A delightful Italain cafe situated above the Grand Union Canal in Maida Vale. It has fantastic far-reaching views of the canal with an outdoor dining area on the terrace. The rustic, contemporary cuisine is all freshly prepared including the pasta which is made on the premises.
Part of the Wyndham Grand Hotel, this brasserie delivers simple, classic British dishes. The focus is on the quality and purity of locally sourced ingredients. All-day dining is catered for in an informal setting. Overlooking the glittering Chelsea marina, the floor to ceiling glass-frontage provides amazing views and there is a generous terrace outside.
An amazingly beautiful floating Chinese Restaurant found in Regent’s Park Cumberland Basin. The first of its kind in the Capital. The food is exquisite and service excellent. A perfect location for a romantic meal or celebratory meal.
A hidden gem found in Paddington Basin, this contemporary Japanese restaurant has the finest selection of reasonably priced sushi in London. A big fan of 'maki rolls,' the spider maki roll with soft shell crab and Dragon maki roll with prawn tempura and eel were extremely tasty. If you like prawns definitely try the Chef’s deluxe 'Ebi Tempura' which has a vermicelli pastry. Not much selection for vegetarians as can be expected in a Japanese restaurant, there is however a small range of other Pan-Asian cuisines such as Thai and Malaysian. Waterside dining is an option in the summer months. Leave room for dessert as the Japanese ‘Mochi’ ice cream is worth a try. A great location with good service.
Decorated like a holiday home, found on the Grand Union Canal with superb views over the water. Open all year round and offering an exquisite seafood selection. The menu is more quality and less quantity.