Fish & Seafood Restaurants in Soho
1. Randall & Aubin Fish & seafood restaurant in Soho 14-16 Brewer St - W1
“So long as you don’t mind sharing a table with strangers” – this “always-fun” Soho “institution” makes a perfect way to punctuate an evening. With its “great buzz and very nice vibe, it’s always full of energy”, and “warm and friendly” staff deliver “outstanding fresh seafood, especially the big plateaux de fruits de mer”, plus “sumptuous natives, fish ’n’ chips, fish soup and lobster po’boy, all of ’em delicious”.
2. Wright Brothers Fish & seafood restaurant in Soho 13 Kingly St - W1
“An amazing selection of oysters” and other “wonderfully inventive fish and shellfish dishes” (in particular, “blackboard specials are usually excellent”) have made these bustling fish bistros one of the capital’s most popular chains amongst foodies, and – though relatively new – they have “an old-fashioned style, feeling like they’ve been there for years (in a good way…)”. “The latest addition in Battersea Power Station and overlooking the Thames may be the best yet!”
3. Burger & Lobster Burgers, etc restaurant in Soho 36 Dean St - W1
“Does what it says on the tin” – these bustling upscale diners no longer seem quite as novel as they once did but continue to offer “a winning combination of burger and lobster served at a reasonable price point”. Under the same ownership as the Goodman steak chain – from autumn 2018, the owners plan a new, more informal spin-off brand, ‘Shack by Burger & Lobster’, to be launched in Camden.
4. Claw Carnaby Fish & seafood restaurant in Soho 21 Kingly St - W1B
“Crab specialist that’s a welcome addition” – that’s the general verdict on this “buzzy” Soho newcomer, which is the first permanent home of a sustainable seafood pop-up, food truck and City takeaway outlet. There are caveats though – “it’s sort of street food but at restaurant or pub prices…” – “couldn’t taste the crab because the fries were covered in spices as well as salt”.
5. Hix British, Modern restaurant in Soho 66-70 Brewer Street - W1
Fans of Mark Hix’s West End flagship hail its “excellent modern British food” and “terrific ambience and premier Soho location”, particularly recommending it for a “lunchtime business meeting”. But overall it inspires remarkably little feedback these days, far too much of it to the effect that it’s too costly and can be “very disappointing”.
7. Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack Fish & seafood restaurant in Soho 22 Bateman Street - W1D
Now open - a Soho sibling for Fitzrovia's popular, funky little pop-up-turned-permanent 'seafood shack', featuring the same fresh fish and seafood, from Alex Hunter and Danny Clancy.
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