Bar, kitchen and cocktail lounge in Canary Wharf
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Venue Details & Map
The Park Pavilion
40 Canada SquareCanary WharfLondonE14 5FW
- Public transport:
- Canary Wharf, Underground
For my friends birthday meal in early January we popped to the Parlour, which on our side of the restaurant was a pretty classy dining area, whereas the other side held a variety of boozers clearly drinking away their first day back at the office blues.
I chose the cottage pie, imagining mincey goodness and loads of gravy - to my disappointment it was in fact chunks of beef. Which was...more
I met up with a couple of friends for a weekday lunch at The Parlour in Canary Wharf - the place was busy (as pretty much all restaurants in the Wharf during the weekdays) but we found a table pretty quickly and got ourselves some drinks. The bar didn't have my preferred lunchtime tipple (Crabbies Ginger Ale, since you asked) so I had to settle on a cider.
We settled down, but the waiters...more
A friend and I went for a quick dinner and drinks after work on a Monday evening. Overall, everything was solid and pleasant, especially given its proximity to the offices.
I ordered a glass of red wine and a mains portion of mussels. My mussels were fresh and appropriately seasoned, and I enjoyed every bit of it. My friend ordered a glass of lemonade and sausages, and he seemed to like...more
Stylish after works drink bar. Rammed on a Thursday and Friday. Dead on the weekend. I've only ever been here for drinks, so can't comment on the food. But it's the crowd that made the night rather than the venue.
Drinks aren't cheap and service is very slow.
There's outdoor seating and table and in summer they set up an outdoor bar.more
Like everyone else said, this is a after-work drinks place, and suitably it was rammo.
So much so that while outside, some American kids asked me,
'Dude, is this a private party?'
'Nah this is just what we do in London on a Monday night'.
A massive advantage to this bar is that it has prime location for watching the two huge TVs that are currently(?) installed in Canada Square so you can...more