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    Dinner Dance

Bateaux London summer venues operate two floating restaurants in the capital: The Glass Room summer party vessel and The River Room summer cruise. Both restaurants set sail from Victoria and Embankment daily, serving lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner while guests enjoy the spectacular views along the Thames.

The Glass Room is a stunning summer party vessel designed by Tom Dixon Design, is a versatile venue that can host a wide range of events such as parties, dinners, networking receptions, and private celebrations. It features two semi-private dining areas in addition to the main room, making it an incredibly flexible space to suit your event needs.

The River Room is a stunning summer party boat that offers a peaceful escape from the city without ever leaving it. It boasts London’s largest open deck garden on the Thames, providing guests with breathtaking city skyline views. Below the open deck, the Scandinavian-styled River Room features large windows that showcase the magnificent views of London. This impressive boat can accommodate private dining, seated dinners, and drinks receptions. For smaller parties of 12 to 60 guests, four private dining areas and the main dining area can accommodate standing receptions for up to 220 guests.

Whether you choose The Glass Room or The River Room, Bateaux London summer venues guarantee an unforgettable experience for your guests. Indulge in delicious food while you soak up the sights of London’s most iconic landmarks. With a dedicated team of professionals, Bateaux London ensures that your event runs seamlessly from start to finish.

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  • Robi Eckley
    Robi Eckley
    12 months ago

    Yank visiting London!! After the long haul across the pond we wanted something that wouldn’t be overly strenuous, but allow us to see some of the sights of London with a great dinner experience. The Bateaux London didn’t disappoint! We had an amazing dinner and couldn’t have ask for better service from Jason Davey our waiter. Seeing the sights from a different perspective along the Thames River was stunning. The sights alone were enough but the dinner was superb. We upgraded and did the Platinum dinner and well worth it! This was a great first day to start our trip and highly recommend!

  • Sayanti Dutta
    Sayanti Dutta
    a year ago

    If you are in London and you haven't tried Bateaux London river cruise, you are missing something. Awesome experience. We spent lovely time in a great boat. The inside was chic, elegant and classy. The best part is it's never too crowded. Food was amazing. We opted for a three course meal with a bottle of red wine. They have decent wine collection. My glass of Malbec was refreshing. I loved the food. The Sunday roast was exceptionally good. So good it was that I forgot to take photo of the same. Just dug into it right away. .I like ved how clean the vessel was and how aesthetically it was decorated. Loved the band as well.

  • Carrie Lord
    Carrie Lord
    a year ago

    I have done this twice. I am reviewing this based on just my first experience. The dinner cruise is like no other. With 2 packages (we went for the all included one), unlimited drinks, 5 course meal, window seats, live entertainment there is no way to be disappointed. The staff are amazing and attentive. This is absolutely something to do for a special occasion. My second cruise was not as smooth but this is due to what we believe is overbooking. However again food, drink and service were amazing.

  • Jasmine Wilson
    Jasmine Wilson
    2 years ago

    We did the Platinum dining experience. The cruise itself was fun and such a wonderful way to see London river front! We had a table right up front with great views. Seeing sites like Tower Bridge and The Eye lit up at night was well worth it. There are a couple of observation decks to step outside and those will give best unobstructed views. The service was excellent and staff worked hard to ensure needs and wants were met. However, the food was a disappointment. In particular the lamb was burnt on the outside, tough and chewy. The sea bass tasted more like trout and the desserts were a bit too sweet and bland tasting. I'd definitely recommend doing it once for the experience, not sure I'd see myself doing it more than once. Go for the views, not the food

  • Lester Kan
    Lester Kan
    2 years ago

    Let me first to say that my experience is disappointing. I took on the platinum dinning but everything save for the view just don’t match the price tag. I start off from the best first which is the food which is absolutely average and it get worse. The selection of wine is appalling. With the platinum dinning comes with some unlimited supply of preselected wine. Free does not mean the quality is good as they are really appallingly bad (not being a snub here), I don’t know how they could offer these wines at all. I paid extra to get their best wine which is really average in my view. I don’t mind to pay but they couldn’t even have the wine served chilled. It’s just really appalling with the money they charge. Service is mediocre at best as the poor waiter had to serve eight/ nine tables at once. The live entertainment was for popular taste and nothing classy at all. The whole ambience was loud and we couldn’t even talk without yelling at each other over the small dinning table. The view of course was good but it has nothing to do with them whatsoever. Overall, nothing really special and an utter disappointment. Food 6.5/10, ambience 5/10, service 6/10, value for money 6/10. Not an experience I wish to repeat.