22 "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.
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.
Bob's Lobster is a restaurant at London Bridge station specialising in lobster rolls.
Sweetings is a classic spot in the City serving seafood lunch and dollops of nostalgia to suited business types.
Scott’s in Mayfair is one of London’s oldest seafood restaurants where you’ll probably want someone else to pick up the bill.
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.
The kitchens at Old Spitalfields Market have all sorts of excellent restaurants and stalls, providing options to sit at the bar or to take away.
Prawn on the Lawn is a seafood restaurant near Highbury Corner.
The Coal Shed is the first London location of a popular Brighton restaurant that specializes in cooking fish and meats cooked over fire.
There are a few Wright Brothers restaurants dotted all over town, but the South Kensington location is the one that your mum would like the best.
The Oystermen is a restaurant in Covent Garden that focuses on fresh oysters, crab, and seafood.
Want low-key cool in Highbury? Westerns Laundry is a modern wine bar & restaurant in a converted garage that does brilliant small plates.