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 that fizz, pop and bubble, this restaurant bar pairs its drinks with some seriously stunning small plates to match.
Restaurants in Canary Wharf
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. After taking care of busiiness, have a gander at our list of the best restaurants in Canary Wharf... some of which may even be classed as the best restaurants in London.
You can expect all the usual hallmarks of a Scoff & Banter restaurant in Canary Wharf, from the British menu to the curated wine list, all located opposite the O2 Arena. There's even a full sized American pool table, live entertainment and a pretty terrace to keep you coming back.
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.
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 to keep you entertained before and after eating.
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.
Get off the main Canary Wharf drag to find Gun, a traditional and cosy Great British pub serving classic seasonal dishes with impressive views to boot. Overlooking both the Thames and the O2, this is a great choice for after-work schmoozing with a couple of pints.
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.
If you prefer to dine alfresco, then look no further than The Parlour. Serving up a seasonal menu alongside a 40-strong wine list for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it's a top spot for a client meeting, a chilled lunch with colleagues or dinner and drinks with the after-work crowd.
Gaucho's Canary Wharf restaurant is an essential venture this summer, boasting spectacular river views in London from its panoramic dining room and leafy terrace. Perched within a prime dockland location, it's the perfect place to indulge in succulent steaks with clients, friends and dates.
With an all-day menu that's got you sorted from morning till night, No.35 Mackenzie Walk is a no-brainer when it comes to places to eat in Canary Wharf. The waterside eatery has also got a beautiful outdoor terrace for those summer months and an impressive drinks list.
The 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 yet sweet food menu of British seasonal dishes.
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 overlooking the gorgeous West India Quay.
Top 1 Forever is a Canary Wharf restaurant offering seasonal, fresh ingredients, mixed European dishes and Mediterranean seafood. Ideal for brunch, lunch, dinner, family celebrations or business meetings, this place;s fresh dishes caters to meat lovers, vegetarians and seafood addicts alike.
This quirky bar and restaurant in Canary Wharf brings upscale al fresco dining to the heart of the city with nods to its harbourside location. Overlook the North Dock while dining on classic pub grub such as hearty burgers, warming pies and tasty charcuterie platters.
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.
Boisdale of Canary Wharf is a two-floor restaurant overlooking Cabot Square. Comprising of a restaurant, oyster bar and grill, whisky bar, Cuban cigar library and live music venue, it's a quirky venue offering a night of high-end eating, drinking and entertainment under one roof.
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.
Wahaca's Terrace Bar provides a great view over the hustle and bustle of Canary Wharf. Perfect for summertime socialising, with plenty of indoor space for when the weather changes, it's vibrant decor is matched with mouthwatering Mexican-inspired food and drink.
Steps away from Canary Wharf station, Smollenskys is a bar and restaurant in Canary Wharf that caters to all tastes. The menu is best described as modern American, boasting a few unexpected twists on meat and fish dishes alongside classic cocktails, Champagne and wine.