The Parlour

40 Canada Square Park, London, E14 5FW

(2.3)
British

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Main Course £10
Food Spend £25
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Wednesday: 08:00 - 23:00
Thursday & Friday: 08:00 - late
Saturday: 10:00 - 00:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 19:00

Great value of food for the meal deal, fab dessert, good location. The only negative comment I can left is that there's not much staff around although the waitress serving us was helpful and pleasant x

Darwin Sanchez 29 April 2014
From London Borough of Camden

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More about The Parlour

A creative, garden-inspired bar and restaurant in the heart of Canary Wharf, The Parlour comes from restaurateurs of the moment, Drake and Morgan. A contemporary international menu and an inventive selection of drinks feature in a chic, timber-panelled setting.

A kaleidoscopic menu at The Parlour ranges from British classic cottage pie, reworked with pancetta and swede mash, to prawn lollipops and katsu fries. Succulent steaks can be upgraded to surf ‘n’ turf with a half Scottish lobster, while a breakfast and brunch menu offers a variety of options from around the world alongside innovative cocktail recipes, like the breakfast martini.

A 30-page drinks list at The Parlour in London provides a spectrum of offerings, from fairy-tale inspired cocktails, like the ‘Prince Charming’ blend of spiced rum, pomegranate & chai-infused syrup, to hearty draught beers. Its contemporary industrial-style setting is offset by rustic timber floorboards and a vibrant neon yellow colour scheme.

The Parlour faces onto Canada Square Park, just a 4-minute walk from Canary Wharf Tube Station.

Customer Reviews for The Parlour

2.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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(1)
11 September 2014 by Victoria Derkach from London
Overall the experience was very disappointing from all angles, except desert. Service was appalling, mainly slow and unfriendly. I believe it's the first time when waiter responds to a request for what Cognac do they have: " I don't drink it, I don't know." Later he was trying to teach me that the Cognac doesn't go by age, which I found rude and unnecessary to hear from someone who provides me service.
The offer wasn't valid, first they said that it is 18 now instead of 15 pounds, than cane over to say that prosecco isn't included, just a soft drink. I ended up getting something else my mum took the offer. Lobster was brought without a special fork and they said they don't have it, steak was undercooked despite asking for a medium to well done.
Desert was nice and the waiter who brought it was lively, but overall that didn't help with the disappointment. Perhaps the initial waiter should reconsider if this is a job for him with such an attitude.
Although I work across the road I don't think I'll ever go there again!
(1)
30 April 2014 by James Williams from London
The food was awful! There is a reason this place has 26 terrible ratings on Trip Advisor; that’s 20% of reviewers rating it terrible! If I’d have checked first i wouldn’t have booked; it doesn’t matter how many fake reviews they add saying the place is excellent – 26 terrible out of just over 100 reviews is all you need to know.
The lobster was overcooked and flavourless, the steak mediocre, the chips …frozen. This is the kind of meal I would expect in Yates or Weatherspoon’s; but worse – if you’re hungry there is much better food to be had for less and if you like nice food (which I do) then pay the same and get your monies worth elsewhere.
You might ask, well what do I expect when I order steak and lobster with Prosecco for £15? But there are deals out there which deliver on price and quality – this one doesn’t! The Reform Social Grill does 2 hanger steaks with frites and a bottle of wine for £16 each (it used to be £14 but was so popular they put the price up – it’s still a great deal). I haven’t tried the Strip Steakhouse at the new London Malmasion but they offer steak frites and a bottle of malbec for two at £45; and the Sherlock Holmes Park Plaza does a similar ribeye deal that’s very good – both equivalent in cost when you consider the extra wine an entire bottle provides!! Alternatively the steak, lobster and cocktail at the Heliot Steakhouse in the Hippodrome Casino are £20 but they give you £10 in casino chips each! Its easy to win them back on roulette (you can’t cash the ones they give you) making the deal a tenner – or paying for your wine!
It’s not difficult to find a good butcher in London, source cheaper cuts like Onglet, Bravett, or Hanger from a happy well aged cow and cook them honestly. The Reform does that and the Sherlock Holmes Ribeye’s are good, the Heliot uses a vac-packed steak but everything’s well cooked, the lobsters great, and the homemade bread is fantastic; overall experience is excellent!
At the Parlour, I felt cheated!
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29 April 2014 by Darwin Sanchez from London Borough of Camden
Great value of food for the meal deal, fab dessert, good location. The only negative comment I can left is that there's not much staff around although the waitress serving us was helpful and pleasant x
(3)
21 February 2014 by Takhona Nhlengethwa from London
Had a lovely dinner with a friend, but the drinks were the highlight of the evening. Would definitely recommend the martini porn star, and classic mojito cocktails.

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40 Canada Square Park, London, E14 5FW

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