EXTENDED DUE TO HIGH DEMAND! SAVE 20% on Thursday nights in September when quoting SEPTEMBER20 at the time of booking. Offer is valid 5,12,19 and 26 September only.
Please note, this offer does not apply to our exclusive dine product.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
Two Rivers is one of Hull's most unique restaurants and is located in the heart of the aquarium. Enjoy an evening with friends and family, a romantic dinner or celebrate a special occasion whilst surrounded by some of Europe's best aquatic displays. Choose from our sumptuous menu of locally sourced and sustainable ingredients, then take your time exploring the exhibits on the main floor of the attraction throughout your evening.
Two Rivers Restaurant opens Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 7pm, subject to availability and private hire. The bar closes at 11pm and guests asked to depart by 11:30pm. View the menu for June to November here.
Vegetarian, gluten and dairy free options are available as marked on the menu. For additional dietary requirements, please contact us as we may be able to offer additional dishes to suit your needs by prior arrangement. Full allergen details can be provided on request.
Two Rivers Restaurant welcomes families, however we ask that children are supervised at all times and that all guests are respectful of other diners. You can see our children's menu here (suitable for children up to age 12). Please let us know when booking if children are included in your party.
The seating arrangements in the restaurant are bespoke each evening and we do not take requests for tank side seating. It is a popular enquiry as many guests chose to visit us to celebrate a special occasion. In order to make the seating as fair as possible, tank side tables are allocated in date order of reservation with the first bookings placed given priority. All tables are located in view of the tank windows.
The restaurant is located within The Deep exhibition with varied exhibits open. During the course of the evening, guests have the opportunity to view the displays in their nocturnal environment, with the lighting levels in the tanks dimming throughout the evening until approximately 9pm when our Curator insists on ‘lights out’ so that the animals can have their rest for the night! Please note guests are not able to view the penguins during visits to the restaurant.
FOR PARTIES OF 30 OR MORE - in the case of large groups of 30 or more, some dishes on the menu may not be available, but our team will be able to advise you on this.
We are pleased to be able to offer an accessible dining experience to all our guests at the Two Rivers restaurant. The Deep's mobility aids (wheelchairs, electric scooters), ear defenders, additional staff assistance and large print menus are available as well as familiarisation visits in advance of a reservation.
See what some of our customers think about Two Rivers below:
What an experience! We were celebrating my son passing exams. The party was aged 23-78 years old and we all absolutely loved it.June 2019
The staff were friendly and welcoming and the service was attentive but unobtrusive. The food very good, but the backdrop was fantastic.
Loved it. Thanks to all for a memorable night.
Everything we experienced with Two Rivers has been great, first class customer service when booking a table ...then having to cancel and reschedule due to illness, first class service from the bar and the wait staff, time between courses was just right, enough to savour the previous course and enough to go and have a wander around. The food was outstanding, perfectly cooked and served, portion sizes were good. A very intimate space with a wonderful atomosphere. 100% recommended.March 2019
WAn amazing evening. Superb service from start to finish from our server Amber. Nothing was rushed or pressured. The food was fabulous. Every mouthful a delicious taste sensation. And to have a table right beside the tank of turtles, sharks and a wide variety of other fish while you're eating dinner was incredible. Looking forward to seeing you again!Febuary 2019