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Craft Beer London Says...
Oysters have not always been the food of indulgent celebration. They were once extremely cheap and, as a result, working-class Londoners gobbled them by the boatload. London’s great contribution to the world of beer, of course, is porter (and stout), and Wright Brothers' extensive selection of dark beers reflects this historical combination. You can choose between beers from The Kernel (made just down the road), Whitstable (a Kentish town renowned for the quality of its oysters) and Anchor (a San Francisco brewery whose fine version did so much to revive the style), among others.
The menu is written on blackboards above the bar, and always lists several oyster combinations...Sunday brunch brings the likes of smoked haddock kedgeree, and scrambled eggs with Hederman’s organic smoked salmon. The wine list has plenty of choice, with riesling prominent on our visit. There’s a cosy atmosphere in winter; in summer, grab a table near the open entrance, looking on to Borough Market. A branch in Soho is planned.
You can celebrate a special occasion with oysters and fine Champagne (around £40) or a very decent Prosecco at £32. Or you can pick from a wide selection of white, rose and red wines, including Pinot Noirs, Riojas, or a very good dry Saint-Veran...Experience an evening of very special dining at Wright Brothers with fresh ingredients, simple yet high quality service and an extensive menu of imaginative creations and perfected classics.