Eating & Drinking
Family Feasts with something for everyone
Brimming with inspiration, Winter Lights is the perfect day out for the whole family, exploring the artistic installations and taking your pick from the many and varied places to rest and refuel. Canary Wharf’s food halls and restaurants give you the opportunity to go on a culinary journey around the world with family-friendly foodie experiences and destinations.
Sourdough sensation at Franco Manca
From Brixton Market to Crossrail Place, Franco Manca is the sourdough sensation that’s been taking London by storm since 2008. Seriously good value and even better taste, their minimum 20-hour slow-risen sourdough is the foundation on which their reputation has been built. Kids can choose a pizza, drink, and an ice cream for £7.75.
Food on the move at Subway
Subway has become synonymous with good food on the go, and those heading to Crossrail Place will find one of the chain’s signature stores ready to serve up fresh subs, sandwiches, salads and more. Their kids packs complete with a mini sub, Robinsons Fruit Shoot and a Bear Yoyo dried fruit snack are energy boosting and good value too.
Global gastronomy at Atrium Kitchen
Taking you on a culinary tour, Atrium Kitchen is the home of a wealth of Canary Wharf restaurants representing foodie experiences from around the world. From peri peri chicken at Nandos to Mediterranean fare at Gallio, Italian at Zizzi and wholesome Japanese noodles at Marugame Udon, discover a feast of options for the whole family.
Culinary journey at Wharf Kitchen
Out with the family and everyone’s in the mood for something different for dinner? The Wharf Kitchen is a vibrant market hall offering you a choice of foods from around the world. Choose from prime Argentine beef at the Argentinian Grill, on-the-go Greek cuisine at Smashing Plates, Californian poké bowls at Poké House, fried chicken at Thunderbird, authentic street food from Xi’an at Biang, and Indian street food at Indi-go.
Best burgers at Patty&Bun
Whether you want a plant-based patty or a classic burger and fries, Patty&Bun know everything there is to know about getting it right. Believing it all starts with the basics, here it’s all about the patty and the bun, as well as a quirky menu of creatively named classics like the ‘Hot Chic’ chicken burger, ‘Lambshank Redemption’, and the Portobello ‘Dig It’ Mushroom Burger.
Savour the spices at Dishoom
Bringing you Bombay-style comfort food with a contemporary twist, Dishoom invites you into the warmth of its bustling cafe-style space for an all-day menu of delicious dishes. From spiced chai hot drinks to a classic chicken tikka meal, small dishes like their lamb samosas made to an old family recipe and a side of okra fries, there’s something for the whole family.
Conscious cuisine at MMy Wood Wharf
This sustainable community market combines foodie favorites with a social conscience. From organic wines to iconic Badiani gelato, pizza and pasta, craft beers, coffee and more, it’s a chance to explore foods from around the globe. While you’re here, head to The TAM for live music ranging from Jazz and Blues to Neo Soul and open mics. There’s even a grocery store so you can take inspiring ingredients home with you.