Aug 02, 2022
The Best Restaurants in Canary Wharf: A Foodie's Guide
If you're looking for a delicious meal out, Canary Wharf is the place to be. With so many amazing restaurants to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start. That's why we've put together this foodie's guide to the best eateries in the area. From Italian classics to Asian fusion and everything in between, there's something for everyone here! Read on to discover the best Canary Wharf restaurants.
Let's do Brunch!
You can’t beat tucking into a delicious brunch with family or friends. Canary Wharf London is the perfect place to brunch to your heart’s content. With a wide variety to choose from, there’s something for everyone.
Caravan Canary Wharf branch
The reason to go to Caravan in the morning is not just because of the delicious freshly roasted craft coffee. Every day of the week, Caravan can provide all your breakfast requirements with a weekday breakfast menu and a weekend brunch menu. There are lots of well-travelled dishes to pick from, including chorizo and potato hash and vanilla pancakes.
Pergola On The Wharf
On Saturdays, Pergola’s beautiful Wharf side perch plays host to a bottomless brunch for hedonists looking for a proper party with DJs playing the finest feel-good hits, samba dancers bringing the music to life and plenty of happy people enjoying the weekend the right way. Indulge in bottomless prosecco, Bloody Marys, mimosas, punch or Aperol Spritz for 2 sweet hours.
No35 Mackenzie Walk
The cafe serves a full breakfast daily from 9 a.m., with all day brunch on Saturdays and Sundays including Caravan coffee, cold pressed juices, house eggs, rice bowls, and tacos. Upgrade to bottomless brunch and start your weekend off right at their lovely waterfront location, with free flowing drinks and the music to match it.
The Ivy in the Park
The Ivy in the Park is a welcome addition to Canary Wharf's dining scene. There are two outside terraces with views of a vibrant green space, providing the ideal setting for brunch in the fresh air during the summer months. Expect delectable dishes such as The Ivy full breakfast, hot buttermilk pancakes with fresh berries and a warm strawberry sauce and avocado benedict.
Al fresco dining anyone?
There's no better place to be than Canary Wharf, especially when the sun is out. Make the most of your stay and enjoy drinks and meals outdoors. We have everything you need for a wonderful summer in Canary Wharf, whether you're visiting every day or for the first time. The selections of al fresco are located around the estate from Canada Place, India Quay and West India Quay.
Ibérica La Terraza
Ibérica's summer dining destination is always a favourite. Enjoy authentic Spanish cuisine and sip one of their famous gin and tonics. With a range of sharing dishes, it's the perfect place to enjoy lunch or dinner with friends.
Yolé Ice Cream
With Yolé, you may enjoy ice cream and frozen yoghurt that is sweet without the sugar. The ice cream is made from 100% natural ingredients and is available in a wide range of flavours.
Plateau Restaurant, Bar and Grill
Grab a cocktail or two out on the Plateau's own terrace, or enjoy their Champagne and oyster bar in Canada Square Park. With beautiful views of the skyline, it's the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by.
Wahaca Mexican Street Kitchen
The Wahaca burrito van serves a taste of Mexico to Canary Wharf. Street food at its finest, these burritos are made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients and are sure to tantalise your taste buds.
Bask in the feel-good tastes of the Mediterranean thanks to Gallio, where fresh flavours are the order of the day. Located in the heart of Crossrail Place, it's the perfect place to relax with family and friends.
The Lunch Market
This summer, the Lunch Market comes back to Montgomery Square to add a little excitement to your lunch break! Every Thursday, from 12noon to 3pm, stop by to try some of the most flavourful street food dishes from across the world and brighten your daily routine. With something new each week, the lunch market is not to be missed.
This unique pop-up bar is made from shipping containers and features outdoor seating, ideal for savouring its speciality coffee. If you're looking for a place to enjoy a quiet moment with a good book, this is the spot for you.
Relax in elegant surroundings overlooking Canada square, and sample Japanese cuisine while watching Canary Wharf's stunning cityscape. ROKA's menu offers a wide range of Japanese dishes, from sushi and sashimi to tempura and robata-grilled meats.
The firm favourites
There are plenty of top restaurants to choose from, but which one should you go for? Here's our pick of the firm favourites - the restaurants that always deliver great food, fantastic service and great reviews. You can't go wrong with any of these places!
Royal China Canary Wharf Riverside
Dim sum and Hong Kong Chinese cuisine are served in an attractive, contemporary Oriental dining room with a terrace overlooking the River Thames. The restaurant has an excellent reputation for the quality of its food.
Gaucho Canary Wharf
Gaucho is an Argentine steakhouse chain that offers a wide range of steaks, as well as seafood and vegetarian options. With stunning views of the river, it's the perfect place to enjoy a meal with friends or family.
Overlooking the city skyline, Boisdale is a lively restaurant and music venue serving modern British cuisine as well as a whisky bar, oyster bar & grill, and cigar library that serves modern British food and drinks.
The Pearson Room
The Pearson Room, a comfortable yet stylish eatery and cocktail bar, is located in the centre of Canary Wharf, away from the noise and bustle. Choose from modern European dishes using fresh and seasonal produce treated with respect. The ingredients are the star. There is as well an impressive selection of wine, beer, and cocktails.
Six by Nico
Six by Nico is a Scottish restaurant in London that serves a six-course tasting menu that changes every six weeks. The current menu features dishes such as langoustine ravioli and chicken ballotine. One hundred people can dine at once, with a main dining room and a 20-cover outside terrace that is conveniently located on the banks of the River Thames, offering lovely river views.
Wagamama is a popular chain restaurant that serves Japanese food such as ramen, curry, and rice bowls. The menu is reasonably priced and the food is served quickly, making it a good option if you're looking for a quick and easy meal.
Chai-Ki is an Indian-inspired restaurant that serves a range of street food and small plates. The menu includes dishes such as tandoori chicken, lamb chops, and seabass. The restaurant has a relaxed and casual atmosphere, making it the perfect place to enjoy a meal with friends or family.
Newbies to the Wharf - some opening soonGood news!
Canary Wharf is about to get even more exciting, with new restaurants and bars set to open in the coming months. So, whether you're looking for a quick lunch break or a romantic dinner date, these restaurants are not to be missed!
Hawksmoor Wood Wharf
Hawksmoor Wood Wharf is a great place to enjoy a few drinks and a delicious meal with friends. The terrace has a beautiful view of the wharf and nearby wildfowl, and the sun loungers are a nice touch. You can order a few drinks and snacks at the Lowback Bar, which are reasonably priced. The only downside is that the music can be a bit too loud at times.
Shutters is an ever-changing restaurant and bar, located on the ground floor of One Canada Square, which has been designed by Conran. You'll feel as though you've been transported to warmer climes with its feel-good food, which focuses on Cornish produce fresh from the sea and field prepared, cooked, and inspired by Southern California.
MMy Wood Wharf
MMy Wood Wharf specializes in artisanal, natural, and sustainable cuisine in a community market style, working with local entrepreneurs who care as much about sustainability, quality, traceability, and ethical production as it does. For delectable burgers, handcrafted pasta, Chinese street food, delicious gelato, and even a jazz club!
Nick Philpot, the founder of Yolk restaurant chain, was bored with flavourless chains and bland staples; he wanted a takeaway service that didn't compromise on excitement. After years of pop-ups and hundreds of test kitchen hours, the team is now opening its third Yolk in Cabot Place, serving fine fast food at its finest. The menu offers all-day breakfast, brunch, and lunch with an array of hot items, including pancakes, waffles, eggs any style, and signature dishes. There's also a range of sandwiches, salads, and sides available to order.
Fraser Place Canary Wharf is moments away from all the foodie action and excellent venues. So why not come and stay with us? You can always order a take away and eat it in your serviced apartment, or savour it on your balcony overlooking the marina. We hope this guide has helped you find the best restaurants in Canary Wharf to suit your taste. If you have any other recommendations, please reach out on Instagram @fraserplacecanarywharf.
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