London’s Docklands takes in a good long stretch of the Thames, and a good number of London boroughs – Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Lewisham, Newham, and Greenwich. London’s Docklands are historic places, instrumental in the development of London as a major world city. Undergoing massive damage during the war, and a long decline as shipping moved elsewhere, the Docklands have a new lease of life following efforts to redevelop the area for residential and commercial use. Canary Wharf is perhaps the most famous example – a financial powerhouse that rivals London’s square mile. Due to this regeneration, restaurants in Docklands now abound, and with excellent transport links, this surprisingly handsome region of converted wharves and warehouses offer some of London’s best places to eat.