Added 20 September, 2013
London restaurant is the world's first to operate on hydroelectricity
Both foodies and green living aficionados should head to London's Waterhouse, situated on the bank of Regent’s Canal. Specializing in seasonal dishes, with a decent wine list, the restaurant is powered by electricity that's generated hydroelectrically, right on site. The water powers the kitchen's deep fryers and electric stove, as well as the dining room's heating and cooling systems. The restaurant is operated by the Shoreditch Trust a charitable organization committed to helping disadvantaged people in the most deprived local areas.
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