Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House


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Venue details

  • Address:

    Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House 11 Stoney Street
    SE1 9AD

  • Venue phone:

    020 7403 9554

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  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served noon-3pm Mon-Fri; noon-4pm Sat. Dinner served 6-10pm Mon-Sat

  • Transport:

    Tube: London Bridge tube/rail

  • Price:

    Main courses £7.30-£25.50

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Laura Parsons

I've just had a lovely evening at Wright brothers, first time I had eaten in the evening and I will be back. The staff were very friendly, the oysters. squid and crab was delicious. I would highly recommend it.


Vibrant and charming this is an ideal place to bring your best friend, add it to your wish list for romatic night out or just enjoy an oyster plate with a perfect glass of vino solo at the bar! I love it!

John Gledhill

Went to the Wright Bros at Stoney Street yesterday - and so glad I did. It was immediately obvious that this is one of the few establishments that manage to balance catering in a packed venue with limited space, without conveying any feeling of discomfort or stress. The chefs are almost a side show in themselves, never time to lift their eyes from the food preparation counter creating a mini- theatre of constant movement and each attentive to their own tasks, strangely I found the most compelling was the deft constant opening of oysters by one of the chefs . The helpful waitresses who, whilst serving other stables, found find time to answer our questions on one of the dishes, all added to the occasion. My meal, a fish pie with smoked haddock and salmon under a creamy potato topping, perfectly crisped, was cooked to perfection and piping hot served with a side salad of cherry tomatoes with shallots all washed down with a crisp surprisingly good bottle of Chenin Blanc . My friend enjoyed a dish of sea trout and cucumber, shrimps and new potatoes; fresh and mouth-watering. We both had crème brulèe to finish, light and with just the right depth of caramelized topping and not in an oversized dish either. I just had time to notice that other diners were clearly enjoying their dishes. A happy bustling place and one that I hope to return to shortly.


Excellent atmosphere and we were looked after brilliantly by Simon who was very informative about the dishes and was very attentive and enthusiastic about the restaurant. Food was delicious.