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
- +44 (0)20 3002 5252
- Public transport:
- Canary Wharf, Underground
Jamie's Italian is a defining feature for the Wharf area now, which deserves such a food option.
Brilliant food! That's the first thing came up to my mind at my first visit. My favorite menu items are the starters. Try them as you'll be surprised every time.
I'd go there again for sure.more
Jamies Italian is certainly a brand that has attracted me and many others in the past and although the menu has not been very accomodating for my dietry requirement, the atmosphere is always the primary reason fof my visit. On this occasion the food was neither amazing nor distasteful it was just simply bland, served by some very friendly staff and others who were more interested in their chat...more
This place is always solid. Anyone that I have been to have been great, but this one was the first one I visited in 2009, and everything I have been back it has been great.more
Very friendly staff with an excellent sense of humor. They will keep you entertained when serving and taking orders.
Food is delicious too. The problem with me is that I am not so used to having Italian, so I was a little confused with the variety of options. I ordered a vegetable plank which was served beautifully on a wooden plank. Though the dishes were on tiny little plates on the plank....more
I'm actually not the biggest Jamie's Italian fan. When living in Oxford, this was one of our neighbourhood places so I went there a few times until deciding that the food isn't really all that.
But the other day, we had tickets to the O2 and this was one option that was close enough so we went ahead and booked a table.
First of all, I don't think you'd ever need a reservation to this joint -...more