Like that friend who reads your long rambling drafted texts in the midst of a break-up or every Golden Retriever ever, Wright Brothers is a restaurant that will always be there for you. A mini-chain of reliable seafood spots, we love their Borough Market restaurant for its classic London charm, but you can’t beat the riverside views at their Battersea spot. Book a spot on the terrace, get a round of oysters in, then take a deep breath and order the whole Devon lobster with new potatoes and mayonnaise. If you’re about that Big Seafood Energy you can also opt for their huge £60 grilled shellfish platter which includes oyster, tiger prawns, mussels, scallops, and importantly, that whole Devon lobster.
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