One Canada Square is the brainchild of Tom and Ed Martin of the award-winning ETM Group, and, with interiors by renowned architects David Collins Studio, expect only the highest quality food, drink and service set against the most elegant of backdrops. Featuring a 30-cover bar and 100-cover restaurant with mezzanine floor, One Canada Square is open Monday to Friday for breakfast, business lunches, post-work cocktails and relaxed dinners as well as leisurely Saturday brunches and evening meals.
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One Canada Square Restaurant
1 Canada SquareLondonE14 5AB
Infinity Brunch Club Outing #10: One Canada Square
For our (slightly longer than a) year anniversary of the Infinity Brunch Club, we ended up at One Canada Square. We were a small group this time, but we all trudged out to Canary Wharf to try out what turned out to be one of the better boozy brunches in London.
The food is £20/£25 for two/three courses with a supplemental unlimited Bloody...more
Anything sweet always catches my eye, and I got a little excited when I saw that One Canada Square was doing a special Ice Cream for Breakfast Day menu.
They were also doing their Bottomless Brunch Menu that day which obviously tempted the both of us to go for the two course option, hence enabling us to save space for dessert later on.
I don't usually drink much during the day, but it was a...more
After booking this restaurant for my boyfriend's birthday, I was expecting One Canada Square bar and restaurant to really be something special. All the reviews say it is an amazing place and so I was really disappointed when it didn't live up to my expectations.
I didn't get the wow factor when my starter arrived. In fact, I had the honey roast kiln salmon to start and it was far too...more
All I have to say is - get the lobster! You won't be disappointed!
I probably should try something else here at some point...but...I absolutely LOVE the lobster. It is cooked to perfection here!more
I can't even review this page without thinking about that amazing dessert, I was MIND.BLOWN. A green tea and walnut sponge with caramel sauce, peanut ice cream and pistachio brittle. The trick to get the most intense cake was blend the tea leaves AND matcha powder together, this was paired with a slightly burnt caramel sauce and a super sweet peanut ice cream. But eaten together, the balance...more