Best Oyster Bars And Restaurants In London

Whether you're celebrating something special with Champagne and oysters over ice, or you're looking for a chilled out restaurant serving up the best the UK has to offer, these London bars and restaurants know a thing or two about the notorious mollusc. Serving up London's best oysters? Check out the delicious destinations below.

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Last updated on 21st May 2024

Whitcomb’s At The Londoner

2/3 course pre-theatre set menu £34/£39 -Lunch and 10 other offers

Whitcomb's At The Londoner is always a top choice for elegant cuisine in Covent Garden, inspired by the French and Italian rivieras. Expect refined, traditional interiors and a gorgeous abstract design covering the ceiling, with a whole lot of premium Champagne and cocktails to choose from. Their oysters are served with lemon creme fraiche and green tabasco dill oil, setting you back just £14 per portion, with plenty of other delicious seafood dishes to enjoy too.

28-50 Wine Bars - Various Sites

With three sites across London, 28-50 Wine Bars are a must for oyster fans looking to get their fix. Indulge in seasonal finds from their Michelin-trained chef, perfectly paired with wine that comes recommended by their on-site sommeliers. 

Fine Dining Restaurants in London

From oak-smoked salmon and Lindisfarne oysters to warm sticky toffee puddings and a mouthwatering glazed chocolate torte, Roast brings you the best of British. Book your spot at the Borough Market pick to see for yourself.

Prawn On The Lawn

With daily seafood deliveries from Cornwall or Devon and fine wines from an award-winning organic vineyard, Prawn On The Lawn is a top choice of places to get your fix of fish. The St Paul's Road venue serves Jersey and Maldon oysters, as they are or deep fried with garlic creme fraiche, as well as a rotating menu of small plates and whole crabs or lobsters. Whether you're pairing your oysters with a classic Champagne or a spicy margarita, you're bound to have a good time at this chilled-out spot.