fish and seafood dishes with an occasional Asian twist. Build your own fruits de mer or sample the wide variety of oysters served naked or dressed, sourced from their own Duchy Oyster Farm in Cornwall, as well as further afield from the British Isles, France and Canada. Meat eaters are also catered for and vegetarian options are always available.<br/><br/> Ideally located for the theatres, Wright Brothers serve a range of 'surf boards' that are perfect for a quick lunch and pre-theatre dining (Monday to Saturday).
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Wright Brothers Soho
13 Kingly StreetSohoLondonW1B 5PP
The seafood platter was terrific and had we stopped there, I would have given a solid 4 stars but unfortunately for us we also ordered other items on their menu. The tuna sashimi, salmon sashimi, and lobster salad came with a very sweet dressing. So sweet, it completely bludgeoned the delicate flavours of the seafood components. I really wish we just continued with a second platter of fresh...more
Easy to find in a very busy Soho, with two entrances from either side. There are signs of happy hour £1 oysters but the menu prices for dinner are far from that value. We went for a platter as there were 5 of us eating. We worked our way through prawns, razor clams, mussels, winkles, oysters (of course). The platter itself was good, but with the flavours reliant on the sauces we had to also...more
very nice oyster especially cumbrae from scotland. 33gbp is a valuable price. We can test 6 kind of oysters once. That's great.
And everybody should try beef kikita as well. A kind of beef with blood, but it's fabulous.more
I came for a half dozen oysters at happy hour...
Oyster happy hour is 3pm-6pm daily, oysters are £1 each. I sat outside facing the communal seating area inside Kingly Court.
Oysters were tasty, but the abductor muscles had been left attached so some butchery was necessary to free the little buggers from their shells. Simple dressings of fresh lemon and mignonette were plentiful.