A Charming Waterside Cafe in Little Venice

THE WATERSIDE CAFE IS SET IN A NARROWBOAT IN THE IDYLLIC LITTLE VENICE:

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Waterside Cafe in Little Venice

Shortly after arriving at Little Venice, we spot the Waterside Cafe. This idyllic cafe is situated on a narrowboat moored in picture-postcard Little Venice at the junction of the Grand Union and Regent’s Canals.

Decorated with baskets of hanging flowers, the charming narrowboat looks inviting so we decide to go in for a drink. There are outdoor quayside tables, but on this occasion it’s a good opportunity to be in one of the iconic canal boats that are so familiar on Regent’s Canal.

Great Range of Snack Foods

This floating cafe has heating for the cold weather and airconditioning for summer.   The Cafe serves hot breakfasts and has on offer a range of sandwiches, paninis, jacket potatoes with various fillings, Ploughman’s lunch, plus daily specials.  You can also get cakes, hot and cold drinks, as well as other snacks.

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In the Waterside Cafe with Linda and Neil

The Waterside cafe is actually no more than five minutes’ walk from Paddington Station, so it’s easy for anyone wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of city life to get here and enjoy a coffee or light meal in this picturesque and tranquil part of London.

The cafe is open daily from 9 am – 5 pm (sometimes earlier, or sometimes later in the summer).

Jason’s Trip is nearby and you can catch the waterbus for a pleasurable canal cruise up to Camden Lock.

See more photos of the Waterside Cafe and Little Venice Here.

Address:
Waterside Cafe
Warwick Crescent
Little Venice
London, W2 6NE
Tel: 020 7266 1066

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