Eating & Drinking
Dancing City Dining
Canary Wharf is just the place for delicious dining spots. From much-loved, renowned restaurants and the best summer terraces to brand new openings and foodie favourites, whatever kind of meal you’re looking for, you’ll find it right here.
Caravan’s weekend brunch can be devoured, inside or outside in Reuters Plaza near the water of Middle Dock, from 9am all the way through to 4pm; coffee first, one of Caravan’s specialties, followed by a mouth-wateringly eclectic menu that makes it hard to choose. At Dishoom, until 11.45am every day, enjoy seriously satisfying cooked breakfasts, ranging from Parsi omelettes or Iranian cafe staple Akuri to the Big Bombay or Dishoom’s famous naan rolls; add a chai or lassi into the mix while you’re enjoying the double-height interior inspired by 1970s Bombay. The plant-based movement across London is picking up pace and Mallow’s dishes are sustainable, local sourcing, minimal waste and veggie creations that are as beautifully presented and flavoursome as they are inventive. Visit for brunch dishes that include black forest chocolate pancakes, crème brulee brioche toast and their take on the full English!
- All Day Foodie Favourites
If you’re looking for truly excellent food during your visit, take your pick from Canary Wharf’s top restaurants. ROKA never disappoints with its creative Japanese robatayaki and out-of-this-world sushi. When it comes to the latter, Sticks‘n’Sushi believes in catering to everyone: fish lovers can devour traditional sushi while dining companions not as sure about sushi can enjoy yakitori – chicken, lamb, beef and vegetable skewers – from the grill. New to the Wharf is Blacklock – an ode to the traditional London chophouse. Having started in Soho, the brand is a foodie favourite and their Canary Wharf location promises all-new, never-before-seen dishes. It’s unpretentious and ultra tasty.
- Family Friendly Options
There’s a wide array of options for family friendly dining in Canary Wharf. For finger-licking crispy chicken with healthy sides, head to Seoul Bird, where chef Judy Joo specialises in double-fried Korean-style chicken. Bringing the spirit of Mexico to the UK, visit Wahaca for a taste of Latin America with its tacos, quesadillas and burritos. Make sure you leave room for its churros – crispy sugared doughnuts – that come with a decadent hot chocolate dipping sauce. Zizzi is a firm family favourite with their extensive menu of Italian food with a twist. With flavoursome pizzas, creamy pastas and show-stopping desserts, there’s something for everyone, including the fussiest of eaters