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Where: ROKA Canary Wharf – 4 Park Pavilion, 40 Canada Square, London E14 5FW
When:2 November to 2 December 2019
This Canary Wharf restaurant is on the 20th Floor of The Collective Canary Wharf, a huge "co-living" space. Open to everyone, they're aiming for an at-home vibe. t
It's been a little quiet on the Alan Yau front this year, but that's all set to change. The Evening Standard reports that he’s working on three launches for 2020, so expect to see a lot more from him.
The Hong-Kong born restaurateur, founder
This is the eighth bar from Darwin and Wallace and will offer food from breakfast until dinner, as well as cocktails, coffee and beers.
Got a sweet tooth and live or work near Canary Wharf? If so then put 7 August in your diary. That's when Maître Choux are opening their new outlet there.
This will be the fourth London opening for the eclair specialist. The Jubilee Walk spot will be a takeaway-only space serving up all manner of gorgeous patisserie. But, unlike their other places, this City spot will be open from early in day -
Canary Wharf is getting a next-level wine bar, open all day with space for meetings and a lovely waterside terrace.
Down at Royal Wharf, a large new waterside development in London’s Royal Docks in Newham, there's a whole host of new restaurants and cafes getting ready to open over the summer. Here's our guide to what's moving in:
After successful restaurants in Hoxton and Clapham, Radio Alice are next bringing their pizzas out east to Canary Wharf. Expect all the pizzas from the original, all made with organic ingredients.
We're still to see exactly what's coming to Market Hall West End (being touted as the UK's largest food hall) but we're already hearing news about their next - Market Hall Canary Wharf. And it looks like this one will be pretty big too.
They're taking over 20,000 sq ft of Cargo (a
Taking over the pavilion by Canada Square park, Caprice Holdings have brought a particularly green and verdant iteration of the Ivy to the financial district.
Good news for the pasta loving workers and residents of Canary Wharf - Stevie Parle's Pastaio is coming your way. The perenially popular pasta spot, which opened in Soho this time last year and has been packing them in ever since, has signed up for a long-term residency at Giant Robot.
They'll be taking over the spot previously held by Pocho in the street food trading space at Crossrail Place.
As you'd expect the menu will feature
Caprice Holdings' nonstop expansion gathers pace as it announces its next City branch of The Ivy will be overlooking the green on Canada Square.
Now THAT's a snack that we'd happily pop over to Canary Wharf just to get our hands on it. This is the Brunch Bun from Yum Bun, which they're touting as "the capital’s FIRST EVER brunch-inspired bao".
As for what it is - that's "lightly toasted bao with a slice of gouda, stuffed with either shredded ham hock or Portobello mushrooms, topped with a crispy breadcrumbed soft boiled egg and a squeeze of mustard mayo". Frankly,
The latest M restaurant and their menu of steak and grills is coming to the new Newfoundland tower in Canary Wharf.
If you've never been to Chicago to try their deep pan pizza, then get ready - it's coming to you. London pizzeria Pizza Pilgrims have teamed up with the Windy City's famous deep pan pizza guys Gino’s East allowing them to take over their West India Quay restaurant for just one weekend.
Renowned for their deep pan pizzas since first setting up in 1966, Gino’s East usually has queues down the block at any of its Chicago restaurants. They're bringing chefs over from the
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