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The Tattershall Castle
Victoria Embankment, WhitehallLondonSW1A 2HR
- +44 20 7839 6548
It's a ye olde British pub... on a boat!
When we first got on board, there was a moment where I stupidly wondered whether the floor was moving or if it was just me. In hindsight, of course the floor is moving... but I just didn't believe that it was a real boat and a real bar. But it totally is.
We headed below deck (check me out with my boat vocab!) and entered a very traditional pub....more
Party on Wayne! Party on Garth! Originally we came to sit on the outside but it closed. So we went to the downstairs bar but it was closed. So came into the disco. We're not much of partiers in our geriatrics, but wanted a cold brew. So we sat at the edge and felt a good vibe and super good music! They even played pump up the jam by tecnotronics.
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DRINK. ENJOY THE VIEW. DON'T EAT.
After a day of exploring, we came upon this old moored boat on the Thames that has an amazing view of the London Eye, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament, among other things.
ATMOSPHERE: We sat outside on the upper deck, which was lovely as the weather was a bit breezy, but sunny. Folks seemed local. The boat rocks a bit, so if you get seasick, this might be...more
We booked a table here for Bank Holiday Monday drinks after hearing about the recent refurb. In truth, I struggled to imagine what the boat looked like before it was done up because other than the toilets being pretty damn clean (a real feat for a bar in Central over any weekend) there was nothing about the interior or the exterior that was notable.
There are certainly plenty of waiting staff...more
Great food, beer, and view of the London Eye......what more can first time visitor to London ask for?!?! We stopped here after spending most of the day walking around the city. We found a table outside on the deck and sat there and looked over the menu. You have to order downstairs at the bar and you give them your table number and they come bring you the food.
The bartenders were very...more