There’s not much lining the Albert Embankment but walk on, as what you'll find is well worth it! It’s a bar on a boat and depending on the tide you might even find yourself on a tilt, just make sure you hold onto your drink! Don't be shy, head out onto the deck, it has a killer view down The Thames, Big Ben n all. Once inside there’s everything from disco balls to mismatch art, lampshades made outta milk bottles, old Chesterfields and a wicked egg chair. It’s more Austin Powers than your average nautical look, and we love it.
They have a good selection of draught and bottled beers and a small but perfect range of red, white and roses. When we went they had some hot cider being ladled into pint glasses and there’s always the Champagne if you’re showing off. The food menu is small but we’d stick to the bar, this is no place for fine dining.
There’s often a party going on so join in the fun or check before that no one’s booked it out. It’s the closest you’ll get to a pub on a boat complete with gigs every now and again. All aboard, let’s go!