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Breakfast, Brunch and Dine at the Crossrail Place in Canary Wharf

Breakfast, Brunch and Dine at the Crossrail Place in Canary Wharf

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    Apr 20, 2016   Author : admin

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The world-class collection of restaurants in London keeps on growing and improving. And now that the upcoming warm season is finally upon us, what better way than to dine and drink to your heart's content, right? In particular, the range of eating options in Canary Wharf just got a lot more impressive when the stunning Crossrail Place opened last summer. The place has a lot of things you can do when you've got the time, from walking through the lovely Roof Garden to shopping the excellent selection of DIY crafts and gifts at Tiger, there's a lot more when you visit. In addition, there are also a lot of palatable and exquisite options while you're there:

Sticks n Sushi

This restaurant finally gives a solution to those groups of diners in which not everyone wants sushi. Those who don't want fish can choose from a variety of different skewers with meat or vegetables. It is also got an enticing breakfast menu, with a Japanese and Danish influenced early morning selection of treats. The restaurant's namesake is a delicious choice for first time goers: sticks and sushi. If you're looking for something palatable, you can try the "Truffle Cauliflower Beef Sticks with Crunchy Chilli" and pair it with a cold saki.

Poncho 8

Another top class option for eating at Crossrail Place is the excellent Poncho 8. This restaurant is famed for its stunning Mexican burritos. It also even offers low carb options now as well. If you haven't tried one of the other branches in the capital then this is a good opportunity to see what the fuss is all about. There is a lot more than burritos here for you. Tacos, grilled chicken, salads and nachos are all on the menu as well.

The Breakfast Club

This is a fun place to try out the all day menu and to look for the mysterious secret cocktail bar too. It is an American inspired place eatery with a 80s style and a great sense of humour. The breakfast menu is especially good, with The Full Monty guaranteed to fill you up and the Reggie the Veggie a nice vegetarian option. Check out their cool website for a few retro laughs too.

Chai Ki

This new Indian dining room and toddy shop bar looks like a fine place to spend a few hours. As well as Indian soul food, it also comes with a big selection of beers, ales, cocktails and wines. You may also want to try one of the restaurant's specialty which is th ‘Konkan Chicken Curry", a spicy and savoury cuisine all the way from the Western Coast of India. Or you can just go ahead and order "Butter Chicken" which is similarly delicious.

Ippudo, London

Ippudo in London is the closest thing to Japanese Ramen since the restaurant's specialty highlights on a bowl with spicy pork and eggs. If you're not familiar with the Japanese cuisine, you may want to start lightly and order Vegetarian Ramen or Yamitsuki Goma Kyuri which is a crunchy Japanese cucumber seasoned with Ippudo's original sesame oil dressing. There are a lot of Ramen selection so you will have plenty of recipes to choose from.

Big Easy, London

Thinking of getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city life and enjoy a palatable day instead? Head to Big Easy in Canary Wharf, London. The restaurant offers wide array of liquor menu for happy hour. In addition, they also offer a top notch serving of A La Carte menu such as Chilled Atlantic Crab Claws, Pit-Smoked Bar.B.Q. Chicken, Spicy Black Bean Veggie Burger and more! The place is usually packed and buzzing so make reservations ahead.

Image: WeLoveFood, TheLondoner, CanaryWharf, LondonTheInside, Pinterest, Wilkes888, HospitalityInteriors, DesignMyNight | MYC Writer: Robert Bell | Edited by Elonah Bioneda

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