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Wright Brothers Soho

Restaurants, Seafood Soho
4 out of 5 stars
(9user reviews)
Wright Brothers Soho, Oxford street restaurants
Jitka Hynkova

Time Out says

This second branch of Wright Brothers reopened in March 2014 following a major refurbishment. It now has a new head chef as well as a new look. Having previously worked at Eight over Eight head chef Sasha Ziverts has introduced a seafood menu featuring Asian twists. Dishes include Salmon ceviche, roasted skate wing with chilli jam and whole black pepper crab.



Address: Kingly Court
13 Kingly Street
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus
Price: Main courses £11-£32
Opening hours: Mon-Sat noon-11pm; Sun noon-10pm
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.9 / 5

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 An Oyster bar in Soho that's reasonably priced with good quality food. The cod cheeks with green sauce and chilli jam was lovely, as were the potatoes with chorizo and red onion. Very moreish. It's a fairly small space so do book ahead, and then you can go out to one of the many bars nearby around Kingly Street!


Nice restaurant inside on the upper floor. I would only come here if you can dine in the restaurant or have drinks in summer at the tables that are on Kingly St. Not sure what the hype is with the seafood. We had quite a range from monkfish, squid, cuttlefish, oysters, prawns. None of it was bad, but just not amazing which is what I would expect from a restaurant known for the seafood. I must say the oysters were great however! And the service was wonderful.


What a great happy hour deal! £1 for 1 oyster, so my friend and I got a dozen to share. They were super fresh, tasted really good on its own, with lemon juice, with some onion and vinegar, and with tabasco. All around delicious oysters! We also had the Shelled Fish, which came in a deliciously creamy gravy, which was perfect to dip our baguette into. The Squid Tempura was pretty good but ordinary in comparison to the other dishes we ordered. To go along with the food, we each had a cocktail and a glass of prosecco. These were perfect accompaniments to the food because the cocktails weren't too sweet and the prosecco had a good fizz to it. 

In terms of service, it was rather slow for 5pm on a Friday and the seats on the inside of the restaurant weren't that packed. It also took them at least 15 minutes to make our dessert, which was caramelised figs with pistachio crumble - this was very underwhelming and not impressive at all. A let down to such a great meal. 

I ate at Wright Brothers Battersea.

My fiancé and I ate here a few weeks ago, we both got food poisoning from. When we reported the food poisoning we were asked to go to our GPS to get stool samples tested.

My NHS GP was not happy to undertake stool samples for companies food hygiene checks and my fiancée’s GP did not have the facilities to do so. We asked if they would recommend a private go and they said that they could not.

The meal was £150 which was not refunded.


Great little seafood place in the corner of kingly court (one of the few with outdoor seating).  Naturally lends itself more to the summer season and sitting in the sun, but it was actually still really nice now the temperature has dropped.  They have a nice selection of food (whether you are into seafood or not) and we stayed for a few hours drinking and people watching. 


La la la LOVE this place. Little beats sitting outside in the middle of Kingly court with a nice glass of red, especially at this time of year, watching everyone bustling about! Also there house wines are always delicious and reasonably priced.

A Kingly court fav!


Located in the corner of Kingly court, this place doesn’t tend to get overly busy and hopefully stays this way. Wright Brothers is especially for Oyster’s happy hour, which lasts from 3pm to 6pm and offers good quality oysters for £1 a pop. Offer I can’t refuse! Waiters are very friendly and accommodating, atmosphere is quite pleasant, good spot for a date, have some oysters with French wine and charm your date.

A restaurant with a very nice atmosphere but food and service is, unfortunately, not so good. There are just a few things on the menu - most of them seafood, which is what you expect if you choose to go there, but there's almost nothing else - and portions are rather small. Most of the food we order (and there were 8 different dishes) was too salty and nobody left completely satisfied. Desserts are nice but extremely small for the price. Friendly staff but not very efficient. The only really good thing are the oysters. Don't think I'll be back.

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