Big Easy Canary Wharf 1

Upper Level 1, Crossrail Place, Canary Wharf , London, E14 5AR

2 reviews

35 North American Docklands

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SquareMeal Review of Big Easy Canary Wharf

The Norman Foster Crossrail terminal at Canary Wharf has more than architectural prowess and sensible travel links to recommend it – it also has a Big Easy (the third site, following Big Easy Covent Garden and Chelsea) occupying a third of its top floor. With views stretching over the whole of Canary Wharf, the adjacent Crossrail garden and live music every night, it is a great place to drink in both summer and winter. To eat? There is an oyster and raw bar to keep it bang up to date with current fashions, as well as plenty of barbecue meat. They’re determined to do things in proper American style here: it’s not just the portions that are outsized, they’ve also installed three enormous US-built smokers. The restaurant also boasts a vast open kitchen and the biggest pit room anywhere in the UK. It may seem a bit excessive if all you want is a burger, but they’ve got a reputation for those too. 

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7.0

Food & Drink: 6.5

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 7.5

Value: 6.5

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 2.0

Ben S. 16 November 2016

Big Easy is what you expect - a good location, average food and service. The quality of the meal was better than I expected but it is far from Haute cuisine. Large sized portions and good service and atmosphere - this is a great location for a mid week catch up with a group of friends - not somewhere for a special occasion.

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 4.0

Jeanpaul C. bronze reviewer 27 May 2016

The Big Easy Bar.B.Q and Crabshack, uniquely stands out as it is surrounded by the towering glass buildings of Canary Wharf. Being the most recent opening of Big Easy restaurants, this nautical themed restaurant brings you an American Gulf Coast experience with lobster cages, ropes, dim boat style lighting and American Blues music. You will be immersed in a fisherman’s atmosphere. READ THE REST OF THE REVIEW: http://dinewithjp.com/big-easy-canary-wharf/

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