London Docklands is situated along the East London Waterfront, opposite the world heritage site Greenwich.
Boasting an interesting mixture of modernity and history, this former Port of London is now a newly redeveloped, exciting, and diverse area of London.
London Docklands places old warehouses and riverside pubs alongside newly developed buildings and landmarks, such as the renowned Canary Wharf, where major banks thrive and tourists gather. With towering sky scrapers and modern buildings, Docklands is popular for both residential and business purposes. With such a mixture of ‘old and new’, this diverse area with original routes offers restaurants and bars with a diverse mixture of cultures, taste and originality.
The Gun in London’s Docklands has three rooms available for private dining able to accommodate from 16 to 20 seated guests and up to 25 guests for standing receptions. Exclusive hire also available for up to 130 seated (250 standing) guests.»
Browns West India Quay is steeped in history being formerly part of the old sugar warehouse and has original features dating back to the 19th century. Accommodating up to 80 seated (300 standing) guests, the magnificent private dining room boasts its own spectacular bar, separate courtyard and private entrance, making it perfect for summer parties, weddings and large corporate social events.»
The four private dining rooms at Boisdale of Canary Wharf can accommodate between 10 – 40 seated guests. Venue exclusive hire is also available – subject to availability for dining events of up to 200 guests and standing receptions of up to 500 guests.»