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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Food and DrinkValid from 18 April 2016 to 31 December 2016
2 courses, unlimited Prosecco, ETM wine or beer (bottles of Sol or Heineken) £45 per person, 3 courses £50 per person. Available on Saturday 5.30pm – 11pm.
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One Canada Square Restaurant
1 Canada SquareLondonE14 5AB
It was pretty empty at the bar at 9:30pm on a weeknight. The service was pretty good, and we were served promptly as we were sitting at the bar.
The oddest thing about this bar is the fact that random people can look in on the bar since they didn't have the curtains pulled. Some of the people passing by were a little questionable, but we didn't have any problems.more
Slice of brunchy goodness in soulless Canary Wharf, One Canada Square definitely hits the spot and delivers a true boozy brunch experience.
We came here for V-day and there was a good mix of doting couples and giggly groups of single women doing their own day of love shin-dig. I liked the Great Gatsby feel of the dark green art deco architecture, the crossed staircase, and the glassy...more
I would give it 3.5 stars but am rounding up.
I went as part of a corporate function. We had canapés upstairs, then dinner on the ground floor. I chose the beetroot salad, fish and sticky toffee pudding for my course. I enjoyed my starter and main, although both lacked that last bit of "special sauce" to make it astounding. I was rather disappointed with my dessert. It was too dry overall,...more
Decent environment for a few drinks with colleagues; definitely on the pricy side so hopefully the boss is paying.
Loved the vibe there and especially feel sophisticated when people around you are ordering things like 'Old Fashion' and Hendricks for a change.
Restaurant side though it is quite pricy. I can't think of a reason to eat there unless it's work related functions. Just too corporate.more
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