Harden's survey result
In the lobby of Canary Wharf’s top landmark, this is “a business restaurant primarily, so I don’t really rate the atmosphere” (“it’s too bland for anything else”). “However, it works perfectly for a meeting: breakfast and lunch menus are well thought out and the food well put together”. For its purpose “definitely one of the best restaurants in the Wharf”.
In the lobby of Canary Wharf’s most iconic building, it’s no surprise that this modern European outfit is geared towards business dining – a function it generally performs well. On Friday and Saturday nights, it caters for post-office excess with a “bottomless dinner”.
In the lobby of Canary Wharf’s main ’scraper, this prominently situated establishment provides a convenient business rendezvous, but is also praised for its “amazing bottomless weekend brunch”.
For a business lunch this two-year-old bar/brasserie, in the lobby of Canary Wharf’s main skyscraper, couldn’t have a better location; it’s “a bit of a goldfish bowl” however (which at night is “rammed with loud City types”), and the “pricey” food is “not as good as they think it is”.
|Wine per bottle||£24.50|
1 Canada Square, London, E14 5AB
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Last orders: 10.45 pm