Boisdale Canary Wharf

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  • Dinner, Champagne and Premium Ticket for £45 per person

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    This offer can be redeemed on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat between noon and 11pm.

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  • Address:

    Boisdale Canary Wharf Cabot Place
    London
    E14 4QT

  • Venue phone:

    020 7715 5818

  • Venue website:

    www.boisdale.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served noon-2.30pm Mon-Fri. Dinner served 6-10.30pm Mon-Sat

  • Transport:

    Tube: Canary Wharf tube/DLR

  • Price:

    Main courses £14.50-£51. Set meal £19.75 2 courses

  • Map

    1. Boisdale Canary Wharf

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Laura H

Tried to use Time Out card for Saturday night, but was told this was only Monday-Thursday. Not in line with time out listing.

Diana Hooper

The Boisdale Club – Quality Food and Great Music London has 3 Ranald McDonald’s extremely tasteful Scottish themed restaurants; we visited the one located in Canary Wharf. After being shown to our premium seats in the Restaurant which were close to the stage, my husband and I made our way down the tartan carpeted stairs to the Oyster Bar. As the bar tender constructed my Jimmy Roosevelt cocktail I found myself distracted by the magnificent crustacea display behind him. The Oyster Bar & Grill offers an extensive menu of shellfish, caviar, steaks, burgers and sandwiches. We sipped our pre dinner drinks seated on the Cigar Terrace overlooking Cabot Square. We don’t smoke, but having peeked into the impressive Cigar shop we almost wished we did! But a 1988 Vintage Cuban Cigar would set you back a smoking £275.00 – enough to burn a hole in anyone’s pocket! We returned to our seats in the restaurant upstairs, passing one or two stag’s heads on the way. Live music was provided by a young Cornish singer songwriter, Jessica Sweetman who was obviously inspired by the likes of Stevie Nicks. The waiting staff were attentive, but not intrusive. The food and wine were excellent, although I had a little gripe about my poached egg that was served with the gravadlax. The chef had managed to achieve a runny white with a firm yolk rather than the other way round, clever – but not very appealing! I was generously offered complimentary desserts in recompense. My main course of Risotto of Broad Beans, Peas and Courgettes was bursting with flavour and colour. My husband had the Mini Roast Macsween Haggis with mashed potatoes and bashed neeps for his starter and the Wester Roast Poached Salmon for main – both of which were beautifully cooked and presented. We didn’t try anything from the remarkable display of whiskies which range in price from a reasonable £7.00 for a 50ml measure of Famous Grouse to a staggering £755.50 per 50 ml measure of Glengoyne’s 40 year old malt! Maybe next time. In summary, The Boisdale Club is an ideal venue for meeting up with friends in relaxing, yet extravagant surroundings. Enjoy Scottish fare, fit for a Laird! With live music and great service you would be hard pressed to find a better place to spend an evening.

Ms. S.S.A.

Although the a la carte is a little pricey, the cheaper priced 'Jacobite' menu offers a really good selection of dishes. The haggis is delicious & comes with a dram of whisky! The live music was surprisingly good, with a great atmosphere. Service was very prompt and friendly. On the whole, an excellent addition to the wharf.