Where to eat in Canary WharfWednesday 10 December 2014 by Joanna Lipska Over 80 restaurants and cafés line Canary Wharf’s waterside, overlooking the impressive skyline across the river Thames.
Where to eat
Jamie’s Italian is a hugely successful chain of restaurants from the renowned chef, and arrived in Canary Wharf before any other district in London. It offers authentic and rustic Italian food that is made with care but delivered without a fuss. Plus, it won’t burn a hole in your pocket like you might expect!
Set around the warmth and energy of a Robata (an open grill) in a relaxing environment of earthy and natural décor, Roka serves contemporary Japanese robatayaki cuisine overlooking the attractive Canada Square Park.
You’ll be instantly wowed by the visual impact of Gaucho, from the dazzling hanging chandeliers, to the prominent cow-print seats. Using the finest ingredients, you can experience delicious and authentic Argentinian cuisine from tremendously passionate staff.
Cat and Canary is a traditional pub that’s situated in a prime spot overlooking the impressive skyline of the Canary Wharf docklands, serving a great selection of ales and British food in authentic brass and wooden décor.
Want to find out more?
This is just a selection of the restaurants on offer in Canary Wharf, take a look here to see them all - then come and enjoy an evening at the beautifully lit docklands.
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