About Goodman Canary Wharf
About the restaurant
The passionate team at Goodman will never compromise on the quality of the beef that arrives at and is served by their kitchen. As such, meat here is sourced from around the world – where exactly is something that varies throughout the year depending on the quality available – and then aged in-house, with some six tonnes on site at any time. When you arrive at this particular Goodman restaurant on South Quay Square – right by both Canary Wharf tube and Heron Quay and South Quay on the DLR – you’ll find a selection of steakhouse classics that are loved by Londoners, as well as a fine section of wines and beers.
With such an array of options in London when it comes to eating steak, knowing you’re getting the very best is important. Fortunately, the menu at the Goodman Canary Wharf restaurant guarantees you precisely that. On South Quay Square, it’s impossible to doubt the quality of the meat here. Beef is sourced from all over the world, aged on the premises in a temperature-controlled, dehumidified environment, cut to exacting standards and then cooked at 375-400 degrees celsius in a premium Josper Oven. The results, quite simply, are sublime.
Just a few of the cuts you can expect to find at Goodman Canary Wharf include fillet, ribeye, New York sirloin and an ever-rotating menu of bone-in specials. Define how you’d like your steak cooked and what you’d like to complement it with – Goodman’s sauces and sides are fantastic – then choose a wine or beer to round things off. This Canary Wharf restaurant is best accessed via the Jubilee line or South Quay or Heron Quays on the DLR. It is, quite simply, one of London’s finest steakhouses that is absolutely worthy of a reservation.