Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in London Canary Wharf
Hardens guides have spent 25 years compiling reviews of the best Canary Wharf restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 23 restaurants in Canary Wharf and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Canary Wharf restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
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1. Rocket Canary Wharf Mediterranean restaurant in Canary Wharf 2 Churchill Pl - E14
Located in the heart of the Canary Wharf business district with amazing views, fresh food, delicious unique Neopolitan Pizza & Californian style grills & salads.
We have a ground floor bar & heated terrace serving fresh cocktails, beers, wines and Champagne. In our 1st floor re...
2. Boisdale of Canary Wharf Scottish restaurant in Canary Wharf Cabot Pl - E14
Boisdale of Canary Wharf is a critically acclaimed British restaurant providing an eclectic environment in which to celebrate the very best of Britain's heritage through food and drink as well as to enjoy live music, one of the world's leading whisky collections and exceptional w...
3. Goodman Steaks & grills restaurant in Canary Wharf 3 South Quay - E14
“Carnivore heaven” – these “macho” haunts are “the best of the upmarket steak chains” (significantly out-gunning Hawksmoor this year), and “superb for old-school business lunches”. The steaks of course are “not cheap”, but “huge”, “cooked to perfection”, and served with “great truffle chips”. Other attractions include the “interesting specials board with rare cuts”, plus “excellent wines at fair mark-ups”.
4. Roka Japanese restaurant in Canary Wharf Unit 4, Park Pavilion, 40 Canada Sq - E14
“Stunning” sushi and “exquisite robatayaki” again win acclaim for this venerated and recently-expanded Japanese-fusion group (whose Charlotte Street original is the best of the bunch). Enthusiasm dipped a little this year, however, with gripes that the newer siblings in particular seem more “noisy” and “corporate”.
5. Ibérica Spanish restaurant in Canary Wharf 12 Cabot Sq - E14
These “cool-ish” modern Spaniards offer an “inexpensive and delicious” selection of tapas; “for a fairly quick business lunch” the E14 branch is one of the Wharf’s better options, and the “large” and “lively” Clerkenwell outlet is perhaps their best opening yet. A further outpost opened in Victoria as this guide went to press.
6. The Gun British, Modern restaurant in Canary Wharf 27 Coldharbour - E14
This “quaint riverside tavern has so much charm and history” – not to mention a big terrace, and fab river views over to the O2 – and makes “a refreshing escape from Canary Wharf” (a short walk away); “the food’s fancy for a pub, if not quite in the upper echelons for a gastropub”.
7. Sticks'n'Sushi Japanese restaurant in Canary Wharf Crossrail Pl - E14
“Does what it says on the tin pretty well” – this “odd Asian/Scandi concept” (sushi with a Danish twist) wins consistent praise for its “inventive interpretation of dishes” and “gorgeous cocktails”; by the standards of Wimbledon, Greenwich or E14, it’s quite “scene-y” too.
8. Plateau French restaurant in Canary Wharf 4th Floor, Canada Sq - E14
“My go-to place for a business meal in Canary Wharf” is how many E14 worker bees think of D&D London’s elevated vantage-point (“lovely views” of Docklands), despite its “hard furnishings” and food that’s “good not great”. Top Menu Tip – “super dinner-time special offers”.
9. Royal China Chinese restaurant in Canary Wharf 30 Westferry Circus - E14
“If you love Hong Kong, you’ll feel right at home” at these “wonderfully garish” Cantonese stalwarts, which attract “overwhelming queues” to enjoy what many fans consider “the best dim sum in London”; service, though, is of the “couldn’t-give-a-fig” variety.
10. Relais de Venise L’Entrecôte Steaks & grills restaurant in Canary Wharf 18-20 Mackenzie Walk - E14
“A very simple concept that works every time” – this Gallic steakhouse chain offers little choice – you get “a rather tasty green salad”, steak with secret sauce, “addictive fries”, and second helpings if needed; the setting is “bustling”, but “brusque-verging-on-rude” service can leave branches feeling “soulless”.
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