London Shell Co, the floating pop-up is back for a series of weekend lunches and dinners aboard their boat The My Fair Lady, going from Camden Lock to Little Venice and back. I went for a dinner before Christmas, and it was excellent - great food and a really fun way to spend a few hours. These have always booked up really quickly, so don't delay!
"Inspired by the Oyster Bars and Crab Shacks of New England, Harry and Leah have focused on the culinary and maritime customs of the North Atlantic and its historic trade routes. Signature dishes include a lunchtime New England Clam Chowder (severed in hearty bread bowls) and a delicious Seafood Platter for the dinner services.
Their boat, The My Fair Lady, cruises along the Paddington to Camden Lock section of the Regent Canal. This route was originally opened 200 years ago in 1816 as a cargo trade route for the ships in the Lime House Basin.
LSC have teamed up once again with their supplier Wright Brothers, and after a recent trip to the finest wineries in England, have decided to pair their seafood with the sparkling wines of Hattingley Valley. Hattingley recently won the best sparkling rose in the world and one of the leading sparkling wine producers in the Quality English Sparkling Wine movement."
When - Multiple Saturdays & Sundays, starting 13th February 2016
Lunch & Dinner
Tickets - £40 for lunch and £60 for dinner, from Grub Club here
Where - Set off from Camden Lock - Full details on booking
Link - The London Shell Co
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