There are a few Wright Brothers restaurants dotted all over town, but the South Kensington location is the one that your mum would probably like the best. It is, for lack of a better adjective, ‘cute’ and is perfect for a late afternoon session of knocking back some £1 oysters or a cosy evening meal with some friends or a date.
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