The most unique floating restaurants
Going out for dinner? The next time you think about choosing where to eat, why not pick from one of these very unique choices. Floating restaurants are becoming more and more popular, so we have complied a list of the some of the best floating restaurants around the world, providing a unique dining experience to its visitors.
PS TATTERSHALL CASTLE, London
The vessel was constructed in1934 and after nearly four decades of active operational duty, was respectfully discharged from its military obligation. Now anchored in London’s Thames River and this boat has been transformed into a very famous eatery and taproom.
RUSTAR DHOW, Dubai
Despite being a desert at large, the middle-eastern countries are well-known across the world for their constructional flair. The Rustar Floating Restaurant is a luxury dinner cruise operator in Dubai, offering dinner and entertainment - count us in!
JUMBO, Hong Kong
The Jumbo Floating Restaurant is one of Hong Kong's iconic Floating Palaces. Around since the 1950's, Jumbo is a multi-story structure, decorated in the traditional imperial Chinese style, and serve traditional food.
SALT & SILL, Sweden
Salt & Sill, Sweden’s first floating hotel with adjoining restaurant is located in the charming seaside town of Klädesholmen about an hour’s drive north of Gothenburg. This is one of the culinary highlights of a visit to this part of the country. You come here not only for the delicious cuisine but also for the intimate views of the bay and the rocky outcrops in the distance.
Say no more! We are convinced.