Time Out says
Posted: Mon Jan 19 2015
Permanently moored-up on the banks of the Thames, alongside Victoria Embankment and with views of the London Eye, Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament, the good ship R.S. Hispaniola is a floating spot for drinks and food. There are special events, too.
The food offering ranges from seasonal a la cartes and bar menus to Sunday roasts, set menus and afternoon teas. The cocktail list includes cucumber martinis, a lavender fizz and a Tennessee Lemonade - Jack Daniels, Chambord, lemonade, lime and gomme syrup.
The global wine list - slanted toward the old world - offers 22 bottles by the glass, with 14 of those also available by the carafe.
R.S. Hispaniola says
R.S. Hispaniola is permanently moored on the River Thames. Just two minutes from Embankment underground and four minutes from Charing Cross, R.S Hispaniola boasts two restaurant decks. The 'Upper Deck Restaurant & Bar' for a la carte dining, afternoon tea and drinks, plus a main deck suitable for large groups with a bar and lounge area. There are also two sundecks and a boardroom. With a range of menus including a cocktail menu, a Sunday lunch menu, a children's menu and an excellent wine list you can sit and watch the river float by in style.
We are also available to hire in part or full, and are licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies.
Nearest Underground: Embankment (Bakerloo, Circle, District and Northern lines)
Nearest national rail: Charing Cross