A buzzy fourth-floor restaurant, with a dining room that has floor to ceiling windows - offering splendid views over Canary Wharf. It's divided into two distinct areas - a Bar and Grill, and on the other side of the open kitchen, a smart dining area. There's also a terrace for summer dining (plus another for the Bar), and this is used for regular Barbecues (please enquire). Because of its proximity to Billingsgate, full advantage is taken of their supplies of excellent fish.
The seasonally-changing menu might offer the likes of 'Prawn Salad with Champagne Vinaigrette'; 'Pumpkin Risotto with Mascarpone and Marjoram' or 'Squid à la Plancha' to begin.
Maybe to be followed by 'Fillet of Lamb with Belly Confit, and Choucroute'; ' Baked Monkfish with Chstnuts and Baby Leeks'; 'Barbary Duck Breast with Candied Almonds' or one of their 'roasts' including seasonal game.
Desserts are a strong point, with maybe 'Tarte Tatin with a Green Apple and Calvados Sorbet' or 'Rice Pudding with Exotic Fruit Foam' among the offerings.
A cheaper, and less elaborate, bar menu is also offered.
- Food Style: Modern French
- Lunch: Mon-Fri 12.00-15.00; set L £25 (2 courses), £30 (3 courses); mains about £17 to £34
- Dinner: Mon-Sat, 18.00-23.00; set D £25 (2 courses), £30 (3 courses); mains about £17 to £34; Menu Gourmand £60 (6 courses)
- Seats: 124, plus 28 outside
- Wine: a good list kicks off in the low £20's
- Children's portions: When possible, but not encouraged
- Wheelchair access: Yes, including lavatory
- Nearest station: Canary Wharf DLR
- Directions: the restaurant faces Canary Wharf Tower - see the map on this page
- Closed: check for opening times over Christmas and other Religious Holidays
- Air conditioned
- Outside eating