Wander through Canary Wharf’s Crossrail Place roof garden into a new botanical escape, with streaming sunlight, real flowers ferns and vines and locally sourced, seasonal food and drink.
Pergola on the Wharf is the newest place to be in Canary Wharf and also the sister restaurant of the ever-popular Pergola Paddington. It arrives with a brand-new seasonal menu, a beautifully botanical interior and a gorgeous terrace overlooking the water.
Nick Wyborn, formerly the Executive Chef at Mac and Wild, oversees the menu with ‘an obsession with freshness and seasonality’. Think refined cocktails dripping in fresh fruit made in collaboration with some of the finest distilleries, wine merchants and craft breweries as well as food focused on earth, land and sea.
Both the space and the menu take inspiration from nature. Visit Pergola on the Wharf for all-day dining on crisp vegetables, decadent meats or glistening fish and crustaceans. The weekend brunch offering is out of this world too. Sweet or savoury buttermilk pancakes, a British twist on shakshuka and even a vegan full English are among the options.
Keep an eye out for the prog events too. Every Sunday afternoon in September, tuck into delicious Sunday Brunch dishes paired with Negroni cocktail specials, against the backdrop of Live Soul Performances. Fancy more of a party? Pergola Lates is the perfect excuse to stay late on a Friday. No tickets, no entry fee, no fuss; just great music and flowing drinks until the early hours. Expect a fresh lineup of live acts and DJs every week playing Disco, Funk and House. Pergola Lates is the only place for a proper party on the Wharf.
Relax and unwind in the lush green bar or enjoy the fresh air on the beautiful terrace. Enjoy a cocktail (or two) with panoramic views over Canary Wharf’s north dock.
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