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Restaurants in Docklands, London

Fend off scurvy at London’s Docklands restaurants

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.

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Nakhon Thai

Docklands
Thai££££
5.2/6137

Zero Sette

Docklands
Italian££££
5.2/665

Mino

Docklands
Japanese££££
5.3/63
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Al Masar

Docklands
Mediterranean££££
3.4/65

Galyons Bar & Kitchen

Docklands
European££££
3.0/65

Memsaheb on Thames

Docklands
Indian££££
3.0/62
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Browns

Docklands
French
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Zizzi, Canary Wharf

Docklands
Italian
New

Ravaa

Docklands
Indian
New

Strada

Docklands
Italian
New

Leven Is Strijd

Docklands
Café
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Dockmasters House

Docklands
Indian
New

Quadrato Restaurant

Docklands
International
New

The Clipper

Docklands
Bar
New

Cafe Brera

Docklands
Café
New

Royal China, Canary Riverside

Docklands
Chinese
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Rum & Sugar

Docklands
European
New

Henry's Cafe Bar

Docklands
Café
New

Noodle Street

Docklands
Chinese
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Quadrato

Docklands
Italian
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    Navigating to restaurants in Docklands with Quandoo

    London’s Docklands cover a large area and multiple boroughs. it’s not like the old days anymore, though, when the Isel of Dogs was an impoverished enclave with only two roads connecting it to the rest of the city. You can reach the various points along the Thames that are collectively known as the Docklands from either side of the river, via a number of well-serviced stations. The DLR Real Ale Trail is a good example of how the city of London has promoted the area’s accessibility, much to the delight of beer fanatics. If you’re looking for the best restaurants in Docklands, it’s now even easier with Quandoo, available online or on your smartphone. Book now, and claim your loyalty points.