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This good-looking new Canary Wharf restaurant comes from the team behind Bellaria, Bacco (both Italian) and Kilikya (Turkish). Here the culinary focus is broadened out to Mediterranean small plates but the USP is live jazz – served up from 5pm every night. Maybe that explains the unconventional name?
Dishes here range from lobster ravioli and pan-fried monkfish to slow-cooked ox cheek, chicken ballotine, a foie gras risotto and a purple artichoke salad with truffle dressing, pickled carrots and cucumber finished with gorgonzola ‘snow’. Charcuterie, vegetable and cheese boards also feature.
Cocktails look a focus too, and there's an interesting-looking G&T menu reading like a who's-who of quality gin producers – think Hendrick's, Tanqueray, Sipsmith, Portobello, Ophir and Monkey Fortyseven. There’s a decent number of wines in the £20-£30 region but plenty to get the City boys interested at the upper end, too.
Keep an eye out for special events and notable acts on the music programme.
14-16 Harbour Exchange Square
|Opening hours:||Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 23:30pm. Saturday: 17:00pm - 23:30pm. Sunday: Closed|
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