Kicking off on October 5th, Seafood Week is an annual campaign aimed at getting more people to eat more fish. Seafish are inspiring home cooks with recipes for mackerel, crab, scallops and more. If you’d rather leave the cooking to the experts, here are six ways to celebrate Seafood Week in London.
Kensington Place, Kensington
Satisfy your oyster cravings at Notting Hill’s number one spot for seafood. Every Friday and Saturday from 6-7pm, oysters are just £1 each with optional paired fizz for an extra £15. The fun continues after 7pm when you can enjoy ½ a dozen oysters with a glass of fizz for £16 or a dozen for £30. Save room for classic desserts like Eton Mess and apple crumble.
This modern seafood restaurant is a feast for the eyes as well as the appetite, and there’s never been a better time to visit. There are new cocktails and bar snacks to try, including a delicious hot buttered crab roll, and native oysters are back on the menu. Best of all, they’re half price during Oyster Hour (6-7pm). If you work nearby, the set lunch – 2 courses for £20 or 3 for £23 – is a very good reason to escape the office for an hour or two.Continue Reading