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M Canary Wharf

Modern European, Steak·
Silver Award

SquareMeal Review of M Canary Wharf

Silver Award

As the third branch in the M Restaurants group, we expected nothing less than the style and glamour of the other locations, and M Canary Wharf didn’t let us down on that front. Floor to ceiling glass offers tremendous views of Canary Wharf and the City on either side - views which we admired with a glass of Mirabeau, warm, crusty mini baguettes and olive tapenade. 

It didn’t take long for the self labelled ‘gastro-playground’ to show its lively side, with a starter of Wagyu tartare arriving in a smoke-filled dome. In competition with such extravagance, a simple Scotch egg held its own thanks to delicate wagyu, a crispy coating, and a rich, smoked ketchup. 

Known for its award-winning grill section, we headed straight for an on the bone sirloin steak as well as the black gnocchi. While beautifully cooked, the steak fell short of perfection due to the beef dripping jus - slightly too rich and salty for a liberal pouring. Sides of ratatouille and broccoli with a chilli brittle brought impressive, bold flavours but the star of the show was the 15 hour Wagyu Parmesan chips. Producing a crunch probably heard from the other side of the restaurant and finished with a table-side grating of Parmesan, these are certainly worth the 15 hour prep. 

The playful previous dishes left us eager for dessert which consisted of a passion fruit cheesecake and the restaurant’s take on a Snickers bar; although the cheesecake was refreshing and pleasant it was easily overshadowed. Thick, gooey nougat comes topped with nuts, smooth chocolate mousse and a thin, glistening layer of chocolate. Elegant and indulgent, a scoop of dulce ice cream cut through the richness and cocoa-dusted nuts delivered on their promise of a satisfying crunch. 

If you want to feel like royalty, M Canary Wharf is the place to go - magnificent views, stylish surroundings and top-quality dishes served by staff who will go above and beyond to make your night perfect. 

Good to know

Average Price
££££ - Over £80
Modern European, Steak
Fine dining, Glamorous, Luxury, Romantic
Food Occasions
All day dining, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Alfresco And Views
Great views, Waterside
Special Features
Vegetarian options
Birthdays, Celebrations, Dates, Group dining [8+], Romantic, Special occasions
Food Hygiene Rating


From the team behind Gaucho, M Restaurants is a spin off brand that offer a similarly steak-focused menu. With existing outposts on Threadneedle Street and Victoria Street, Canary Wharf marks the third opening for the mini chain.

This 180-cover restaurant spans the ground and first floors of Newfoundland in the heart of the financial district and offers the perfect destination for both client dinners or colleague get-togethers, as well as being a suave option for friends and family meets.

The interiors have been designed by René Decker who have transformed the 10,00 square foot space into a sleek restaurant reminiscent of the look of vintage yachts from the French Riviera. This translates into 360-degree floor-to-ceiling windows and the use of teak and leather throughout.

On the menu you’ll find the expected line-up of high-quality steak cuts as well as a few more left field choices. All ingredients, the restaurant says, are sourced from the best ethical and sustainable suppliers. A move which the group hopes will bolster its aim to become carbon neutral across all sites by 2030. Food is cooked over smoke, coal, and wood to create real depth of flavour while a Himalayan salt chamber allows the team to age their meat on site for added richness to cuts of premium beef like Highland Wagyu and Kobe grade 10+. Alternatives to red meat include a cobia tartare; an octopus carpaccio; lobster with a wasabi and avocado salad; and seabass with garlic, herbs, and lemon.

Aside from the main restaurant, there’s also a private members’ lounge, two exclusive dining spaces available for hire, a wine tasting room and a dedicated café area called La Petite M Café. Here guests can order from a menu that spans breakfast through to lunch during the day and moves into charcuterie boards with a choice of wines come evening.


How do you become a member?

You can apply for membership through the restaurant's website. Benefits include access to the lounges across all sites, networking parties and annual polo and golf days.

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Is private dining available?

Yes, there are two private dining rooms

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Are there vegetarian options?

Yes, vegetarian dishes are available

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First floor, 10 Newfoundland Place, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4BH

020 3327 7771 020 3327 7771


Opening Times

All day
Mon 07:00-22:30
Tue 07:00-22:30
Wed 07:00-22:30
Thu 07:00-22:30
Fri 07:00-22:30
Sat 12:00-23:00
Sun 12:00-22:00


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3 Reviews 


06 February 2023  
Food & Drink 5
Service 5
Atmosphere 5
Value 5
Canary Wharf’s Finest - Must dine!

Great restaurant with great views and food! The menu selections really are of great value. I will be returning with more of us soon


03 January 2023  
Food & Drink 5
Service 5
Atmosphere 5
Value 5

Stunning decor like being on a luxury cruiseliner, gorgeous riverside views and a great menu with Wagyu and Kobe beef on!

Andrew H

25 November 2022   - Verified Diner
Food & Drink 4
Service 3
Atmosphere 3
Value 4

Good food marred by inadequate service.

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