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Love to eat out and fancy trying something different? Then this is the perfect experience. We have searched the UK for the most unusual, novel and quirky eating experiences, be it the location, the building, the food, the entertainment or all four.
Each restaurant we have chosen offers you something new to try which is sure to be an experience to remember and is perfect for any adventurous food lover!
This experience entitles two people to a delicious two or three-course meal at a carefully selected restaurant. The number of courses and type of food varies according to the restaurant you choose, and the variety has something to suit any taste. You will, of course, have the opportunity to purchase drinks or other courses to accompany your meal when you visit.
Please note, at the London Bateaux you will be served an afternoon tea for two.
This experience is available Monday to Sunday, subject to availability, throughout the year.
This experience will last approximately 2 hours.
This voucher is valid for two people.
You're welcome to bring friends and family, however they will need to pay for themselves.
The minimum age is 18 years. Please note the minimum age for the Reading location is 25 years.
If you have any dietary requirements, please check to see if there is an alternative on booking.
Please note this voucher can only be redeemed in the listed restaurants and not as payment for or towards any other items.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
Stacey from Customer Service, August 2018
We were advised to arrive 15 minutes before the boat departed and the captain greeted us at the door. When we entered the boat, a hostess showed us to our table, where we were asked for our choice of tea. The teas ranged from earl grey to peppermint or spiced tea, there really was something for everyone!
The boat then departed and a pianist started playing soothing background music to well-known songs. Throughout the cruise we were able to go up to the observation desk for a unique view of London’s sky line.
The afternoon tea was served on three tiers. The first tier was a variety of sandwiches, the second tier included a range of deserts and our top tier was homemade Cornish scones accompanied with jam and clotted cream.
The staff were polite, friendly and attentive throughout the cruise and additional food was offered if we ran low.
The Bateaux is directly outside of the Embankment underground tube station and bring your camera along as there is many photo opportunities to be taken.