Isle of Dogs

Elephant Royale

Elephant Royale
Locke's Wharf
Westferry Road
London E14 3AN

Tel: 020 7987 7999

Thai restaurant with excellent views towards Greenwich. Buffet lunch on Sundays at £14.50 per head.

The Ferry House

The Ferry House
26 Ferry Street
London E14

Tel: 020 7537 9587

There has been a pub on this site since Tudor Times. The present building dates from 1822, and was much used as a place of restoration by ferry travellers to and from Greenwich until the opening of the foot tunnel in 1902.

Gaylord Restaurant

Gaylord Restaurant
141 Manchester Road
Isle of Dogs
London E14 3DN

Tel: 020 7538 9826
Fax: 020 7538 0393

Nearest DLR station: Island Gardens

Open: 12 noon to 2.30pm, Monday – Sunday. 6pm to midnight, Monday – Sunday

Established since 1989, The Gaylord has achieved immense success. We have won numerous awards, including Carlton TV, Time Out & Docklands good food awards. The Gaylord has also been featured on the Big Breakfast, Carlton T.V. and many other programmes in recognition of commitment to provide only the best Indian Dishes. The Gaylord has now become favourite, to many showbiz personalities

The George

The George
114 Glengall Grove
Millwall
London E14 9ND

Tel: 020 79874433

The Gun

The Gun
27 Coldharbour
London E14

tel: 020 7537 9587

web: http://www.thegundocklands.com/

One of Dockland’s oldest pubs, The Gun overlooks the river and O2 arena, and has an outdoor terrace plus excellent menu.

Hubbub at The Space

Hubbub at The Space
269 Westferry Road
Isle of Dogs
London E14 3RS

Tel: 020 7515 5577

Generous portions make this a firm favourite with locals of the area

Britannia International Hotel

International Hotel
163 Marsh Wall
London E14 9SJ

Tel: 020 7712 0100

The hotel has three restaurants – the pizzeria restaurant, a carvery, and Crompton’s French restaurant.

The Lotus Chinese Floating Restaurant

The Lotus Chinese Floating Restaurant
38 Limeharbour
Inner Millwall Dock
London E14 9RH

Tel: 020 7515 6445

A wonderful way to have a meal in the Docklands area is on this wonderful floating restaurant. The food is marvellous, with classic dishes from several Chinese regions, and the view of the Canary Wharf sky-scape, makes this a great setting for a romantic meal.

Lord Nelson

Lord Nelson
1 Manchester Road
Isle of Dogs
London E14 3BD

Tel: 020 7987 1970

Memsaheb on Thames

Memsaheb on Thames
65/67 Amsterdam Road
London E14 3UU

Tel: 020 7538 3008
Fax: 020 7538 3008

Nearest DLR station: Crossharbour

Open: 12 noon – 2.30, Monday – Friday (Lunch). 6pm – 11.30pm, Saturday and Sunday (Dinner)

Finest Indian Cuisine

North Pole Public House

North Pole Public House
74 Manilla Street
Millwall
London E14 8LG

Tel: 020 7987 5443

Small, but lovely out of the way pub less than 5 minutes walk from the main Canary Wharf area. Well worth making the effort to find if with a small group of friends and you’re after the traditional pub feel.

Pier Tavern

Pier Tavern
299 Manchester Road
Isle of Dogs
London E14 3HN

Tel: 020 7515 9528

Prides Balcony Restaurant

Prides Balcony Restaurant
1-4 Westferry Road
Isle of Dogs
London E14 9AQ

The Rogue Trader

The Rogue Trader
25 Westferry Road
Millwall
London E14 8JH

Tel: 020 75179233

A typical, traditional pub, with grub to match. It’s a cosy little place with a selection of real ales and a small dining area.

The Spinnaker

The Spinnaker
Harbour Exchange Square
London E14

Tel: 020 7538 9329

Good food and drink with good views over the dock.

Tooke Arms

Tooke Arms
165 Westferry Road
Isle of Dogs
London E14 8NH

Tel: 020 7987 3424

Waterfront Bar

187 South Quay Plaza
Marshwall
London E14 9SH

Tel: 020 7537 3903
Fax: 020 7537 3909

Nearest DLR station: South Quay

Open: 11am – 11pm, Monday to Friday

A delightful waterside bar overlooking the O2 arena and Canary Wharf Tower. The indoor menu makes this the perfect place for a formal or informal lunch. A large attractive terrace with a summer barbecue is available.

Waterman`s Arms

Waterman’s Arms
1 Glenaffric Avenue
Isle of Dogs
London E14 3BW

Tel: 020 7093 2883

The Waterman's Arms is in the Island Gardens Conservation Area. It is a Grade Two building for its architectural merits, as well as a welcoming pub and restaurant. Food is reasonably priced, traditional English.