Stroll down Paddington and you'll pick up plenty of interesting sights along the way, but there are none as colourful as Darcie & May Green. A corker of a boat restaurant with Australian brunch and plates at its core, you can even hop aboard the attached boat for cocktails once you're done with grub.
Best River Boat Restaurants in London
Some restaurants are tucked down alleyways, and some restaurants are on rooftops. But these restaurants? Well, these restaurants float. While there aren't all that many places to eat on a boat in London, those that serve the water promise a unique experience with some of London's most beautiful dining views. Check out our favourite eateries atop the water.
Whether you're making your way to the Olympic Village or simply fancied a walk down Hackney's canals, there's a floating restaurant in East London that is worth taking the time out for, and that's the ever charming Barge East.
If sophisticated is what you're after from a boat restaurant, you'd be hard pushed to ignore what The Yacht is serving up. Not only is European cuisine with British twangs on the menu, this restaurant boasts a prime spot on the river for those all important views.
Boat restaurant in the heart of Central London? Head on down to the Embankment where the moored R.S. Hispaniola isn't just serious about private events, they're not shy of stunning views either.
If you're looking for a floating London restaurant that not only sits atop the river, but moves along it too, you'd be hard pushed to avoid The London Shell Co. Bringing you unique seafood plates and delicious wines, it's perfect for that special dining experience.