Best Canary Wharf Brunches

Canary Wharf may be famed as the financial heartland and business district of the UK, but there are plenty of atmospheric eateries and restaurants to try out, all of them serving up delicious food and plenty of options for alcoholic drinks. Next time you’re planning a relaxing visit to the Canary Wharf area over the weekend, check out this list of our favourite brunch Canary Wharf options. Prices vary between outlets, with some charging per person, while others simply charge per item.

1. Big Easy Canary Wharf

Visit the Big Easy any Friday through Sunday from 12 noon to experience one of the best brunches in town. You can opt for the basic brunch with one drink included for £29.50 per person, or push the boat out for an extra fiver and go for the bottomless drinks option. Specialties include home-smoked BBQ with St Louis ribs and beans with freshly baked cornbread.

2. Bokan 37

Set in the heart of the London Docklands, this artisanal restaurant serves brunches on Saturdays only from 12.30 pm. Romanian chef, Robert Manea, has worked at the Michelin-starred L’Atelier, so you can be sure your brunch menu will include some extraordinary selections. Specials include soft-boiled egg with winter black truffle and ox cheek calamarata. What could be better than treating the special person in your life to this delicious dining experience?  

3. Gaucho Canary Wharf

The Gaucho Electro Brunch Feast costs £66 and includes a bottomless selection of alcoholic drinks. The wide-ranging menu features a variety of delicious dishes including chilli mushrooms on toast and steak with eggs. Round off your meal with an indulgent dessert such as mousse or Eton Mess. Alcoholic beverages include Jack Daniel’s Lemonade, Bloody Marys, and Pornstar Martinis. 

4. The Parlour

All meals and drinks can be pre-ordered at The Parlour which features an all-day menu with every item individually priced. Specials include wild mushroom risotto and roast chicken breast, venison Scotch egg with Bramley apple sauce, and stargazy fish pie with a cheddar mash crust. If you arrive early enough you can choose from a varied breakfast menu, which includes a selection of malted waffles and tasty smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. Drinks are extra, with a Pornstar Martini cocktail to share costing £95 for 12 serves and a wide variety of bottled beers and ciders. 

5. The Breakfast Club, Canary Wharf

The Breakfast Club serves an extensive brunch menu on Saturday only, until 5 pm. Mix and match a wide range of menu options, as all items are priced individually. Chocaholics will adore the mini doughnut-style pancake balls filled with delicious dark chocolate ganache, while diners after something more savoury will find that the Truffle  Mushroom Benedict priced at just £14 is a sublime gastronomic pleasure. A variety of fried chicken plates are available, alongside pancake stacks and their own Club Classics. English breakfast fans will adore the Greasy Spoon which will set you up for the day with three rashes of bacon, two sausages, hash browns, two fried eggs, and baked beans, and is priced at £13. 

6. The Alchemist Canary Wharf

The Alchemy Cocktail Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday between 12 noon and 2 pm. It’s an ideal choice for those who enjoy a bit of theatrical flair on their table with beautifully presented food and drinks. This brunch option is priced at just £32 for a brunch dish, accompanied by three, sparkly cocktails. Cocktails include Bubble Bath, Cherry Poppins, and the ever-popular Aperol Spritz, while menu specials feature salt beef Benedict and the Full Alchemist English breakfast. 

7. Pergola on the Wharf

Party lovers will be sure to enjoy the Bottomless Brunch served up at the Pergola on the Wharf. Priced at just £35 per person, this 90-minute brunch deal is available from 11 am to 4 pm at weekends only. Bottomless drinks options include Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Bubbles, or Pergola Punch. If a varied selection of free-flowing and delicious alcoholic drinks is important for your brunch deal, the Pergola is definitely the restaurant to choose!

8. ROKA Canary Wharf

If you want to push the boat out for a daytime weekend brunch, the ROKA Canary Wharf is a fantastic choice if you adore Japanese food. Brunch is priced at £69.50 per person, including a cocktail on arrival and free-flowing red and white wine served throughout your meal. First-course choices feature sharing platters, with main courses including sashimi, gyoza, salmon fillet teriyaki, and glazed baby back ribs. This is rounded off by a delicious dessert platter to share.

9. Electric Shuffle Canary Wharf

Available from Thursday to Sunday inclusive, the Electric Shuffle brunch deal is definitely different. Prices range from £30 to £40 per person and include a bottle of prosecco each or non-alcoholic mocktails if preferred. What makes this brunch stand out is the addition of electric shuffleboard to the menu. Guests get to compete for the title of shuffleboard champion for up to an hour during the visit. If dining with a competitive twist appeals to you, then this could be the brunch deal for you and your friends! Bottomless pizza is also on the menu at Electric Shuffle, with options for vegan or gluten-free diets, if preferred.

10. CARAVAN Canary Wharf

The Caravan at Canary Wharf offers an extensive brunch menu of tempting food and drinks. All items are individually charged, so you can mix and match to achieve the perfect brunch deal. Diners wanting a light meal will adore the option to choose just cereals and fruit, while guests with a robust appetite will surely appreciate the main meal plates. Specials include Cumberland sausage patties with fried egg, rosemary butter sweet potato, and buttermilk dill pickle ranch crispy sage, as well as a special fry-up or veggie fry-up, priced at £13.50. Desserts include sorbets, pandan and rose water slice with coconut yogurt and pistachios, and caramelised brioche. All desserts are priced at £7.50. The varied drinks menu features Peach Bellinis, a breakfast martini with orange marmalade, and golden spiced milk, priced at just £3.50. Coffee and a range of teas are also available from £3. 

Nothing beats a relaxing weekend visit to the fascinating Canary Wharf district. Make your trip truly memorable with an unforgettable brunch that will ensure everybody has an amazing day out.

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