You’ve done it. You’ve nearly made it to the end of January. As Dry January and Veganuary come to a close, you may be looking for new restaurants to try next month to reintroduce fun tipples and indulgent meat and fish dishes, as well as keeping some vegan dishes and alcohol-free places in mind to still enjoy those dry January benefits.
If you’re looking for places to eat, drink and explore healthier, more holistic ways of living across the Estate, you’ll find everything you need nearby. Extend the Veganuary and Dry January trend at a wide range of premium restaurants and eateries in the Canary Wharf area or try something new at one of our latest launches. The many vegan restaurants and newly established eateries near Canary Wharf offer a wide range of futuristic and tantalising options to suit every local’s taste buds and dietary choices alike.
PLACES TO EAT CANARY WHARF
For those looking to extend Dry January and Veganuary, there is a fantastic range of vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Canary Wharf that are prepared to serve their guests only the best plant-based dishes and alcohol-free mocktails. Ranging from authentic Italian cuisine and contemporary twists to classic vegan burgers, to six-course tasting menus and traditional Sunday Roasts, there is a collection of dishes and drink available for everyone. Enjoy the sensory pleasures that this vibrant area of London has to offer.
NEW OPENINGS NEAR VERTUS
Some of our top recommendations include Emilia’s Crafted Pasta (coming soon to George Street), a true Italian restaurant with a focus on comforting European dishes with fresh vegan and vegetarian options available too. Keep them in mind when thinking about our places to eat in Canary Wharf.
MMy Wood Wharf is soon to occupy two levels of 10 George Street at Vertus. This artisanal kitchen will focus on natural and sustainable food when it opens its doors.
City favourite M Restaurant will soon call Newfoundland home, occupying two floors to offer visitors a modern international grill restaurant, bar, private dining space, and members’ lounge.
QUICK EATS, CLASSIC MENUS, AND TIPPLES OF CHOICE
Cojean’s ‘fast good’ food, delectable and customisable plant-based field trays at Farmer J and The Vurger Co. at Wharf Kitchen’s 100% vegan and allergy-conscious fast food are perfect options when looking for a quick snack or lunch whilst at work.
Those looking for a memorable ambiance to pair with their meal can dine at the Hawksmoor Wood Wharf, which is housed in an eco-friendly floating pavilion in a new riverside neighbourhood in Canary Wharf and now offers a Sunday Roast spread alongside their classic menu. Looking for a new tipple of choice? Book a table at The Lowback, Hawksmoor’s most ambitious bar yet. Start your sipping session with a traditional glass such as a Dirty Vodka martini or a gin-fuelled ‘Tom & Jerez' and finish on a perfect nightcap, the Night Nurse.
Gallio captures the vibrant essence of Mediterranean cuisine with its selection of colourful, nutritious, and creative dishes inspired by fresh produce. Those looking to extend vegan January 2022 into February can also check out Neat Burger, a pioneering plant-based restaurant that focuses on delivering American-style diner classics made with more sustainable and environmentally-friendly ingredients.
EXPLORE THE CANARY WHARF VEGAN SCENE AND BEYOND
There is a wealth of Canary Wharf vegan restaurants, as well as new openings catering for all dietary requirements. Those who are eager to extend the Dry January Challenge will also find an assortment of delicious, alcohol-free beverages available to keep them happy and healthy.
Explore Canary Wharf, its diverse dining scene, and the most exciting new restaurant Canary Wharf openings in Wood Wharf.
Discover restaurants on your doorstep living at Vertus. With M Restaurant occupying the first floor at Newfoundland, and MMy and Emilia’s Crafted Pasta at George Street, residents are spoilt for choice. Find your new home with Vertus.
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