Carluccio's menu celebrates fresh, simple Italian cooking. All of the classic dishes, from hand-made pasta, to mouth-watering meat and fish, are full of flavour. The restaurant's specialities include antipasti and fine Italian wine. The restaurant is relaxed and friendly, and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you’re exploring Canary Wharf, visit the Museum of London Docklands or Mudchute City Farm. Carluccio’s Canary Wharf is the perfect place to refuel.
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Carluccio's Canary Wharf
2 Reuters PlazaLondonE14 5AJ
- +44 20 7719 1749
Top 5 reviews of Carluccio's Canary Wharf
I absolutely love this place. The food is great, the wine is great and the service is great. It has such a buzz about it every time I go and I have never been disappointed. Its a shame there is not one near where I live! Its the sort of place you could go to alone and sit there all afternoon and not feel out of place. The menu is great but it is always worth trying out the specials on the board. more
Carluccios is only good if it works, it is quite expensive for what it is and so if the quality and service is off then it is quite poor. When went there the lowlights were dirty plates, cold lasagne and a piece of growing medium (wood/bark/cloth?) in the mushroom pasta full price was still charged although there was an apology for the mushroom pasta. Highlights were the atmosphere, location,... more
If you are a parent this is the place to take your kids in Canary Wharf. They were a little surprised when we rang up and booked a table for four on Valentine's night. They were even more surprised when two of our party were kids! However, they are true professionals and we had a great night. My kids are used to eating out so it was never going to be a problem but they didn't know... more
Arriving with a group after building a stand, we liked the atmosphere - you really get it when you enter the door into the deli. The friendly staff was able to seat us immediately even when we didn't make a booking and were quite a large group - seven. We opted for the menu, which gave us a choice for starter, main course and dessert. For me, the pate with toast was the choice - served in a... more
yeah, it's alright here. But unlike some of the places around here, Carluccios doesn't benefit from it's Canary Wharf location. Is it me or has this italian chain gone a bit downhill?
Honestly, the place is a little bit plasticcy now. The shops are getting bigger and stretching more into the restaurant bit - at least it feels like that anyway. It feels more and more like you're being forced... more