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3 best waterside eating and drinking spots in London

While London warms up and we wear less-and-less clothing, the time’s come to really make the most of those waterside bars and eating spots we know and love.

But, where’s good? We’ve found three joints that’re worth talking about down by the waterside. Complete with cruisey breezes and well as a quality feed, you won’t be disappointed.

The Summerhouse

Idyllically situated on the beautiful banks of Little Venice, The Summerhouse offers superlative waterside dining. During the summer, the picturesque restaurant rolls back its windows to leave only leafy partitions standing between diners and the bobbing barges beside them. Decked with light oak floors, blue and white striped furnishings and seaside artefacts – expect a chic waterside ambiance, whatever the weather.

60 Blomfield Road, Maida Vale, W9 2PD

The Waterway

Boasting one of the largest outdoor spaces in the capital, The Waterway’s fully heated terrace on Regent’s Canal provides the perfect spot for al-fresco drinking and dining, come rain or shine. Kick back with a refreshing craft beer and feast on barbecued delights from the outside kitchen or pull up a pew in the Lower Garden, available for exclusive hire, and soak up the sun in the leafy surroundings.

54 Formosa Street, W9 2JU

Bateaux London River Room

Explore one of the world’s most exciting cities from a new perspective onboard River Room. Book a unique party this summer to enjoy stunning view of London from the largest terrace on the river Thames. Wine and dine on the open-air roof deck as you sail past some of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament and St Paul’s Cathedral.

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