High-rise restaurant in Canary Wharf
Football team The New Orleans Saints are marching into London this autumn to compete in the NFL, inspiring chefs from their home turf to follow suit. First up, we had news that Galatoire's was popping up at The Colony Grill Room. But just ahead of them will be Dickie Brennan, who'll be making the trip to Canary Wharf to temporarily turn Scottish
Get ready for a pretty good deal in Canary Wharf this weekend. In their answer to bottomless brunches, Giant Robot are pulling out the stops from this Sunday and supersizing their regular food.
For the same price as their weekday menu, everything will be just that little bit bigger. So that's:
Tuna carpaccio, fresh pappardelle and more at this all-day restaurant in Harbour Exchange Square, where you can grab a cocktail and enjoy the view, all while listening to live jazz from acts like the Canary Three.
Street Feast are behind this brand new ‘rooftopia’ opening in Crossrail Place, and they’re bringing in in Jose Pizarro, Yum Bun and Thunderbird, among others. There’ll also be a 360° view bar, and loads of beer on tap.
What: Little Jose
In a nutshell: Jose Pizarro comes to Canary Wharf with a tiny tapas bar.
Summing it all up: With Jose, Pizarro and Jose already open, the Spanish chef is opening another place named after himself, serving up tapas at the Canary Wharf Street Feast.
Updated 19/2/17 with soft launch details.
When it comes to pairings, there’s little that can beat cocktails combined with a glam London skyline view. Now, those who’re after a spot of wining and dining with a slightly more luxurious edge will now be able to indulge from a whopping 39 stories up thanks to Bōkan.
Bōkan, which is old Saxon for ‘lighthouse’, will be providing those after a taste of the high life with dinner, drinks and dancing
We do like a Shake Shack burger here at Hot Dinners, and if you're like us you'll be pleased to learn that a shiny new Shake Shack is on the way to Canary Wharf this week. And to celebrate the occasion, they're launching a special new burger too - teaming up with Berber & Q to add a little Middle Eastern flavour.
The ShackBerber burger (£5) is a very limited edition,
Canary Wharf workers looking to up their burger intake should be pleased to learn that Shake Shack are moving into the area. Thanks to an eagle-eyed Hot Dinners reader who spotted the signage above, it's clear the US burger chain has taken over the spot once occupied by Canteen.
We've no news on exactly when they're planning to open, but we'll keep you posted and update this when we learn more.
Shake Shack is opening at Park
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It's always a good day when we get to talk about Bleecker St Burger bringing their amazing burgers to a new part of town. Today that joyous news is that they've just crained the container that was on the southbank this summer into Canary Wharf's Montgomery Square.
To begin with, they'll start with the small but perfectly formed menu of the Double Cheeseburger, Fries and Angry Fries. But the menu will expand with
There's been a big multi-million-pound revamp at the Doubletree by Hilton over in Docklands (just opposite Canary Wharf, across the river - they have a river shuttle) and they're about to launch a new restaurant as part of it. Columbia will be a new riverside restaurant with and has a terrace with a separate barbecue menu and a cigar terrace too.
Ad for the food in the main restaurant, it's modern British and
Always popular in its original off-Oxford-Street location and the odd pop-up, Roti Chai have now quietly opened their next restaurant all the way over in Canary Wharf - the latest to be part of the new Crossrail Place centre.
Chai Ki will be part Toddy Shop bar and kitchen, that part is open all-day now, and the dining room which is coming soon. Plus - they'll be doing breakfasts too (some of the dishes
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