Welcome to our latest addition to the Wright Brothers family.....Wright Brothers Spitalfields
Wright Brothers Spitalfields is bold and innovative following our ‘sea-to-plate’ dining experience, offering varieties and volumes of seafood and crustacea. Diners have the chance to choose live crab, lobster or oysters from the seawater tanks – containing 1400 live shellfish (with a further 9000 in holding tanks visible in the basement) . Wright Brothers Spitalfields serves a menu of fish and shellfish, featuring the classics: fruits de mer, alongside dishes such as salmon pastrami, crab omelette and surf clams, pig cheek & coriander. Unique oysters such as Beau Soleil, Green Gables or Malpeques also available.
Located on Lamb Street, Wright Brothers Spitalfields takes over a double-fronted historic unit within the original infrastructure of Old Spitalfields Market. This handsome space, is accessible from both inside the market and the street, and caters for up to 45 inside and 22 on the market terrace. The large marble bar serves classic cocktails as well as craft ales, ciders,and classic and modern seafood pairing wines. A number of different seating areas within the restaurant allow guests to choose between banquette seating or a seat at the stunning long Carrara marble bar.
Leading the kitchen brigade is David Cook who joins the group from Moro, Bocca di Lupo and 40 Maltby Street. Operations is handled by Richard Seldon who was opening general manager at Soho’s La Bodega Negra.