Located in the heart of the imposing Canary Wharf area of London's Docklands, Jamie's Italian is the superb Italian restaurant from team Jamie Oliver, offering fantastic rustic Italian dishes with a touch of the Oliver magic.<br/><br/>A relative newcomer to the Canary Wharf restaurant scene, Jamie's Italian not only attracts the hordes of local suited and booted from the nearby office towers, but also a good section of local residents and visiting shoppers. <br/><br/>The menu is terrific with delicious back to basics dishes using the freshest of ingredients. Prices are surprisingly affordable too and the vibe is lively and informal. A great all rounder.
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Jamie's Italian - Canary Wharf
Churchill PlaceCanary WharfLondonE14 5AH
The food is great, and so are the drinks, but the service was rather slow even when the place died out a bit. The burger was delicious and filling, which is sad as I was looking forward to having some desert. With lots of options for food, it's a good place if you can't decide what you want.more
I went for a second time recently but it lacks something and I don't expect to come back. Some of the bruschetti have surprising flavour but the ravioli with pesto was one dimensional and the fried ravioli app could have come from a freezer.more
Jamie's Italian is a great concept. I like their food and their style of restaurants.
We came in late afternoon and shared some starters first, then had the lunch special. the selection of foods is very nice. The menu is not huge, but I like that since it usually results in better quality of the food (at least for most restaurants).
the prices are OK considering the location. The food...more
Food was very nice, waitstaff was very friendly and helpful, though a little slow (it was only about half capacity at around 9pm on a Saturday night), but the decor and overall lack of ambiance made the meal much less enjoyable - I like Montell Jordan's 'This Is How We Do It' just as much as the next guy, but not when I'm trying to enjoy a nicely cooked lamb roast.
Also, the large,...more
I would not call this 'proper' Italian food; but it is certainly decent food. For the £££ price, you kind of get what you paid for, but unfortunately portions are quite small.
You generally won't need to book, but a group of over 4 I would say you best secure a table first, given it is business district.
The setting is nice, a little dark, giving you a hint of romance; however as soon as you...more