This Docklands newcomer is a restaurant and lounge within co-living space The Collective Canary Wharf, which holds the impressive title of the world’s largest co-living space, no less. The building’s 20th floor is the base for Mthr, which serves a menu of global comfort food to both residents and visitors.
The kitchen here is headed up by chef Arnaud Delannay, who has over a decade of experience in the hospitality industry, having worked in the kitchens at Darwin Brasserie, the Trafalgar St James Hotel and, most recently, holding the position of head chef of Vivi at Centre Point.
Mthr is inspired by the notion of ‘coming home’ and is open all day, keeping diners satisfied from breakfast through to dinner. Alongside the à la carte menu of comfort food dishes, diners can also choose from dim sum food carts or swing by The Market Table to grab their meal.
The Market Table is inspired by food from around the globe and features a constantly evolving menu of seasonal salads, meats and fish. That means you can choose between the varied likes of chilled soba noodles with seared tuna, whole sea bream with harissa and even a taste of the classic Sunday roast via rosemary lamb shoulder.
Mthr is also a great place to check out the capital’s skyline, boasting panoramic views of the city. If you haven’t got enough time to sit and admire the views though, Mthr also offers a handy grab ‘n’ go selection for those short on time, which should come in handy for Canary Wharf’s throng of suits.
The Collective Canary Wharf features 705 rooms across 21 floors. It follows the trend of hotel apartments seen at London properties such as The Stratford, with guests able to take advantage of flexible leases which allow them to rent living space from a single night up to 12 months.