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Indulge your taste buds at J Sheekey. Start with some caviar or French and Irish oysters, followed by one of their main courses that gives a modern twist to traditional English favorites. Dishes on their menu include fish pies, salmon fishcakes with sorrel sauce on a bed of spinach, and a risotto of Scottish girolles. This restaurant also makes an exquisite after-theater treat, and desserts like Scandinavian iced berries with white chocolate sauce are indescribably good.
Set up in 1916, this traditional seafood and oyster bar is redolent of class and the glory days of yore. Settle into a private booth amid wood paneling and bay windows, and start with lobster soup, crack open a crab, slip down a few oysters, or daintily tuck into a dish of succulent sea bass. Even after Richarg Corrigan bought over Bentley's in 2005, they still offer the real eclectic catch from different types of caviar to comfort classics like cod and chips, there are also lunch and dinner menus that represent very good value. Alternatively, you can eat at the bar. Timings differ for the oyster bar and the grill so check website.
This upscale Mayfair brasserie has a stylish ambiance and is a great eatery frequented by both locals and visitors alike. The split-level restaurant is airy and rather posh, while the basement bar comes straight out of a Graham Greene novel. The restaurant specializes in seafood and meat dishes and also has an oyster and champagne bar. In warmer weather, it is the perfect place to enjoy fresh oysters here or munch on a salad. Menu items include the Seared Sea Bass, Bannockburn Rib Steak, Fillet of John Dory and more. Though ties are not required, diners are expected to be smartly dressed.
In the heart of Marylebone Village, Trishna's innovative blend of West Indian, gourmet seafood has been creating a stir since the doors opened in November 2008. The restaurant front opens into a contemporary, alfresco ambiance with a marble and smoked oak offset color palette created by specialist designers. The menu contains unusual concoctions of coastal ingredients delightfully spiced with skill and presented with panache. Fennel gives the peppery, dorset brown crab and Aylesbury duck a British twist, while tiger prawns with peanuts and lobster with chilli oil are quintessential options if your feeling flamboyantly traditional.
Outlaw's Seafood & Grill at The Capital primarily focuses on Cornwall's local seafood. You will be serenaded by the delicious, fresh seafood like Cornish crab on toast, roasted brill on-the-bone and whole Port Isaac lobster. With subtle yet exquisite decor and faultless service, it is a choice location for both business and social occasions. Private dining rooms are also available.
Located within one of London's best shopping districts, Borough Market, Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House is one of the best seafood restaurants in London. The peaceful atmosphere of the restaurant is your best refuge while strolling along the crowded streets of the market. A wide variety of finger-licking French oysters and prawns along with a range of wines and stouts is what you will find here. The comfortable seating arrangement and gallant views of the market outside provide for a great meal with friends or alone. Grab a quick bite of the steaming hot and delectable grills while strolling around the bustling Borough Market streets.