Dine on the barge and go on a cruise along the London canals

To dine at the restaurant or go on a cruise? Difficult choice... which you can not to make. In London Shell Co. You will not only have dinner, but also sail from Paddington to Camden and back. This excellent barge can accommodate about 40 guests. The restaurant specializes in seafood. All dishes are served with specially selected wine, which perfectly stresses the tones of taste. On Tuesdays a special menu is served in the institution. Every week the boss offers something new, for example, red partridge with salad "Waldorf", rabbit or roast venison.

In the autumn evenings in the windows it is difficult to discern the nature, because the route is not illuminated, but there is also a plus: the atmosphere is very romantic here. Well, if you want to enjoy a cruise in broad daylight, come to lunch on Saturday or Sunday. London Shell Co. Was founded in 2015 by brothers Harry and Leah Lobek. They offer a cruise both to landmark London locations, such as London Zoo and Regents Park, and to hidden places such as Maida Hill Tunnel. As for food, be sure: the restaurant uses only the highest quality ingredients to create a simple but balanced menu, which is updated every day. Harry Lobek personally chooses the wines that are most suitable for the dishes.

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