- Foodie hotspot Atrium Kitchen just launched in Cabot Place
- New glass domed space houses global restaurants Gallio, German Doner Kebab, Marugame Udon, Nando’s and trendy Neat Burger
An exciting new foodie destination has launched at Canary Wharf where nourishing and sustainable food meet under one roof. A wide variety of restaurants are housed in the new Atrium Kitchen – an impressive full-height atrium capped with a domed skylight in Cabot Place.
The new food spot boasts a mix of international cuisine from Mediterranean pizzas to plant-based burgers and udon noodles, ready to serve visitors throughout the day or for a quick bite to eat after shopping in the malls downstairs.
The Atrium Kitchen is Canary Wharf’s newest addition to their hundreds-strong portfolio of bars and restaurants including Hawksmoor, The Ivy, Pergola on the Roof, Six by Nico and Seoul Bird.
Gallio celebrates the Mediterranean love of life with natural, fresh and feel-good food.
Inspired by the Mediterranean passion for simple, fresh quality ingredients and vibrant recipes, Gallio serves artisanal pizzas alongside colourful fresh salads, nutritious grain bowls, mezze-style small plates and desserts.
The restaurant’s signature pizzas are known for their thin and crispy bases, with quality toppings including marinated artichoke hearts, roasted aubergine, prosciutto and wild mushrooms. The pizzas are made daily by trained pizza chefs in a kitchen onlooking the restaurant, so visitors can watch their meals being created from scratch as they dine.
The entire restaurant is designed to transport diners to the sunny shores of the Mediterranean with fired terracotta tiles, hanging baskets and its very own olive tree.
German Doner Kebab is growing in popularity with every new location opening in London, and now visitors to the Wharf can try out their healthy and nutritionally balanced offering.
Handmade toasted breads are packed with lean meats, fresh salad and signature sauces, elevating the idea of fast food to a higher, healthier level. The brand started out in Berlin and serves up kebabs in many forms including burgers, wraps, quesadillas or simply with fries, with other menu highlights including chili cheese bites and Turkish lahmacun.
Those looking for some comfort food should head to Marugame Udon. The Japanese brand make their udon noodles onsite and serve them in a kake-dashi broth. Diners are invited to pick up a tray and personalise their udon with a choice of extras, freshly fried tempura and condiments.
From grated ginger and spring onion to Kakiage vegetable balls, freshly made nori-wrapped rice parcels and curry salt, they have everything needed to make up a unique udon bowl.
For those after some peri peri chicken, nothing beats a Nando’s. The newest outpost of the Portuguese restaurant offers bottomless drinks and sharing platters alongside its legendary flame grilled chicken. A range of healthy side options include rainbow slaw, long stem broccoli and spiced grains with butternut squash, served alongside soft and alcohol drinks.
Coming soon, Neat Burger opens next month to much anticipation. Backed by ambassador Lewis Hamilton, the 100% plant-based burger restaurant bills itself as the planet-friendly, full-flavoured gamechanger that the world has been waiting for.
Diners can be confident they are getting the best ethical ad sustainable burgers, chicken and fries from the restaurant who work in association with The Eden Project, with a tree planted for every product sold.
Find Atrium Kitchen at Upper Level 2, Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, E14 4QT.
For further information, please contact:
Canary Wharf Group plc
T: 020 7418 2166