There is a rich list from which visitors can choose the option that suits their preferences best, when it comes to dining, while staying in London. There are great restaurant in the Canary Wharf area which serve a wide range of delicious cuisines representing cultures from all over the world, ranging from tasty Chinese dishes and spicy Indian cooking to traditional Italian treats and American meals, such as:
4 Park Pavilion, 40 Canada Square, London, UK
Bold contemporary Japanese cuisine can be enjoyed here, the menu including dishes such as the succulent lamb chops infused with Korean spices, rich teriyaki baby chicken stuffed with shiitake rice & served with roast ginger & aubergine, flappingly fresh sashimi & exemplary maki rolls for sushi lovers, salads & tatakis, as well as many other tasty food items. The average price for a single 2-course meal enjoyed here is of about £62.00 and the cheapest wine on the list will make you draw out of your pocket £24.00.
4th Floor, Canada Place, London, UK
Futuristic and light-filled by day and glamorous and sophisticated by night! This fabulous restaurant, located high on the fourth floor of Canada Place, towers above the Canary Wharf competition. The delicious food served here is made to dazzle with amazingly tasty flavour combinations and the menu contains food items to satisfy every taste. A 2-3 course meal at this restaurant can cost between £29.50 and £35.00.
The Park Pavilion, 40 Canada Square, London, UK
If you’re in the mood for Mexican, Wahaca is the place! The menu here is made out of good-value Mexican street food, such as grilled steak & pork pibil tacos, chorizo & potato quesadillas or black bean tostadas, as well as burritos, enchiladas and Mexican soups & salads. A single 2-course meal costs here around £29.00. The cheapest wine on the list is priced at £12.75.
Park Pavilion, 40 Canada Square, London, UK
The menu highlights include British dishes such as the potted duck with piccalilli, exemplary macaroni cheese & roast chicken with chips & garlic mayonnaise, as well as Canteen’s own version of fish & chips. A single 2-course meal is priced here at around £35.00. The cheapest wine is £12.50.
10 Cabot Square, London, UK
Spice and exoticism are the 2 words that describe this restaurant’s allure best. The banana fritters are considered a definitely “must” as desert after dinner. The menu at this restaurant is influenced from Thailand, Vietnam & Malaysia, with creatively spiced dishes such as pork with star anise, marinated king prawns with chilli, lemon & coriander dip, or a curry of scallops with pumpkin & green peppercorns. The price for a single 2-course meal enjoyed here is of around £37.00. The most affordable wine on the list is £16.00.