Obicà Mozzarella Bar is a group of casual and contemporary Italian restaurants.
With its friendly welcoming atmosphere, Obicà offers a genuine Italian dining experience centered on the freshest Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP paired with other authentic products from Italy’s rich regional heritage.
The philosophy of Obicà is summed up in the concept of Food to share, the pleasure of sharing good food with family and friends.
At Obicà the focus is on fresh and high-quality ingredients, that you can discover and taste in pasta dishes and pizza, salads, panini and desserts. All ingredients come from carefully selected suppliers, to offer you the best of Italian food culture.
The Obicà experience is completed by a selection of Italian wine labels and original cocktails, made with the best spirits.
Started in Italy in 2004, today Obicà has restaurants in international gateway cities such as Rome, Milan, Florence, London, New York and Tokyo where it continues to delight fans of fine Italian food wherever it opens.
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Exclusive locations, contemporary style
Located in iconic places in the city centres, the Obicà restaurants are characterized by a pure, warm and inspiring design: every detail contributes to develop a convivial and contemporary environment where to share our specialties.
Our highly trained staff guarantees an attentive and accurate service: in every Obicà our guests always feel warmly welcomed and can enjoy their stay at best.
Located in the heart of London’s business and financial district, one minute’s walk away from Canary Wharf Jubilee Line and Heron Quays DLR Station, Obicà Canary Wharf is set in a stunning glass atrium with a water side outdoor terrace.
Obicà Mozzarella Bar, Pizza e Cucina Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Being in the atrium of an office building doesn't make for the most atmospheric venue but the food was great and felt quite authentically Italian."
Harden's survey result
This international chain has three London representatives – in Soho, the City and Canary Wharf – and focuses on light Italian dishes (pizza, pasta and salads) showcasing the eponymous cheese from Campania alongside other Italian produce; plus a range of cocktails and wines. A good spot “for post-work drinks and nibbles”.
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