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Atop Canada Place, opposite One Canada Square tower, this D&D London operation is well-known to denizens of Canary Wharf as one of its top expense-account destinations, thanks not least to its stunning views across the development. Those not slaving in the local money mills are less inclined to make the trip (except perhaps for brunch), but Jeremy Trehout’s modern European cuisine is consistently well-rated this year. Top Tip – the adjoining grill is cheaper than the main restaurant.
A brilliant view, from a location convenient for Canary Wharf worker-bees, is the pull to this “reliable” business-friendly outfit from D&D London. Opinion is split on the food: some praise “Jeremy Trehout’s French classicism overlaid with British-European modernism” while others find it “boring” and “expensive”. Top Tip: “stick to the bar and grill and you can be in/out in an hour at a reasonable price”.
Spectacular cityscape views have always established this D&D London operation as one of the “go-to business lunch venues in Canary Wharf”. It still take occasional knocks for being “overpriced”, but Chef Jeremy Trehout’s “great French cooking” won consistent praise this year.
With its prime Canary Wharf perch offering splendid views of Docklands, this D&D London operation is first-and-foremost “a great place to take clients”, if not an especially inspired one. After hours, look out for special evening offers.
|Wine per bottle||£30.00|
4th Floor, Canada Sq, London, E14 5ER
lunch noon - 3 pm, dinner till 10 pm
Last orders: 10.30 pm