Jamie's Italian in Canary Wharf is a dynamic open-plan Italian restaurant that's always buzzing with activity. It's a great location for anything from a casual dinner with friends or a business lunch to an intimate meal or a big celebration. Plus, when the weather’s nice our beautiful outdoor terrace is the perfect spot for watching the world go by with a nice cold glass of Prosecco and some nibbles.
Discover London and its vibrant Canary Wharf district from the London Marriott Hotel West India Quay. Sitting boldly above Canary Wharf and its captivating array of international business, chic shops, restaurants, pubs and wine bars, our five-star London hotel provides an unforgettable experience. Located just 11 minutes from London City Airport, our Canary Wharf London hotel is perfect for blending work and play. Rugby fans will enjoy easy access to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which will host several matches of the Rugby World Cup 2015. Guests also enjoy easy access to ExCel and The O2 from our stylish offering of guest rooms and suites. All accommodations boast smart designs with contemporary work areas, high-speed wireless Internet, flat screen TVs and laptop safes for the ultimate in comfort and productivity. On-site amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness suite ideal for relaxing after a long day, and the Manhattan Grill where classic steakhouse fare provides a delightful dining experience.
The O2 is nearby, only one stop away on the Jubilee Line, the perfect location if you’re heading to catch a concert and want to avoid the crowds! Whether it’s a full English breakfast you fancy, a light salad for lunch, or one of our amazing sharing platters for dinner with friends… there’s really no reason for you to leave the bar at all!
Smollensky’s Bar is a laid-back, American-style haunt where you can enjoy the best bagels and cocktails on the Wharf.
Our quick and easy bagels make for the perfect breakfast and lunch. With a wide range of sweet and savoury choices, there are options to suit all appetites.
Daytimes are not where it ends – evenings at Smollensky’s Bar are not to be missed. As the sun goes down, we step up the beat, playing the best in current music to keep the bar buzzing until late, with light bites available as the drinks flow.
We offer an enticing mix of contemporary cocktails, fine wine and chilled beer, all of which can be best enjoyed in our fabulous outside area on the Plaza.
Rum and Sugar is the latest Restaurant/Bar to open at Canary Wharf, located in a historical Rum warehouse at West India Quay, we pride ourselves on locally sourced British produce, premium rums, mojitos and bottled beer from Central America and beyond.
The Rum and Sugar Team will be pleased to welcome you to sample our food, peruse the wine list over a mojito, or simply sip a cold beer as you watch the sun go down on our outside terrace.
With the added advantage of being located in the Museum of London Docklands, we are able to provide meeting rooms and seminar space all within the realms of the Museum. So why not contact us and have your cocktail party surrounded by the historical features of the 1800's.
While we’re re-styling the pub, we’re re-stocking too. So, on your first visit to The Tea Merchant, you can expect to find an exceptional range of drinks including our new draught lager, Kozel, a new wine list and a super selection of spirits. Look out for the tea-infused gin!
The Tea Merchant will launch in September with a superb seasonal menu featuring small sharer plates, pub classics with a fresh twist and fast lunch-time dishes for a tasty trip out of the office. Settle into one of our stylish new booths and enjoy fresh food all day.
Located on the waterfront, Hazev offers an oasis of Anatolian cuisine at its finest in the heart of the financial district.
The stunning venue combines a stylish bar, elegant restaurant and an inviting, quick-serve café and deli – thus allowing us to cater for any occasion.
And with the versatility to provide complete venue hire, private dining and a collection/delivery* service, Hazev simply invites you to enjoy...
Hazev is the first collaboration between the ‘Tas’ Restaurant Group and the ‘Haz’ Restaurant Group, who between them control 10 restaurants within Central London. As such, we adhere to the same set of principles that has already made these groups so successful and draw from a wealth of experience that has been accumulated over the last decade.
Our name derives from the Turkish words ‘haz’- meaning ‘enjoyment’ – and ‘ev’ – meaning ‘home’, and in creating ‘hazev’ we hope to provide our guests with a dining experience infused with the comfort and indulgence associated with both.
Boasting a stunning outdoor terrace, Brodie’s Bar & Kitchen is a hot spot for al fresco drinking and eating, whilst the glass-fronted bar and cool urban interior provide a laid-back lunchtime setting.
Daytime isn’t where it ends, though; evenings at Brodie’s Bar & Kitchen are not to be missed – as the sun goes down, we step up the beat, playing the best in current music to keep the bar buzzing until late, with light bites and sharing platters available as the drinks flow.
Providing first-class service, bookable tables for lunch or evening drinks, private hire options for bespoke events, and a superb selection of food and drink to suit all tastes, Brodie’s Bar & Kitchen offers simply one of the best bar and eating out experiences in Canary Wharf.
The Pearson Room is a casual yet sophisticated restaurant and cocktail bar serving an eclectic all day menu and cocktails inspired by the seasons. The full menu is available throughout the bar, lounge and dining areas; perfect for long lunches or after-work drinks that continue into the night.
The interior draws inspiration from a broad description of a 1950’s stylised Hitchcock approach to design; born from an era in which the traditional attitudes of the time were challenged and that have endured in the decades to come and right up to the present day. With heritage leather seating, a large zinc bar and stunning vistas over looking Canada Square, the atmosphere is one of easy-going indulgence, combining a stylish and cosy design.
The Pearson Room owes its name to the eminent Canadian Nobel Prize winning Canadian Statesman, Lester B. Pearson. We offer an atmosphere that is vibrant and bustling, yet still personal, playful and welcoming, creating an environment that is suitable to individual needs and offers a new experience on every visit.
Friendly bar serving fresh food with a great selection of ales and craft beer. we have D J's playing every Thursday and Friday from 7:30 pm.
Great place to watch sports with two big screens three TVs showing sky and bt sports
Step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality.
Our pubs heritage is bound up with Canary Wharf, part of the West India Docks, the finest of the enclosed docks once vital to the Port of London. Henry Addington was the First Viscount Sidmouth and Prime Minister between 1801 and 1804. He enjoyed the favour of George III because, as a doctor, he had treated him through one of his bouts of madness.
The Henry Addington is one of many rare gems in the Nicholson's collection of great British pubs, reputed for their distinctive buildings, intriguing history and vibrant atmosphere.
Our state-of-the-art digital projection facilities make presenting on the big screen easy. All cinemas have plug and play access so your event, whether it be a simple presentation, product launch, AGM or Conference, can turn into a Hollywood blockbuster with the click of a button. Our in-house technicians offer support and our equipment and auditoriums can easily integrate extra AV, staging and theming requirements.
Genesis Cinema is a family run, independent cinema and arts venue situated in London’s vibrant East End. Genesis is committed to exhibiting the best in independent and mainstream cinema, supporting local artists and filmmakers, and providing an enjoyable and valuable cinematic and artistic experience for the local community.
The British Music Experience was a permanent exhibition, taking up more than 20,000 square feet, installed into The O₂ Bubble, part of The O₂ in Greenwich, London. Opened with a private concert by The View in March 2009, it featured a retrospective look at the British music industry since 1944. The museum closed on 30 April 2014 and announced it was looking for a new home.
Spearheaded by music mogul Harvey Goldsmith, designed by Land Design Studio and funded by The O₂ owners AEG, BME was created to fill a gap in the UK Heritage sector for Rock and Pop Music. Previously, the National Centre for Popular Music in Sheffield had attempted to achieve this but failed to attract visitors and was eventually closed.
The British Music Experience has been set up as a charitable trust and has been funded by £9.5m worth of investment from AEG who hope to recoup their costs within five years. Sponsorship agreements with The Performing Rights Society, Gibson Guitars and Sennheiser amongst others have helped establish the exhibition.
Sands Films is a successful independent film production company founded in 1975 by Richard Goodwin and Christine Edzard and established in Rotherhithe, South East London ever since. It occupies an early industrial warehouse originally build in the 1780's.
Sands Films is the company who made the acclaimed LITTLE DORRIT, in the late 80's with Alec Guinness and Derek Jacobi and a number of independent productions such as The Children's Midsummer Night Dream, some 20 years later. Sands Studios provide production facilities to many producers during their preproduction and rehearsal period, such as Jane Campion's “Bright Star”.
Sands Films is also an internationally renowned costumier providing costume rental and costume making to a long list of feature films. “Pride and Prejudice”, “Marie Antoinette”, “The Other Boleyn Girl”, “The Young Victoria”, “Bright Star” are all films , amongst many others, dressed by Sands. “Bel Ami” with Robert Pattinson and “Anonymous” with Vanessa Redgrave are examples of two films about to be released this year.
Sands Films directly employes some 30 people...
The Britannia International Hotel, London was one of the first Canary Wharf hotels, and is situated on the water's edge of the London Docklands and has superb views of the London skyline.
The International Hotel has the largest conference facilities within Canary Wharf hosting both residential and non-residential conferences. The International Hotel regularly hosts events in excess of 600 delegates with 13 conference rooms catering for meetings and events from 5 delegates to 600 delegates.
The Britannia International Hotel benefits from the city's excellent public transport system being only minutes walk from South Quay on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and Canary Wharf tube station on the Jubilee Line. The O2 Arena, London City Airport, Greenwich and the West End of London are all within easy reach. The hotel is located outside the congestion charge zone.
Ledger BuildingDistance: 0.1 miTourist Information 4 Hertsmere Road London, United Kingdom E14 4A
The only place to be seen in Canary Wharf! Great food Great real ale Great wine Great food Great service Great atmosphere Best prices in West India Quay, all day every day .. no gimmicks!
Billingsgate Seafood Training School is located on the first floor of Billingsgate Fish Market next to Canary Wharf, London
We are a charity, focused on promoting responsibly sourced seafood to young people as part of a healthy diet. We offer training to people coming into the seafood industry or who want to improve their understanding of it. To support our charitable activities, we have a wide range of courses for the general public aimed at increasing the knowledge of seafood amongst food lovers.
41 MillharbourDistance: 0.7 miTourist Information 41 Millharbour London, United Kingdom E14 9NA
Copenhagen PlaceDistance: 0.6 miTourist Information 86 Copenhagen Place London, United Kingdom E14 7DE
At La Tasca we are extremely passionate about the very best fresh quality ingredients sourced directly from Regional Spanish producers. That's why we have won awards for our food! But as well as award winning food, like the Spanish we know how to throw a great party so you are welcome to stay late, drink & dance.
We have the a great LA fitness club for value & service in Canary Wharf/West India Quay.
Over 100 pieces of cardio and resistance equipment over two floors, an extensive free weights area, a large studio with over 60 classes a week to choose from, spin studio with 20 bikes and Professional and Dedicated Team to help you achieve those all important goals. What more do you need? We'll get there together!
Enjoy the relaxed vibe at this stunning waterfront bar, which is renowned for its summer-time barbecue parties. Pop the cork on a champagne breakfast, have a glass of wine over lunch or join the regulars in the evening when things really get going. Will we ever get those stiletto marks off the bar top?
Talking of regulars, we've had to install an extra glass-frosting machine since AJ decamped from Mason's Avenue to Canary Wharf. He has to have his Kirin in a freshly-chilled frosted glass - and who are we to deny a man such a simple pleasure?
•Wine tastings and cocktail making classes for up to 20 people
• Perfect breakfast meeting venue
• Weekend hire
• Complimentary Wi-Fi
• Wedding receptions
• Big screen
• Summer terraces
Museum of London Docklands Distance: 0.1 miTourist Information No.1 Warehouse, West India Quay London, United Kingdom E14 4
The Museum of London Docklands is a museum on the Isle of Dogs, east London that tells the history of London's River Thames and the growth of Docklands. The museum is part of the Museum of London jointly funded by the City of London Corporation and the Greater London Authority.The museum opened in 2003 in grade I listed early-19th century Georgian "low" sugar warehouses built in 1802 on the side of West India Docks on the Isle of Dogs, a short walk from the Canary Wharf development.Collections and exhibitsThe nucleus of the collection is the museum and archives of the Port of London Authority which became part of the port and river collections of the Museum of London in 1976, but remained in storage until the museum opened.The museum uses the latest presentational techniques including videos presented by Tony Robinson, known for his involvement with archaeological television programme Time Team. The museum houses a large collection of historical artefacts, models, and pictures in 12 galleries and a children's gallery (Mudlarks), arranged over two floors. Visitors are directed through the displays in chronological order. The periods covered range from the first port on the Thames in Roman times to the closure of the central London docks in the 1970s and subsequent transformation of the area with commercial and residential developments.