Obikà is a casual Italian restaurant concept based on the best Mozzarellas di Bufala Campana, together with traditional Italian recipes and high-quality Italian handmade products.
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Venue Details & Map
Obika Canary Wharf
Unit 1 West Wintergarden
25 Bank StreetCanary WharfLondonE14 5NW
- Public transport:
- South Quay, Null
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Children Facilities
- Childrens menu
Delicious pizza and salmon salad. Tasty cappuccino and terracotta) thank you, will come back soonmore
Varied menu but the mozzarella is the star. We ordered the selection/tasting plate for 5 of us with a mixture of the mozzarella Classico, fresca, affumicata and burrata. Mozzarella has never tasted this good. Probably explained by the fact they fly it in fresh 3 times a week! The food was excellent and well-presented. Drink service was a little slow but overall a very enjoyable lunch. There...more
Someone needs to explain to me why this restaurant is called Obika, which sounds Japanese but it's really Italian. Anyway, came here for Friday after work drinks, which quickly turned into a few nibbles as well.
It was kind of yin and yang with the service. When I first got there at 7, my 3 friends were at a 2 person table because the waiter wouldn't let them have their drinks at the 4 person...more
I have passed this place a thousand times on my way to work, as it's situated in a transitional building between the central Canary Wharf and the bridge to the south side, and I swear I never thought it would be THAT good!!!
Main reason for my 'up till now prejudice' was the disgusting odour of cheese waste floating in the air every time I passed by and although I am a big cheese lover - it...more
I met a friend for lunch here when we only had about 40 minutes to eat, catch up and gossip before the next meeting. I laughed when the waiter handed us a wine menu: "I think the 80s are over!" I joked. (I do like to live dangerously...)
The place itself looks like someone got a restaurant and put it in the middle of a large entrance hall. It feels like it is built with a floor and four...more