PS Tatter shall Castle- is a former British World War ship. The vessel was constructed in the year 1934 and after nearly four decades of active operational duty, it was respectfully discharged from its military obligation. Presently the ship is anchored in London’s Thames River and functions as a very famous eatery and taproom.
.Petit Vardo- A South-African drifting eatery marvel, the Petit Vardo is a flatboat-converted-restaurant in the River Vaal. The restaurant’s highlight is during the evening hours when it is brightly lit and brilliant in its radiance.
Sea Palace- this restaurant is located in the Dutch capital of Amsterdam. A Chinese restaurant, the Sea Palace is built in the traditional Chinese architecture and is regarded to be the first Chinese construction of its kind in the Netherlands.
Salt & Sill- is a minimalist 23-room barge that also serves as a top-notch seafood restaurant specializing in herring and fresh local produce. All 23 rooms have their own outdoor seating areas, but the hotel’s sole suite has an extra-enticing benefit: a private roof-top jacuzzi. The hotel’s location on the lake, by the way, is not a gimmick: the adjacent land simply didn’t have any room.
Sea Palace- Is Europe’s first floating Chinese restaurant, and is located near Central Station in Amsterdam. Its pagoda-style exterior is definitely not a sight you would expect to see in Amsterdam, but floating Chinese restaurants like Sea Palace are actually not uncommon in Europe.
Nusa Penida Island Floating Restaurant- Just off the small island of Nusa Penida, which is it located near Indonesia’s Bali Island, is this cool-looking floating restaurant. The massive pontoon restaurant can be found just off Toya Pakeh beach.
Restaurants of Cat Ba Bay- Is home to several floating restaurants, which make for an interesting sight as they bob in the water alongside floating homes and fishing boats. Most of them are, of course, seafood restaurants.