Jamie's Italian Canary Wharf is a dynamic open-plan restaurant that's always buzzing with activity. It's a great location for midweek lunches and dinners or a mid-shop pit stop at the weekend. Stop by for a couple of drinks with nibbles on our outside terrace too.
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Jamie's Italian - Canary Wharf
Churchill PlaceCanary WharfLondonE14 5AH
- Public transport:
- Canary Wharf, Underground
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
Mediocre. Bland food. Disappointing considering all the hype about Jamie Oliver. Not coming back.
The tagliatelle bolognese was dry, the spaghetti with mussels was just ok, the deserts were incredibly uninspired (chocolate and pear pavlova and a chocolate tart). Think crushed merengue and cream...more
first, the restaurant has great ambience: spacious, nice interior and it was outside westfield and has lots of natural light (awesome for taking pictures haha!)
tried the crab spaghettini it was so.. delicious.. the pasta was fresh and tasted perfect. my friend tried the squid ink pasta with mussels and squid, one thing is the squid ink pasta was the bomb! + mussels and the other seafood was...more
Stopped by on a FEB Tuesday evening. Busy, bustling like Bobby himself. This is an mixed English/ Italian Tapas place. Both Cocktails and plates are small portions and pricing is reasonable. You can order quite a bit of small dished, the prices will add up quickly. We left with about 80 quib per person. We had two bottles of reds and varies cocktail. Lemoncella is nice touch.
Pasta and Sauces...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