Jamie's Italian (Canary Wharf) Reviews
Description:Unit 17, 2 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5RB. Tel: 020 3002 5252
Newest Review: ... bowl of pasta or a signature seafood dish. Trade keeps up all day and all night and we have frequently been placed on the list for a table. The waiting area is a bit small and the "overflow" is a terrace, which isn't great on cold nights, in a part of London so windy I have seen a man's dog blown off the ground. The hype is pulled through with the design of the menu and ... more
Customer Jamie's Italian (Canary Wharf) Reviews (2)
by - written on 24/08/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
When I first heard that Jamie Oliver was opening a restaurant in the middle of one of the largest financial centres in the world, call me cynical but alarm bells started to ring. In my mind Jamie Oliver is one of these new chefs who have started to sell out and make a quick buck, and there is a lot of money to be made with high-street eating at the moment. I am pleased to say that Jamie's Italian is a stand-alone, great restaurant and the news that the chain is expanding thrills me because more and more people can try them out (Canary Wharf is a little bit "back of beyond, even for Londoners). As you may imagine, the restaurant is packed out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 156 readings)
After all the hype, and all the TV appearances, along with an unending (or so it would seem) stream of campaigns to get Britain eating Brittish produce, as well as happy, well looked after, and cared for chickens/pigs/cattle/vegetables/children; Jamie Oliver once again goes back to the thing he should have been doing all along. Opening Italian restaurants up and down the country (I mean, how patriotic is that?). Jamie made his name in the kitchen and on our screens, teaching people how to cook in the nude (I never watched but can only assume, given the title of the programme) and has become a mainstay on our screens and in our hearts, not to mention stomachs, ... Read the complete review
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