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Win a £500 restaurant voucher at Canary Wharf

We hope you’re hungry: right now, you could bag £500 to spend at one of Canary Wharf’s fantastic restaurants

Written by Time Out. Paid for by Canary Wharf
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While you’re making the most of London’s return, we’ve got something very special for you. Canary Wharf is a fantastic place to eat very well this season, with a collection of excellent new restaurants spanning cuisines of Korea, Greece, China, Japan and more – all surrounded by serene parkland and Thames views.

Whether you’re after street food to savour while walking around the river Thames, a cracking new brunch spot for those slower afternoons or a fantastic dinner, you’re spoiled for choice in this part of the city. Has that got your appetite going? Well, there’s more... 

We’ve got a competition for you! Winners will win a meal at a Canary Wharf restaurant worth £500, and two runners-up can bag £250 Canary Wharf Gift Cards. Not bad at all, hey? Whether you win or lose, we know you’ll be curious to see just what is on offer in the area. So here’s a mere taster of all the good food to be found there. 

First, enter your details below to go into the draw to win!

Dining highlights of Canary Wharf

Conscious cuisine
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Conscious cuisine

If you’re making an effort to be a little more mindful about what you put on your plate, then good news: so are the restaurants of Canary Wharf. Eco-friendly materials, locally sourced ingredients and sustainably caught seafood are par for the course across the dining options here; for example, the soon-to-open MMy Wood Wharf by Mercato Metropolitano runs The FarMM, which supports eco-agricultural initiatives. Wine-lovers should head to Humble Grape, which features 400-plus wines sourced from local, organic and biodynamic vineyards. And Pergola on the Wharf, in Crossrail Place, recently partnered with the eco-conscious Sapling Spirits to create a ‘Tree Planter’ cocktail. For every cocktail sold in June, Sapling planted a tree, which came to a total of 1,137! Enjoy a Sapling cocktail on Pergola On The Wharf’s vine-filled wrap-around terrace.

Street food
Photograph: Nunzio Prenna

Street food

Isn’t street food, the food of the streets, just a little unbeatable? Small menus, experts doing things well, outdoor seats so you don’t have to worry about sticking things up your nose and mouth as often. Blissful. There’s loads of good street grub here. Whether you want some Korean goodness from Seoul Bird (Korean fried chicken and kimchi mac & cheese anyone?) or Greek food by geniuses Smashing Plates with a great build-your-own gyros style menu and other classic sides, you’re spoiled for choice.

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Innovative dining
Photograph: Michael Hunter


Innovative dining

Go on, treat yourself! At Six by Nico, chef Nico Simeone is back with his second London outpost, and an original concept. As the name suggests, it offers a tasting menu that changes every six weeks. You could arrive to find an entirely different theme and menu!

The theme is usually a location or memory, and there’s always a vegetarian set menu too. Until September, it’s an elevated version of a traditional chippie. Intrigued? You should be…

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