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Wright Brothers Soho

13 Kingly Street, G7-8 Kingly Court, London, W1B 5BW

(((() Fish & Seafood
Main course: £20
Food spend: £40
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00

The food was really fresh, the service really good and the ambiance perfect.

Ian Boulton 20 September 2016
from London

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Nestled in the corner of popular Kingly Court, Wright Brothers Soho serves a modern menu of fish and seafood dishes with Asian touches. Ingredients are lovingly sourced from around the British Isles as well as further afield, with fresh oysters coming direct from their own oyster farm in Cornwall.

The Wright Brothers Soho menu offers Asian small plates, dressed oysters and creative fresh fish dishes, as well as options for meat-eaters and vegetarian diners. Try roast Dorset cod fillet with samphire, leeks and girolles, grilled skate wing with chilli jam, or the decadent ribeye steak with grilled lobster, garlic butter and fries. Amongst the flavour-rich small plates, find chargrilled chilli prawns, salmon ceviche, and burrata with aubergine caviar.

The drinks menu at Wright Brothers in London showcases an array of glamorous cocktails, beers and specialist spirits. The restaurant’s sleek modern décor provides the perfect backdrop.

Wright Brothers Kingly Court is located just off Carnaby Street in Soho. Both Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus tube stations are a 5-minute walk away.

Wright Brothers Soho

13 Kingly Street, G7-8 Kingly Court, London, W1B 5BW

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Customer reviews for Wright Brothers Soho

4.4 (((() (based on 31 reviews)
93% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (27)
  • lunch (15)
  • romantic (12)
  • trendy (11)
  • business (9)
  • large parties (5)
  • private dining (5)
  • value (4)
  • al fresco (3)
  • luxury (3)
  • entertainment (2)
  • child friendly (1)
  • (((** 19 March 2017 by Ian Welham from Maidenhead

    The restaurant is situated in a great location close to the vibrant atmostmphere of the West end & Theater district. It's a nice restaurant with a wide selection of different fish dishes & overall quality was very good. Few downsides being (1) tables are incredibly small & packed very closely together (2) service is not up to the standards you would come to expect from a top-end restaurant (3) reasonable selection of wines by excessively priced

  • ((((* 31 December 2016 by Mirella from London

    Excellent in every way. All dishes are carefully made combining great ingredients. The upper sitting area is my personal favorite. Especially the couch corner. What we really didn't appreciate is that waiters are over you almost all the time, this doesn't give you the freedom to choose when you want your glass filled up and you end up thanking them, talking to them, explaining to them that you like the food etc more than you do with your company. They are polite but I think a bit too much. We would appreciate some personal space during our diner.

  • ((((* 24 October 2016 by Vanessa Bennett from Croydon

    Food was tasty, extremely pleasant and knowledgeable server. Restaurant was very accommodating to us having to change our booking time twice (!).
    Pity the menu wasn't more extensive

  • ((((( 20 September 2016 by Ian Boulton from London

    The food was really fresh, the service really good and the ambiance perfect.

  • ((((* 27 August 2016 by Mike Riley from London

    when we arrived they didn't have our reservation

  • ((((( 8 August 2016 by Ewa Stafin from Braintree

    Perfect food. Excellent service. Very good place

  • ((((* 31 July 2016 by Sofia Poni from London

    The food at weight brothers was delicious! In particular the tuna tartare is highly recommended! The atmosphere and service were great too. It's quite expensive, but worth it!

  • (((** 19 July 2016 by Aoife Mcmahon from London

    I've been to Wright's a few times for oysters and Prosecco and always enjoyed it. It functions well as an oyster bar, but as a place for dinner it was disappointing. I won't be back. The dishes are expensive and come with garnish rather than sides. My fish was presented well, but then taken by the waitress to be filleted, after she had finished with the table next to us. This was a long fiddly process which involved dismantling my dinner and giving it back to me rather cold. This really could have been done in the kitchen. My Chardonnay was good but my partner's Syrah lacked body and taste. He had a nice cut of steak, but with no sauce offered - again it was overpriced for what it was. With 6 oysters but no coffee or dessert our bill came to £110.
    On a positive note the service was great and the staff are all lovely.
    The front part of the restaurant was draughty and a little uncomfortable so we moved to the back section which is cosy and has a good atmosphere.

  • ((((* 18 July 2016 by Ian Boulton from London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

    This was not my first visit and I have been to other Wright Brothers restaurants.

    One of my first choices for informal dining. I was lucky this time that it was a sunny warm day and so could eat outside - which is a rare and wonderful thing in London.

    The shellfish (my favourite) is just exactly what it says - not fancy cooking, just finest quality fresh and simply lovely, and not bettered anywhere I know. The house platter with (the perfectly chilled) white wine is the perfect sharing food for two (or a feast for one!). My only advice is don't lay into the lovely bread too fast - save some space!

  • ((((* 16 July 2016 by Michael Parri-hughes from London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

    The restaurant sits in the pedestrianised Kingly Street, is spread over three floors with the rear of the premises opening into an open area shared by a number of food outlets which surround the court.

    The bar area where I ate was busy and noisy with a diverse clientele and the staff were busy but always attentive.

    The fish was what you would expect from Wright Brothers, beautifully fresh and perfectly cooked - or marinated as was the case with my salmon. For mains I had cuttlefish which was a first for me. I think I prefer octopus. I skipped pud but had a cocktail named Mozart's requiem. I really should have asked why.

    My only criticism was to see that my two favourites were missing: no whitebait and no squid. Why was that? Otherwise bliss - oh, and lots of rose.

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