London Shell Co
Champagne, oysters and cruising London's canals - life doesn't get much more rewarding than an evening aboard the London Shell Co. This floaty restaurant can be found along the Regent's Canal in Paddington and unlike a lot of other floating 'experiences' in London, it doesn't have an overly corporate vibe and the food is great. Seafood-centric lunches are served stationary but come evening it's all about cruising dinners where the likes of cod fillet with braised haricot bean stew & paprika sausage is on the menu. In other news, their wine list changes as often as the fish and if you like you can hire the boat in its entirety. Bookings at lunch are taken 12pm - 2.30pm and evening cruise bookings start at 6.30pm.
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