If you've been to any of London Shell's pop-ups, you'll know that it's good news that this enthusiastic bunch of foodies have signed a deal to open a permanent restaurant in London. However, it's not bricks and mortar - more wood and steel. They'll be launching a floating restaurant on the Regent’s Canal at Paddington with dinner either moored up or on the move.
As you might expect from such a watery location, the menu focuses on seasonal seafood.
Giles Coren once called it "a staggering find: big, grown-up, lots of wood, but light and jolly with just a hint of foreign battles". Now Paddington's famous Frontline restaurant is having a major facelift.
If you haven't heard of the place before, it may be because this is the restaurant of a member's club (although it's always been open to the public). The Frontline Club is, as they describe themselves, "an internationally regarded watering hole for well-
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