It's Good Friday which means no meat for those of you who are religious.
But it is Friday which means no cooking! So where are the best restaurants to eat this Good Friday?
We list the best restaurants for Seafood in London.
Being an owner of one of East London's elusive Michelan stars, Angler is a modern British restaurant at the South Place Hotel, with a mirrored ceiling 7th floor city views.
Led by executive chef Gary Foulkes, the restaurant has seafood at its heart, and the menu only features seasonal and carefully sourced produce.
To compliment, head sommelier Benoit Allauzen has created an extensive wine list with bottles from both the new and old world.
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Outlaw's at The Capital
Situated between Harvey Nichols and Harrods, is headed up by Nathan Outlaw.
Their fresh fish is sourced off the boat fresh from trawler men in Cornwall who are personally known to the chefs, head chef Pete Biggs and namesake Nathan Outlaw and together they have created a menu that is truly simple.
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Named Zagat's Best Seafood Restaurant 2013, this restaurant is a landmark fish restaurant in London and has been since 1742.
The oysters of Wilton's have become something of a legend in the industry and you can find top end caviar to tantalise your tastebuds.