Riverside Restaurants In London

The weather is glorious and you want to make the most of it - and why shouldn't you? Sunny days are few and far between and the thought of wasting them in stuffy eateries is a crying shame. But, thanks to the city's many waterways and ever-growing dining scene, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to riverside restaurants in London. Whether you're after a low-key bite to eat by a quiet canal, a classy sunset dinner near the Thames or something a little different, you'll find 'em all here.

Last updated on 15th March 2021




Darcie & May Green

62 user reviews 5

Taking waterside dining to the next level, Darcie & May Green is bringing you delicious dishes onboard a stunning barge boat. Head over to the Paddington Basin haunt for a host of Australian-inspired bites (you must try their award-winning banana bread sandwiches) and summery cocktails.

Dove

46 user reviews 4

The Dove is steeped in history. Since it first opened in the 17th century, this Hammersmith watering hole has garnered quite the name for its great atmosphere, cask ales, crowd-pleasing grub and cosy decor, as well as its riverside beer garden.

The Cutty Sark

1311 user reviews 4

Searching for a place to eat near the Thames? Look no further than The Cutty Sark, a Greenwich gem and corker of a pub. Swing by as the sun is setting for a signature bitter and jaw-dropping panoramas across Canary Wharf.