The Waterway is a restaurant and bar with a difference; the 'Union Canal'-side location in Maida Vale, combined with its al fresco dining, provides it with one of the most enjoyable outdoor terraces in all of London. The comfortable restaurant shares an interior space with a bar and lounge area, leading out onto a 120 sq ft outdoor terrace at the front of the building. It's one of the few places in London where outdoor drinking and eating can be enjoyed in such tranquil surroundings.A delicious and varied menu of modern European food accompanied by a fine selection of Old and New World wines and beer, together with its child-friendly atmosphere, makes the Waterway a perfect location for a quick drink, or something more substantial. Make sure not to miss the renowned summer barbecues and live acoustic music!
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
54 Formosa StreetLondonW9 2JU
- Public transport:
- Warwick Avenue, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Waterway
Great cocktails and heated seating area outside.
Drinks service a bit slow, perhaps because of their attention to detail with the orange rind! more
Extremely unprofessional when I called to book reservation for "Sunday roast " I was told 4pm and when I showed up I was standing waiting to be seated then when I finally was sat I was told they completely sold out of roast & didn't bother to tell me when I booked & didn't tell me when I was waiting to be sat, just terrible service !!! more
We booked this restaurant over the phone for 6pm. I asked for a table for 2 for Sunday roast and was confirmed. We took a cab to Maida Vale from Wembley and when we arrived stood at the front desk waiting to be shown to our table. They took their time to even acknowledge us and were finally led to a table by a waitress that seemed preoccupied with her own head. We were sat down and given our... more
Nice enough place, looks more like a restaurant than a pub, but that maybe what the locals want. I went in with trepidation (not really, I just wanted to use that word). Anyway I was not sure if I could go up to the bar, as they had a lady on the door, who looked like she would only let you in if you had a reservation. I made it to the bar and had a Doombar, it tasted like a lager, very gassy,... more
I visited today for a couple of drinks, and boy oh boy, have they mastered their mulled wine recipe. Delicious, and it even came with a free mini-mince pie. The atmosphere was lovely on a crisp winter's night, with fairy lights and heaters in the outside area. I'm planning to pop back already - it seems like a great place to bring non-London friends or parents, so I plan to do just that! more