A Season of
Explore global flavours at Canary Wharf
The holiday season is about so many things, but perhaps chief amongst them are the festive flavours. Around the world there are culinary traditions that offer nostalgia, adventure and discovery on a sensory level. This year, under the twinkling lights and against a backdrop of entertainment, Canary Wharf invites you to discover festive magic on a whole new level with a global gastronomic adventure.
Looking for something a bit different? Our activities offering is like nowhere else. Try some competitive gaming at the likes of Fairgame, Electric Shuffle, Clays and Platform. Get the adrenaline pumping with some fast-paced sport at Capital Karts and Padium. Or get your cultural fix at Illusionaries or Everyman Cinema.
When East Meets East
Taking you on a culinary tour across the largest continent in the world, from Indian soul food at Chai Ki to Japanese robatayaki at ROKA, this season brings you an Asian festive extravaganza. Visit Dishoom for a modern take on an old Iranian café from Bombay, Marugame Udon for the best place for hand-made udon noodles, and tuck into crispy, crunchy Korean fried chicken at Seoul Bird. Read more to discover some of the most popular Asian restaurants in Canary Wharf.
North, South or Central?
America is famous for big flavour and big opportunities when it comes to food, from a classic burger and fries at Patty&Bun, to a barbecue blow out at Big Easy or an energy boost from the sunshine state at Feels Like June. Representing those 50 states here in the heart of Canary Wharf are a host of restaurants upholding the culinary American dream.
Frosty Days and Sizzling Dishes
From the romance of Paris to the merriment of Germany’s markets and the festive cheer of London, Christmas in Europe is a winter wonderland of experiences. Now, you can travel here, there and everywhere without leaving Canary Wharf. Work up an appetite on the ice rink at Canada Square Park before treating those taste buds at some of the most popular places for European food in London, including Emilia’s Crafted Pasta, Humble Grape, Iberica and Mallow.
From Farm to Fork
Across the UK local communities are famous for their regional produce, from Cornish seafood to Devonshire clotted cream, Gloucestershire cheeses to English sparkling wines and much, much more. All these delicacies and seasonal, sustainable ingredients are cooking up a storm at some of Canary Wharf’s most popular foodie destinations – here are a few favourites for the best British food in London, including Blacklock, Fish Game, Hawksmoor and The Ivy in the Park.