The Yacht London

Restaurants Temple
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The clue's in the name here - it's on a yacht, moored on The Thames. The views on a good day are therefore certainly pretty pleasant, with the window seats offering an uninterrupted vista out across to the South Bank. 

The food - from its Gibson's at The Yacht restaurant - ranges from sharing platters and starters of foie gras terrine, smoked Scottish salmon and spinach and butternut squash risotto to mains of spiced lamb tagine, roast chicken with chips and a mille feuille of roasted Mediterranean vegetables served with sautéed potatoes, tomato confit and smoked red pepper sauce.  

Sunday roasts prove popular, as do afternoon teas featuring freshly-baked scones and cakes alongside a selection of finger sandwiches. Keep an eye out for special offers and seasonal events, too. 

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The Yacht London says
In a unique nautical setting permanently moored on the Thames, The Yacht London restaurant offers elegant European cuisine on the water. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer a fantastic view of the South Bank and of London landmarks while dining.

Bursting with 1930s charm, enjoy a lunch or afternoon tea with friends, romantic dinner or a traditional Sunday roast on board with your family. Oozing elegance and stunning views, this is an unforgettable dining experience.

Our brand new cocktail menu – created by Chase Distillery's head mixologist – offers twists on the classics. Rhubarb martinis and Seville orange negronis are firm favourites!

Book online now to see London at its best, on the river!
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Venue name: The Yacht London
Address: Temple Pier
Victoria Embankment
Transport: Tube: Temple
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Came here for a birthday lunch on a lovely summer's day.  The setting was perfect - views down the Thames and warm breeze coming through the open windows.  This is a "proper" restaurant with white linen tablecloths and napkins - perfect for my celebration.  We each ordered a salad starter which were small but appetising.  My main was sea bass, perfectly cooked and my companion had a risotto which was "delicious".  The service was faultless.  The Thames was at high tide and at times the swell from passing boats made us feel we were at sea!  A lovely restaurant.