FIVE BEST: Places to eat oysters
Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House is one of FIVE BEST: Places to eat oysters.

1. Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House

9.2
11 Stoney St., Greater London, Greater London
Seafood Restaurant · South Bank · 73 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: When a pair of oyster farmers open their own restaurant, it’s not surprising if it’s a huge hit. Our tip? Eat their oysters Japanese style with a dash of wasabi, ginger and soy. Read more.

Le Cafe Anglais is one of FIVE BEST: Places to eat oysters.

2. Le Cafe Anglais

8 Porchester Gdns, London, Greater London
French Restaurant · Lancaster Gate · 14 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: Oysters from Essex, Kumanatos from Japan or Fine de Claires from France are all super tasty with a squeeze of lemon and tabasco. Try the house speciality, which is parmesan custard and anchovy toast. Read more.

Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill is one of FIVE BEST: Places to eat oysters.

3. Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill

8.7
11-15 Swallow St, Mayfair, Greater London
Seafood Restaurant · Mayfair · 52 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill has spiffing native and rock oysters, best gulped down with shallot vinegar, and it’s a great pre or post theatre stop. Read more.

Clos Maggiore is one of FIVE BEST: Places to eat oysters.

4. Clos Maggiore

9.2
33 King St, London, Greater London
French Restaurant · 77 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: Its European farmhouse décor combined with a glass roof offers stargazing on a clear night. The crackling fire, candle-strewn tables and flowers in bloom make for the perfect date. Read more.

J Sheekey is one of FIVE BEST: Places to eat oysters.

5. J Sheekey

9.0
28-32 St Martin's Court, Charing Cross, Greater London
Seafood Restaurant · 104 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: If you come on a Sunday the bar morphs into a speakeasy. You’ll be treated (for a fee) to a cabaret performance while you swig oysters and drink ‘Twinkle’ cocktails. Read more.