anary Wharf cooking outpost Tompkins supplies Docklanders with an area to enjoy the finer points in life at their peculiar bar and grill. With a style plan including mismatched tables and walls overpopulated with ancient portraits, the bar has a lively and energetic ambience to wash clean the workday slate. The restaurant tones down the style tricks for a more appetite-inviting environment and offers delectable brasserie charge like meat and chips, traditional NY pizza or fritto misto. The drinks are awesome and Tompkins has a comprehensive wine list-- best for lunch time or a post-work decompression session if you're a Wharfer.
South Wharf's shiny Pot Peninsula high-rise buildings are covered & tailed by Inc Group venues, from the 48th-floor private-hire Attic bar to ground-floor Tompkins-- a respect to Nyc's brasseries. With its double-height room, large waterside terrace & eclectic mix of furnishings (believe 1950s' sofas beneath Tom Dixon candelabrums), this is as cool and trendy as Docklands obtains. In part suited to homeowners in the flats over, it really feels a little bit like a hotel eatery peddling everything from all-day eggs Benedict or smoked salmon to smart-casual alternatives such as New york city strip steak, seafood linguine, crunchy duck salad or peach Melba (the food selection is a lot more comprehensive post-6pm). There's additionally a really inexpensive collection lunch time (â�¤ 15 for three programs), however costs are incomparably reasonable across the board. A well-balanced wine listing
4 Pan Peninsula Square
Opening Times: Mon-Fri 08:00-23:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-00:00
Best for: Relax
Closest Tube: Canary Wharf (South Quay DLR)
Dress Code: Smart/Casual
Music: Eclectic Background