Limehouse Marina has become the Jewel in the Crown of the British inland waterways network. Situated where the canal system meets the Thames, east of the bridges, it provides the ideal location for all river, canal and sea-going pleasure craft. The 90 berth marina with excellent modern facilities, has been established in the old Regent Canal Dock, one of London's earliest docks. Built in 1820 and preceded only by the East & West India Docks and the London Docks, it is the oldest dock still operating as originally planned. Berthing is available for yachts, motor cruisers and narrow boats.
Tai Pan offers authentic Chinese cuisine Whatever type of occasion, formal, parties or you're a regular - Tai Pan has all the ingredients to make your celebration a success. A Five times winner of the 'Dockland's Good Food Awards'', including great service. Sit back and relax with family and friends at Tai Pan.
The Unlimited Eating Experience Choose From Our Extensive Menu Everything Cooked To Order Adult £14.50 per person Children under 12 £7.50 per peson Drinks Not Included
Cafe Rajistan is a modern fully air conditioned restaurant on the fringes of London Docklands.
It boasts a fabulous menu of the finest cuisine from Southern India, and we strive to provide our customers with a new and innovative style of cuisine, using only the very best ingredients we always use the freshest and finest produce available.
The restaurant has been established since 2000. It is an ideal venue for a host of occasions, from a romantic dinner for two to a corporate dinner party.
Our chef has many years experience and won the Tower Hamlets Curry Competition in the year 2000. Cafe Rajistan has enjoyed a wealth of publicity and has succeeded in placing itself firmly on the culinary map.
Cafe Rajistan is it is not just dining it's an experience
At Moshi Moshi, we believe in the fundamental principles of Japanese culinary tradition. We use only the freshest seasonal ingredients to create food which is bold in its simplicity. Nothing is overcooked; there are only degrees of rawness. It is a way of preparation which respects what we eat and keeps it close to its natural essence.
It is said that the sudden freshness of Japanese cuisine captures the attention like a whisper in the midst of shouts. Simplicity, quality and artistry: ideals which have kept us at the forefront of Japanese dining in Britain. Welcome to Moshi Moshi, Britain's original conveyor-belt sushi bar.
Booty's Riverside Bar was established in 1979 by Mr Dennis Booty, who as a succesful professional boxer and local entrepeneur. It was his inspiration to turn a derelict hole into the bar that it is today. For the last six years Booty's has been run by local host John Fell, who brings with him a wealth of experience in the licence trade.
Along with its abundance of history, traditional decor, old prints and maps of the area, Booty's has the location to match. Situated on the route of the London marathon, with the advantage of a spectacular view over the River Thames. So sit back, enjoy the surroundings and keep your eyes open - you never know who you might spot at Booty's !