When it comes to seafood, I have to say I usually eat it Asian style. We're talking about clams stir fried in black bean sauce, lobster in ginger and spring onion, deep fried salt and pepper prawns and of course sushi. Just thinking about it has me salivating, and whilst I love seafood this way, I also appreciate Western styles of cooking seafood.
Wright Brothers* in Soho is the place to go if you're looking for an oyster fest, since they have quite a few varieties of oysters to choose from and they even have Oyster Hour where all oysters are £1 each!! Oyster lovers will know how much of a good value that is.
I'm a big fan of oysters too, but I've been unfortunate enough to get the norovirus the last few times I've indulged in them, so I'm a little scarred from it. But whilst oysters were not on the menu for me, Wright Brothers offer plenty of other choices in seafood and gave me a chance to work through the cooked menu for a change.
The ambiance at Wright Brothers is spot on, perfect for dates and long catch ups with friends. We didn't want to leave after dinner so of course that meant we had to stay for dessert!
However, some of the dishes lacked flavour, and some were a little overpowering. Not a deal breaker and I'm sure with a bit of tweaking from the chefs, the cooked food menu will shine like their famous oyster platters.
*I was a guest of Wright Brothers. All opinions are my own and unbiased.