Nestled in the corner of popular Kingly Court, Wright Brothers Soho offers the very best seafood with an Asian twist and sensational cocktails. Ingredients are lovingly sourced from around the British Isles as well as further afield, via their wholesale business in Billingsgate.
The Wright Brothers menu changes regularly to introduce seasonal highlights, but popular dishes include East Sussex crab with black pepper, almonds and yoghurt, and St. Austell Bay mussels in white wine, shallots and parsley. A dedicated seafood and platter menu offers a selection of British and French oysters, alongside seafood platters featuring the freshest shellfish.
The drinks menu at Wright Brothers showcases an array of cocktails, beers and specialist spirits. The restaurant’s sleek modern décor provides the perfect backdrop.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner with £1 oysters available from 3-6pm daily. Wright Brothers Soho is located just off Carnaby Street in Kingly Court. Both Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus tube stations are a 5-minute walk away.
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- al fresco (10)
- business (15)
- child friendly (2)
- dinner (51)
- entertainment (4)
- large parties (8)
- lunch (34)
- luxury (5)
- private dining (10)
- romantic (20)
- trendy (25)
- value (9)
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19 February 2020
Excellent service and food
26 October 2019
Good service, good food and cozy on a rainy afternoon best but for me was the tempura miso oysters
25 September 2019
Fish and seafood restaurant in which we enjoyed dinner of mussles followed by whole plaice.... Yum !! Lovely ambiance. Super staff. Excellent flavourful food.
24 September 2019
I know three of the Wrights Oyster Bars reasonably well. They are all quite different. Borough Market, always jammed with customers sitting at the bar and cooking area and parties sharing long tables, dim lighting and an emphasis on oysters. Spitalfields - large open, long banquette seating, very City. Finally my lunch yesterday - 24 September. Two entrances: the one from Kingly Street and a foyer where names can be checked against the reservation list and then into a large comfortable restaurant. But the other entrance is from Carnaby Street, can I say funky? It’s a bar with seating at it and a number of small tables. Have a glass of wine and six oysters, just a coffee, no problem. The menus vary as well, Kingly Street - the one I went to - is a tapas style with ‘small plates’ and plenty of oyster dishes. I love them all, because they have three things in common: ever changing menus; the best and freshest of ingredients; and brilliant staff, knowledgeable and friendly.
14 December 2018
Great atmosphere, great service, great oyster deal. Wine a little pricey.
18 November 2018
Plaice was delicious, as were oysters and dessert.
27 October 2018
Great service, great food
20 October 2018
Excellent food and service
14 October 2018
Actually super and lovely
13 September 2018
On entering the staff were polite attentive and once our order was given gave some good advice which we accepted. This enhanced our experience greatly. I would definitely recommend the mussels (to share) as suggested.
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