Visit Canary Riverside
Dine, enjoy the riverside and visit Canary Wharf
Canary Riverside's restaurants offer dining with riverside views and easy access to the shops, bars and restaurants of Canary Wharf.
Visitors to Canary Riverside can enjoy:
- Dim sum at the Royal China
- Argentinian steaks and wines at Gaucho
- A drink at 28 West bar and grill
- Pizza/pasta at Zizzi
Finding Canary Riverside
Canary Riverside has a number of postcodes (see Contact). E14 8RR or E14 8RH are probably the best ones to input into Google maps, Citymapper etc. Westferry Circus roundabout has two levels: the lower underground level (which is actually Westferry Road) provides access to the car park for visitors and deliveries in small vehicles. See Deliveries - loading bay for details of access for large vehicles.
The 'getting here' page on the Canary Wharf website provides useful information and maps. Canary Riverside is situated in the north-west corner of the Canary Wharf estate. The TfL journey planner is a useful resource for finding your way to/from Canary Riverside.
Arriving on foot:
The black iron main entrance gates to Canary Riverside are located across from the Westferry Circus roundabout, to the right of Cafe Brera. There are two entrance gates: a pedestrian gate on the right-hand side (where you will find a buzzer to gain access: tell security the apartment you are visiting) and an electronic gate on the left (next to the security window) providing push-chair/disabled access. Please ask at the security window for the gate to be opened. Please remember to push the green buttons to exit buildings/the estate.
Take the Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf and exit the station via the exit marked 'DLR'. On leaving the station turn right up the stairs and immediately left, and walk straight ahead, keeping the main Canary Wharf tower and mall on your right. Walk past the fountain at Cabot Square and along W. India Avenue, following the signs towards Canary Riverside and the River Bus. You will eventually cross through/beside Westferry Circus roundabout (a delightful garden area) and will see the river and to the right the yellow-brick buildings that are Canary Riverside.
Exit at Westferry station and head along Westferry Road towards Canary Wharf, and keep on the right-hand side of the road, crossing at the series of traffic lights at the junction with the Limehouse Link tunnel. Follow the sign to Canary Riverside (you will find a Canary Wharf estate plan on the corner), heading up the steps alongside the yellow-brick buildings, past the Plaza hotel (on your right), turn right around the corner to find the Canary Riverside main entrance gates.
Alternatively you can exit at Canary Wharf station: follow signs towards Canary Riverside/the river, past the fountain at Cabot Square.
The Canary Riverside car park is immediately beneath the estate. Unfortunately there is no free visitor parking available, and visitors by car to Canary Riverside will need to use the pay and display part of the car park situated on P2. If visiting Hanover or Berkeley it is best to park near the car park entrance. The entrance doors to Hanover are on the left and Berkeley the right (back to the car park entrance). If visiting Belgrave or Eaton, it is best to park towards the rear of the car park. The entrance doors to Belgrave are at the back left corner of the car park, and Eaton's doors can be found on the right side. See car park for more information.
Canary Wharf pier sits on the river beside Canary Riverside. Exit the river boat, walk up the steps and turn left. It's a lovely way to reach Canary Riverside from Westminster, and sights include Tower Bridge, the Tower of London and a great vista of the Canary Wharf estate. Visit the Thames Clipper website for more information on routes and timetables.
By Santander bicycle:
There is a TfL Santander bicycle docking station located on Westferry Circus, adjacent to Canary Riverside.