Located on the side of Fisherman's Wharf, Davy's at Canary Wharf draws on its Victorian heritage but has a unique, contemporary style. Look out for traditional British favourites on the menu with plenty of snacks and "grazing" options for those looking for a lighter bite. The wine list is curated by Davy's Wine Merchants over the Thames in Greenwich and majors on the classic regions of France with interesting selections from around the world. Ale lovers will enjoy a pint of the famous Old Wallop served in Pewter tankard. With two separate bars, three distinct eating areas, a tasting room and outdoor terrace, Davy's at Canary Wharf is well equipped to cater for private events and parties.
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Davy's at Canary Wharf
31-35 Fisherman's WalkCanary WharfLondonE14 4DH
Oh my. I know the Brits aren't exactly known for stellar culinary history, but I have had better sandwiches at Pret or EAT.
That said, the space is lovely and would be an excellent place for a pint or glass of wine with colleagues, just not, in my opinion a place to get a full meal.more
Came here after work with colleagues and a vendor for drinks. The beer on cask was decent and focused mainly on trying all of them as I was visiting the UK. As they say, when in Rome... I was quite hungry and miserable as a result when we arrived here. Unfortunately, the vendor only ordered a few appetizer selections - different cheeses, wings, fries, etc. In summary, I was extremely hungry...more
Does exactly what it says on the tin in tune with the rest of the chain. A nice quiet place for a confidential chat or a good back room for a bigger buffet. Nice to see today that they no longer hide the Shepherd Neame Masterbrew behind a Davy's Bitter sign. And it drank well.more
This bar is a favourite with the 'blokes' in Canary Wharf who want a good pint or a nice bottle of wine. Doesn't ring my bell, a bit too spit-and-sawdust for my taste. Give me the cocktail bar over the rivermore