Wright Brothers Soho, The Cage
13 Kingly Court, Kingly Street, London, W1B 5PW -
Wright Brothers Soho is nestled in a corner of Kingly Court, right behind Carnaby Street in a Victorian townhouse. Nestled in the corner of Kingly Court, just off the iconic Carnaby Street, Wright Brothers Soho offers a menu of seafood and shellfish
Nestled in the corner of Kingly Court, just off the iconic Carnaby Street, Wright Brothers Soho offers a menu of seafood and shellfish dishes with an Asian influence. Sourcing their seafood from their very own wholesale business ensuring that only the finest and freshest produce makes the menu. Dine in the restaurant, enjoy seasonal cocktails in the bar, or go alfresco in the courtyard tucking into plates of oysters. Between 3-6pm they offer oysters for a pound every day. A semi-private dining room occupies the majority of the lower ground floor and is available for exclusive hire. Situated within the open kitchen, it offers a unique view of the chefs at work. Set and sharing-style menus showcase the finest oysters, fish and seafood.
Capacity & layout
up to 18
Catering & drinks
Deposit is taken -48 hours notice needed
Excellent Dover sole, oysters and wine. Went for a long lunch and enjoyed it very much. Great decor and quiet at the time of visit (1.30 ish). It looked like it got busier later on though.
I adore this place a lot. theres a very special air. The food is wonderful. the service is powerful and the personel is very professional. The price is modest. greatly recommend.
Food: very nice indeed. Food value: ok. Locale: We were seated downstairs in the draft of the ever opening doors to the outside court. Really annoying. Staff tried to close the doors when they had the time, but of course had other things to do. I highly suggest they do something about these doors. Service: We had one waiter who was nice enough but extremely untrained. he did not know what was on the menu, nor what was sold out that day. he eventually brought us the wrong food as well (although good) after much confusion. Luckily an experienced waitress (Sicilian) managed to clear up some of the misunderstanding. she also recommended us wine and was very nice. We also saw some other personnel by the bar basically doing very little and even managing to break some glass and just leaving it on the floor (which the nice Italian girl swept up when she discovered it). I suggest that the restaurant tries harder to train their staff, it appeared as if this was a management problem, not an individual. But all in all (considering this was a busy day late november which could explain some of the gaffes) I would recommend it, the food was great.
Went here because we heard the oysters were fabulous for happy hour. They were. Unfortunately the service was not. We started with two of our group getting drinks while thinking about ordering a bottle of wine. We ordered two small plates, three salads, and two dozen oysters. after our waitress delivered the drinks we never saw her again. Our food was delivered by other people and we never got to order a bottle of wine. We only received one salad not three. Finally able to get water when they brought us the bill. On the way out I stopped for the toilet and found our waitress. She was in a stall going to bathroom and talking on the phone. I heard the toilet flush and she started to walk out saw me doubled back and decided to wash her hands. We will not be going back.
Really disappointed because we had been to the other branch and it was so good. This place has probably become too big and busy. We couldn't get the attention of the waitress most of the night. My food was cold and fish had little flavour.