Caffeine fuels the frenetic world of Canary Wharf and there's no shortage of places to eat and drink but for carefully crafted, top-notch rocket-fuel, try these three coffee houses.
Introduced to me by ex-colleagues who like their coffee, Notes has two branches in Canary Wharf: the grab and go takeaway shop on the main concourse of the underground as you pop up from the jubilee line and the sit-in cafe Crossrail branch where – rarity in Canary Wharf – you’ll usually get a seat even at lunchtime. In the evening, it’s also a nice little place to come for a glass of wine, away from the throng.
Located on the South Colonnade with its wooden benches and low light interior, there’s something comforting and cozy about this branch and the long queues are enough to tell you it’s popular with coffee aficionados.
Black Sheep’s cool looking CW branch is situated in the depths of the mall which sprawls beneath Canary Wharf at the Jubilee Place end.
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