Our Top 5 Sea Food Restaurant

Bibendum Oyster Bar


The setting is informal, with tiles and pictures depicting great races of the past, and the mood is relaxed, luxurious but not pretentious. There is little need for an excuse to visit, a quick glass of wine with or without a nibble; an after-work cocktail; a lunch of half a dozen oysters and a glass of champagne; or a leisurely lunch or dinner with a vast plateau de fruits de mer, dessert, cheese and coffee. Friendly staff are on hand to advise on oyster choice and the extensive wine list. While the focus is on shellfish, there are other seafood options, non-fishy terrines and salads, and vegetarian alternatives.

Caviar House & Prunier – Piccadilly

Caviar House and Prunier Piccadilly

Caviar House and Prunier in Piccadilly boasts a seafood bar, which is an elegant place to dine with Caviar, Balik Salmon, Oysters as well as a selection of hot dishes. An extensive wine and champagne selection is also on offer.
Caviar House & Prunier also has a retail side, which offers an array of luxurious gifts such as unique and exclusive Balik salmon, as well as our own Prunier caviar. In addition to this there are many more luxury items and hampers for all occasions tailor made to your specific requirements.

Chamberlain’s Seafood Restaurant


Chamberlain’s Restaurant in the stunning Leadenhall Market, has been described as ‘perfect fish in the heart of the city’ since it serves top quality fish. Meats and all other produce are sourced to the same high standards, from which Executive Chef Andrew Jones serves dishes that carefully enhance the natural flavours of the primary ingredients. The restaurant extends on four floors that look out onto the stunning Leadenhall Market with a Ground Floor restaurant, intimate Mezzanine, slightly more formal First Floor restaurant, Brasserie and basement Bar with its original brickwork, high vaulted ceilings and an outside terrace which in warm weather is one of London’s hot spot.

J Sheekey Fish and Sea Food Restaurant

J Sheekey

In the heart of Covent Garden, J Sheekey is a fish and seafood restaurant offering the finest fish, oysters, shellfish and other fruits de mer. Discreetly tucked away on St Martin’s Court between Charing Cross Road and St Martin’s Lane, J Sheekey is a stone’s throw from many of the West End’s theatres, the cinemas of Leicester Square. Its decor, a sea of marble, mosaic, and lacquered wood panel, conjures decades of history. Five years ago, the restaurant added a more informal oyster bar with outdoor dining. J. Sheekey’s tranquil vibe is an oasis of calm amid bustling central London. Sex Drugs and Bacon Rolls review of J Sheekey

 Pescatori – Fitzrovia


Situated on bustling Charlotte Street, the heart of the media world in London, Pescatori allows its diners to either eat on their front terrace if the weather permits it, where you can watch the world go by or to snuggle up in a cosy booth inside. Inside, traditional Italian is mixed with today’s contemporary feel. Staff are friendly, knowledgeable and eager to please. Their aim is to make sure that when you visit Pescatoria Fitzrovia you’ll be coming back for more. The menu offers a variety of fish, seafood and great Italian dishes, alongside great steaks and home-made desserts. With a wine list to match you really are spoilt for choice.

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