30 "Seafood" Restaurants in London.
Huge platters of lobster tails, snow crab clusters, bang bang prawns, and more are served at this excellent spot in Balham.
Sargasso is the Margate sibling of Brawn and, with sea views and superb food, it’s maybe even better than it’s London counterpart.
Dory’s is a walk-in only seafood bar making superb small plates and with a great English-leaning wine list.
An old school seafood spot in St James's with a whole lot of history, Wiltons is a real class act.
Big Easy is a loud and proud diner with Big BBQ Energy, lots of lobster, and a seriously boozy happy hour.
The Battersea location of this London seafood mini-chain has great riverside views as well as their fantastic oysters, lobster, and bubbles.
Brighton Smokehouse’s crab sandwich is one of Brighton’s must-eat meals.
Brighton is packed full of fish and chip spots, but old school chippie Bardsley’s is our favourite.
Want to get tipsy on a boat in Hackney Wick? Of course you do. Enter Barge East, a floating bar and restaurant that’s perfect for sunny days.
Brat’s second location is an indoor-outdoor set up in London Fields where the atmosphere is a little more casual but the food is just as good.
Arguably London’s prettiest rooftop, Seabird is also home to the best oyster experience in the city.
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.
Cornerstone is a classy but casual seafood restaurant in Hackney Wick. It’s a place that’s worth shelling out for, if only once.
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.