23 "Seafood" Restaurants in London.
J Sheekey is a classic West End post-theatre hang where you might spot a celebrity and will be guaranteed to have a great meal.
Want low-key cool in Highbury? Westerns Laundry is a modern wine bar & restaurant in a converted garage that does brilliant small plates.
Cornerstone is a classy but casual seafood restaurant in Hackney Wick. It’s a place that’s worth shelling out for, if only once.
Kerbisher & Malt isn’t your granddad's chippy, but this modern Shepherd's Bush chip shop is very good.
You can get a shellfish tower or a posh seafood dinner at Wright Brothers Spitalfields. Or, you can get oysters for a quid a pop, 3-6pm every day.
Sardine is a very hip Shoreditch restaurant with a mural on the wall, a communal table, and an open kitchen serving southern French-inspired dishes.
Wright Brothers is an excellent place to hide away from the crowds in Soho, preferably with a drink and a fresh platter of oysters.
Wright Brothers is our favourite spot in Borough market to perch with a beer and a pint of prawns.
Sweetings is a classic spot in the City serving seafood lunch and dollops of nostalgia to suited business types.
Seafood is the speciality at this Notting Hill pub. Head downstairs if you want something casual, or to the first floor for a posher meal.
Sexy Fish is a flash seafood place in Mayfair. It’s fairly funny, fairly vulgar, and it serves food that’s rarely anything more than fine.
Crudo is a build-your-own ceviche bowl spot in Fitzrovia, perfect for a kind of healthy and affordable detour when you’re out around Oxford Street.
Darby’s is a slick Irish and American influenced restaurant in Vauxhall with a roomy space, and food that will neither delight or disappoint you.
A converted canal boat making great seafood in a unique (and very much moving) setting, London Shell Co is the ideal summer, special occasion, meal.
Bob's Lobster is a restaurant at London Bridge station specialising in lobster rolls.