Fish and Seafood

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Sweetings
39 Queen Victoria Street, EC4N 4SF,
London
United Kingdom
GB

Sweetings is such an old school place. Old school in a sense that it has been open since 1889 and also in a sense that city financiers have been going there for years, and to emphasise this point, this place was suggested to me as a great lunch spot by one of my colleagues that has been working in this industry for nearly 30 years. Nevertheless I usually love these type of places full of tradition and character and I have been trying to go to Sweetings for a while and have suggested it to many people only to be rejected and finally I was so happy to hear my friend Nick suggested we should go there for lunch. 

 

Maija rated: 

3.00

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Wright Brothers
13 Kingly Street and G7/G8 Kingly Court, W1B 5PW
London
United Kingdom
GB

The first time I went to Wright Brothers was a few years ago, to their original restaurant in Borough Market, and I loved it. My friends Kristine and Baiba and I would go to Borough market, walk around, look at the delicious food there, maybe get something small, and finish our Borough Market experience with some oysters and champagne in Wright Brothers. 

 

Maija rated: 

4.00

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Del Mare
Çengelköy Mh. Kuleli Cd No:53
Istanbul
Turkey
TR

I think Del-Mare restaurant in Istanbul has one of the best and beautiful views of the Bosphorus (which is stunning if you have not seen it). Del Mare is located on the Asian side of Istanbul, so it overlooks the European side which I think is a bit more interesting to look at than the Asian side (which is a far more common view point). Del Mare serves seafood with a big Turkish influence (note even though on the website it states they have influence from France, Italy and Greece, I think this place can be best described as a Turkish fish and seafood restaurant, with a wonderful Turkish fish and seafood meze). The food is very good and the restaurant is situated in an old historical building but you really go here for the view.

Maija rated: 

4.50

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Solsiden
Akershusstranda 34, 0150
Oslo
Norway
NO

I had some of the best seafood ever in Solsiden (Norwegian for “The Sunny Side”), a fish and seafood restaurant (there is no meat of any kind on the menu) in Oslo. Solsiden is open only for 4 months from May to September, and it is very popular in Oslo and we hardly got a booking. Solsiden is located in an ugly, cement-sided warehouse that overlooks the sea and Oslo’s harbor and when the sun shines, it shines on the restaurant and also the sunset you can see from the restaurant is beautiful. The restaurant has a large and airy indoor dining room with huge windows, where we were sitting, and there is also an outdoor terrace.

Maija rated: 

4.00

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