Davy’s At Canary Wharf, a smart waterfront wine and cocktail bar and restaurant along Fisherman’s Walk, boasts an impressive location right between London’s West India Quay and Canary Wharf stations. With seating overlooking the river, and an interior with incredible potential for private hire, Davy’s At Canary Wharf is a premium spot for imbibing in some of the best wine London has to offer, not to mention classic British cuisine and golden-era cocktails.
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Excellent service and food as always, at the Canary Wharf restaurant
Service friendly and helpful and the set menu made a very acceptable business lunch without being excessive and requested privacy of banquette table met by staff without query
My guests had a lovely lunch as usual and the staff were friendly and efficient. I would definitely come here again as the menu is perfect.
The centrepiece of stylish Davy’s At Canary Wharf is its long zinc bar, where all the
action takes place. Step inside these Fisherman’s Walk premises, right by the
Thames and equidistant from Canary Wharf and West India Quay stations, and
immediately approach one of Davy’s skilled and friendly bartenders. That’s our
advice. These guys and girls are versed in the art of the Golden Era cocktail, so why
not go old-school with an Old Fashioned, best enjoyed overlooking the river seated
in the large outdoor area. Indeed, 130 people can be accommodated out front of
Davy’s At Canary Wharf – it’s made many a London bride and groom’s day. Davy’s
At Canary Wharf also houses The Tasting Room, whose name says it all; The Grill
Room, a traditionally decorated and discreet location ideal for entertaining up to 40
people; and finally The Brasserie, opening out onto the river, with room for 100
Dining at Davy’s At Canary Wharf is an elegant, stylish affair. The zinc bar really sets off the vintage decor and chic lighting in this premium London wine bar and restaurant, and you can take a seat in a comfy armchair or get intimate in one of the many booths. The wine list is typically Davy’s – extensive and carefully curated. Meanwhile, the breakfast, grazing, dinner and dessert menus are as well- stocked as the cellar, featuring British cuisine classics and a few European fusion flavours to keep City of London folk well fed. Davy’s At Canary Wharf is a gorgeous spot along Fisherman’s Walk, and the perfect place to take time out to wine and dine.