Jamie's Italian serves rustic, simple Italian dishes using seasonal ingredients sourced either locally or from Italy itself. Bookings are available for tables of eight or over only.
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Jamie's Italian - Canary Wharf
Churchill PlaceCanary WharfLondonE14 5AH
- Public transport:
- Canary Wharf, Underground
Created by the infamous Jamie Oliver, Jamie's Italian is one of the series of restaurants under his brand. I went here for a weekday dinner with co-workers. We ordered a few bruschetta plates to share for starters. They were quite good. I ordered the Jamie's Sausage Pappardelle for my main. The sausage was a bit too salty and very dry. The pasta was quite salty as well. I didn't particularly...more
Went for lunch with a colleague, and I really enjoyed my crab risotto (special of the day). It was adequately creamy and flavourful, though I did wish they would have been more generous with the crab meat.
Service was prompt and good. The waiter kindly recommended the risotto to me when I initially ordered the crab spaghetti which turned out to be a good advice.
Ambience is pretty down to...more
I'm a big Jamie Oliver fan but was wary of the chain aspect of the restaurant and some of the reviews on Yelp. I decided to take a chance and went anyway. I was traveling on business by myself and needed a relaxing dinner after a really long flight.
Immediately, the service was great - very friendly and helpful. It may have helped that I was there early on a Sunday evening in the summer when...more
Fantastic food. Truly fantastic.
The first time I came here was for my birthday, and with this mentioned they decorated my pudding with 'Happy Birthday Tasmine', a real personal touch which was very sweet.
The food was absolutely beautiful. We ordered damn near everything on the menu between us all, and everything was truly without fault.
I personally recommend grabbing one of the sharing...more
I love Jamie's Italian but often find certain locations difficult to get a table at and not very relaxing. As this location is in Canary Wharf it is not as busy on a Saturday night. I ordered the ricotta bruschetta, porcini fettuccine, shared the cauliflower fritti (loved this) and shared the trio of ice-creams for dessert (chocolate, caramel, and hazelnut). All around great meal with...more