I am the Oyster Boy...
Starting as a trader at Columbia Road Flower Market 5 years ago, Oyster Boy Events had one simple goal... to sell the best bloody oysters London had to offer.
In 2014, we took a step up into the world of high end restaurant service with a residency at Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone, where the Oyster Boy serves an ever changing platter of oysters from around the world.
Our newest project, the Hangover Hospital, is a mobile oyster and cocktail bar, operating out of a beautifully restored 1951 Daimler ambulance. Bringing the best British bivalves and spiciest Bloody Marys to those who need them most.
WHAT WE DO
We get about town... We shuck till we drop... We bring the UK's freshest oysters to you...
Street food is in our blood. Starting at Columbia Road, we can now also be found every weekend at Broadway Market and Deptford Bites. Find the stalls and meet the shuckers...
We love meeting people and creating experiences. If you want to learn about oysters or add a touch of decadence to your private event, look no further than your very own Oyster Boy...
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We cater for events of all sizes. If you want to see the Oyster Boy Events in action come join us at one of our up coming projects...
Oyster boys Oyster Workshops
Whether you are an oyster novice or connoisseur, join us for an exciting evening learning and enjoying one of mans eldest delicacies.
An evening of tasting and oyster education, you will learn the differences between different oysters, farming methods and bivalve history as well as learning how to safely and professionally shuck and oyster yourself.
Tickets can be found at email@example.com for £40 which includes your oysters for the evening, wine pairing samples and a cocktail.
wine & Oyster Pairing at 67 pall mall
On October 9th, Oyster Boy is delighted to be co-hosting an oyster and wine pairing event at the prestigious 67 Pall Mall.
“As I ate the oysters with their strong taste of the sea and their faint metallic taste that the cold white wine washed away, leaving only the sea taste and the succulent texture, and as I drank their cold liquid from each shell and washed it down with the crisp taste of the wine, I lost the empty feeling and began to be happy and to make plans.” ERNEST HEMINGWAY
Contact the oyster boy
While I'm always about town... You can drop me a message or give me a call if you need to pin me down.