Restaurants in Canary Wharf
After a long, hard day at the office, the last thing you want to do when you get home is cook. Thankfully, we have selected some of the best restaurants in Canary Wharf and put them all together into a handy little list, all for your benefit. Whether you're looking for somewhere host an afternoon client meeting, hold your office get together, meet a few friends after work or to treat that special someone to a night of cocktail-fuelled romance, you're in the right place. Take a gander at our list of the best restaurants in Canary Wharf, some of which might even be classed as the best restaurants in London.
Champions of the breakfast and brunch march, not only are The Breakfast Club here to quell all of your dining needs, visit them in the evening not only for a selection of cocktails and quirky interiors, there's also a roster of burgers and bites once the sun goes down.
Looking for some of the best pizza in Canary Wharf? We think you may have just stumbled across it. Join Pizza Pilgrims as they churn out ultimate bites alongside cool, industrial interiors, games to play on and plenty more.
Located on the 20th floor of the Collective, Mthr lies in the heart of Canary Wharf. Whether you're after swanky rooftop views, gorgeous cocktails or all-day dining, this sky-high spot has got a little bit of everything.
Ths Sipping Room is a crowd-pleasing Canary Wharf option; with cosy and snug interiors inside and a large outdoor terrace, the venue has considered all weathers. There's a long list of affordable cocktails and a short and sweet food menu.
Located in stumbling distance from Limehouse station, a short walk from the centre of Canary Wharf, this gorgeous pub and restaurant offers some of the finest views of the city. Settle in for some delicious food and few hand-crafted cocktails and let any work day stress roll of you.
From renowned sommelier Sunaina Sethi, The Pearson Room is a swish and delicious restaurant in Canary Wharf. Whether you're after a low-key business lunch catch-up or something for the evening, this spot ticks all the boxes.
Sunshine-yellow chairs, geometric tiles and quirky botanical touches, The Pagination is bringing style to Canary Wharf. The venue prides itself on offering something for everyone, from a quick lunch bite through to a impromptu date night.
Looking for a Canary Wharf restaurant that not only boasts history but some of the finest British bites? Decked in Victorian charm and some of the best wine in the business, head on down to Davy's for an indulgent night of casual dining, and high-end gastro plates.
Steps away from Canary Wharf station, Smollenskys is a bar and restaurant in Canary Wharf that caters to all tastes. Although the menu is best described as modern American, it boasts a few Mediterranean and oriental twists to offer an excellent selection of meat and fish dishes. Smollenskys Canary Wharf is also well known for its menu of classic and contemporary cocktails, fine Champagnes and impressive wine list.
Head to this bierhaus for a hearty meal of German classics alongside a stein or two. West India Quay's Munich Cricket Club serves a range of traditional Bavarian bites including five different types of schnitzel, their famous footlong bratwurst and curry wurst. Our pick? Their best-selling slow roasted pork knuckle with sauerkraut and dumplings.
Located in Churchill Place, this swanky restaurant and bar is both personal and professional; ideal for all events from client meetings through to after work drinks. There's a delicious food menu too, so you won't need to look far to wine and dine.
This beautiful bar and restaurant in Canary Wharf brings upscale al fresco dining to the heart of the city. Overlook the North Dock while dining on classic pub grub such as hearty burgers, warming pies and tasty charcuterie platters.
Canary Wharf is home to all-day dining destination Chai Ki, which resides in the heart of Crossrail Place. Serving a menu of experimental cooking from the Indian sub-continent its dishes range from breakfast to dinner with authentic ingredients and innovative techniques.
If you prefer to dine alfresco, then look no further than The Parlour, one of our recommended restaurants in Canary Wharf. Serving up a seasonally inspired menu alongside a 40-strong wine list for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Parlour is an ideal spot for any occasion. Undeniably versatile, this is one of the best restaurants in Canary Wharf for a client meeting, a spot of lunch with colleagues or even to catch up with over dinner and drinks.
Get off the main Canary Wharf drag to find Gun, a traditional and cosy Great British pub. With views over the O2, a great list of real ale and homely food options, this is a great choice for after-work schmoozing.
Head over to Reuters Plaza where The Alchemist has set up shop to bring you some of the most innovative drinks in the area. Fronting a stunning selection of theatrical cocktails, and some seriously stunning small plates to match, you can tuck into everything from Champagne and oysters, to beers and pork belly bites at this unique Canary Wharf restaurant.