Italian Restaurants in Canary Wharf
1. Vapiano Italian restaurant in Canary Wharf Cabot Square - E14
2017 Review: “Love the concept but it can be a scrum at the counters!” This global Italian fast-food franchise, (founded in Hamburg, with UK branches in Soho, Southwark and Fitzrovia) offers a food court format with salads, pizza or pasta prepared in front of you. It can be a bit of a bun-fight, but it’s cheap, and “the food quality is generally good”.
2. ObicÃ Italian restaurant in Canary Wharf 1 West Wintergarden, 35 Bank St - E14
This Rome-based chain is inspired by Japanese sushi-bars and serves “tasty small plates of Italian food”. The five “efficiently run” London branches, from South Ken to Canary Wharf, provide a “surprisingly good experience… so long as you like mozzarella or burrata”.
3. Zizzi Italian restaurant in Canary Wharf 33 Westferry Circus - E14
2015 Review: “Unexceptional” and “unsophisticated” it undoubtedly is, but this “pleasant” kid-friendly pizza-’n’-pasta chain is still generally rated a “useful, if unspectacular, standby”.
4. Carluccio’s, Reuters Plaza Italian restaurant in Canary Wharf 2 Nash Court - E14
2015 Review: “Pleasant” enough to look at, this faux-Italian chain also offers a “great range of breakfast items” and “makes a big fuss of kids” too – otherwise, the formula often seems “very stale” nowadays.
5. Jamie’s Italian Italian restaurant in Canary Wharf 2 Churchill Pl - E14
“Jamie get out!” – “you can do better” than this “dreadful, truly dreadful” Italian chain that “used to be enjoyable, but has gone downhill badly” and is “not much better, perhaps no better than school dinners” nowadays.
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