Leon is an award winning fast food outlet selling natural, good food, from spicy lamb wraps to mezze. The food is of a high standard and is served with the same efficiency as the big fast food chains. They also have an eat-in section at the back, and are open for lunch and dinner.
Venue Details & Map
Cabot Place WestCanary WharfLondonE14 4QS
- +44 (0)20 7719 6200
- Public transport:
- West India Quay, Null
I visited Leon kind of by accident, and I am so glad that I did! I was immediately surprised at how much allergy friendly food was on offer! Plenty of gluten and dairy free meals. I tried the chicken and chorizo rice box and it was absolutely gorgeous! And for £6.95 it was a great amount of food.
The place has a nice atmosphere for fast food, and also has some great healthy options. I have...more
How can you not like the concept of Leon? Super healthy and tasty food! I ordered the Original Superfood salad. It was fresh and tasty with loads of fresh veg and a nice dressing. But to be honest, I was still hungry afterwards and at £5, I should have been full. I'm going to use it as an idea for a salad to make at home though. That way I can make a shedload! ;-)more
Ordered: Halloumi wrap
Review: Leon's halloumi wrap - great for a quick bite on the go. If you're hungry - go somewhere else for volume. The halloumi wrap is tasty filled with a great sauce, vegetables, and the wrap is nice and crispy! Simplicity is the quintessential delight to Leon's success. Friendly staff too :)more
I don't understand why everyone likes Leon so much. It costs as much as a sit down meal but you get some pre-made mediocre food in fairly small portions.
Ok the menu changes regularly, which is nice, but the food isn't that good, and the queue for it is just nuts!more
Leon is the future of fast food, that simple. The main reason being that it actually serves proper food (love the Chicken Curry and Meatballs) and has friendly staff. This doesn't sound like much but sets it apart immediately from other fast 'food' chains.
The Canary Wharf branch is much like the others but doesn't seem to quite as busy as other Wharf eateries at lunch - at least I can...more