Our beautiful girls know the best places to go in London for a drink, especially if you fancy something a little more unusual. They know all the exclusive and fashionable places. So, if it’s something different you want from your date, remember that an evening is always greatly enhanced when you are in the company of one of our gorgeous escorts in London.
There are all sorts of restaurants in London for you to book a dinner date. Remember that London has a huge number of Michelin-starred restaurants to choose from. But for something a little different, did you know that there are also some amazing boat restaurants featuring every kind of cuisine?
Floating eateries give your meal that extra pizzazz, that special something. Luckily London has a great selection of boat restaurants, which offer great food as well as the fun factor. Here are some ideas:
London Shell Co.
After gaining huge popularity, the owners decided to open a permanent restaurant on The Prince Regent, a bright blue barge docked in Paddington, with a second branch recently opened, The Grand Duchess.
While The Prince Regent cruises down the Thames, The Grand Duchess stays docked on the Grand Union Canal. Seafood is the focus, which can be enjoyed alongside sparkling wines, cocktails and Sangria in the sunshine. Sophisticated without being pretentious, fun without being gimmicky, these floating restaurants get boat dining just right.
Darcie & May Green
Brunch takes centre stage here, with standout dishes including their legendary sweetcorn fritters, a healthy Full English called The Bondi, and an award-winning banana bread dish, served with fresh berries and mascarpone. The boat stays docked, but you can ride your own wave by opting for the bottomless brunch party.
Darcie & May Green is housed across two brightly coloured sister vessels outside London’s Paddington. You’re in no danger of missing them – the barges are bold and eye-catching in design, courtesy of pop artist Peter Blake, known for designing album covers for The Beatles.
At Sunborn London you can have a taste of the good life without the million pound price tag. Located on the revitalised Royal Victoria Dock right by the ExCel London exhibition centre, hotel and restaurant Sunborn London is perfectly placed for spectacular views of the city.
A gleaming white, five-decked creation, with shiny brass fittings and grand interiors. The Lands End restaurant offers a Mediterranean-inspired menu, with elegant dishes to match the surroundings.
Mains include pan fried cod with white beans and smoked mussels; roast squash with whipped goats curd and spiced yoghurt; and wild mushroom risotto with black truffle and pecorino, with a fish of the day available too, caught fresh from Brixham Devon