This Canary Wharf newcomer is a generous smorgasbord, with a good dollop of style on the side. The room itself, up above Canada Square, is laid-back yet smart, with a zinc-topped bar, mottled antiqued mirrors and slouchy leather sofas alongside the dining area. There’s also a very respectable collective CV behind the scenes, and it shows: co-owner/sommelier Sunaina Sethi (from Indian star Trishna in Marylebone) is responsible for the classy wine list, while mixologists from avant-garde Purl provide the dashing cocktails. Affable staff know their stuff and the all-day international menu works hard to offer something for everyone, from a breakfast sandwich of wild-boar bacon and sourdough to a more delicate evening offering of scallops with Jerusalem-artichoke purée, gremolata and spicy ’nduja, followed by a kirsch-cherry sundae that should be allowed to spread its joy at any hour.
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