Canary Wharf, handmade food and Italian restaurants

July 14, 2023
written by: Veronica Eredi

Living in or visiting the exclusive and financial centre of Canary Wharf is an electrifying experience. Like a little New York on the banks of the Thames in East London, the place is an excellent example of renewal. In the old port of London, the Docklands once stood. There, from where ships departed for the Canaries, in one of the biggest ports in the world, you now find skyscrapers built by prestigious architects and banks, luxury shops, luxurious gyms, excellent international food and Italian restaurants. Like Dez Amore’s new, small, Italian street food restaurant. Dez Amore Kiosk in Canary Wharf is located in Reuters Plaza, at the entrance of the underground’s Jubilee line.

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Canary Wharf, food, gyms and roof garden

Between a visit to the roof garden and the tasting of top-quality dishes and food, an expression of every cuisine in the world, Canary Wharf is a borough to be experienced and discovered. The Crossrail Place Roof Garden is free to visit and open to the public until sunset and was designed by the architectural studio Foster + Partners. The garden is a vegetal tale and contains plants native to the countries visited by Britain’s fleet during its maritime explorations. If you are looking for gyms, some of the best gyms in the city can be found here on the banks of the Thames. Such as Third Space, PureGym London, Virgin Active, Barry’s London etc. Before or after a gym session, it may be recommended to snack on a plate of Italian pasta. Fresh pasta, a source of carbohydrates, is a great dish to give energy to the body engaged in a sporting activity.

Italian restaurants in Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf draws a new skyline in the city of London. Modernity and tradition come together in this old borough with its fascinating history. A history that tells of travelling around the world, explorations, fusion of cultures. The ideal place to find a treasure resulting from this openness and fusion: Italian cuisine in the heart of Canary Wharf. Among the Italian restaurants in the neighbourhood, Dez AMORE stands out for its pasta handmade every day, and cooked on the spot in front of the customers’ eyes. Traditional and fresh Italian sauces in the heart of London’s modernity.

Our handmade pasta in Reuters Plaza

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Dez Amore Kiosk’s Italian street food restaurant in Canary Wharf offers you the chance to enjoy a dish of handmade, fresh Italian pasta at any time of the day. The pasta is ready in a few minutes and is cooked in front of your eyes. The menu includes tagliatelle, caserecce, ravioli and gnocchi, and sauces such as Carbonara, Bolognese, Tomato, Pesto. The star dish is the Cacio e Pepe, from the Roman tradition.

Dez Amore Kiosk in Canary Wharf, where to find us

Dez Amore Kiosk in Canary Wharf is located in Reuters Plaza. You can find us just off the tube at the Canary Wharf stop, on the Jubilee line. Right at the entrance to Canada Place.