A member of the chic city bar brand established in 1994, All Bar One showcases eclectic European cuisine and an impressive stock of beers and wines. An extensive wine display showcases a wine stock just shy of 70 bottles, while the diverse menu offers delicious sharing platters and world tapas, succulent hand-pressed burgers and signature main courses. A relaxed, vibrant hideaway, All Bar One is perfect for after-work drinks, or a crowd-pleasing dinner.
Venue Details & Map
All Bar One
42 Mackenzie WalkLondonE14 5EH
- +44 20 7513 0911
Top 5 reviews of All Bar One
I love it when you and your friends get together for a little celebration so when I helped with a flat move it was only right that we treated ourselves to cocktails on a sunny Sunday afternoon!
This All Bar One benefits really well from being right on the docks, so when you get a table outside and catch the afternoon sun it really adds to the atmosphere (unless you're someone who burns at the... more
I often go to an All Bar One with friend if we fancy a cheap cocktail (five o'clock tails) and used to go for their amazing nachos and tapas bites however haven't been in ages after having a few average meals there
Bf and I how ever went to this branch for a brunch and I was quite impressed
The setting is lovely as you can sit outside by the wharf with a view of the city including the shard... more
The good bits...
-Canary Wharf (near to work)
The bad bits...
-umbrellas won't protect you from sudden showers
-overpriced drinks more
All bar one always has great drink. You can find whatever you like here, including tea and coffee. Haha. And this bar has a good location where you can enjoy a relaxing afternoon or night on the riverside, except that you wear warm coat for windy days. more
A good selection of beers and plenty of seating/countertops about. But even with all this available space, you can be hard pressed to find an empty horizontal place to set your beer between the hours of 4:30 and 8:00. This place gets jammed packed which is somewhat typical for most places on Canary Wharf, but I'm betting its proximity to the Jubilee Line has some influence here.