Cannon Street Restaurants
Cannon Street is a bustling business area within The City of London. It is packed full of history and is well known for being one of London’s key financial centres. As a relatively small area filled to the brim with city workers and office space, and at only a few hundred metres away from the stunning River Thames, Cannon Street attracts a wealth of local and international business visitors who are looking to enjoy a quick lunch or business dinner closeby to their work premises.
So whether you’re quickly grabbing a bite to eat before an afternoon meeting, or you’re looking for the perfect works night out venue nearby, you’re going to be overwhelmed with options here.
Every city in the country contains a wide selection of chain restaurants, and London is no different. Cannon Street has a fair few for you to choose from, so whether you need to swing by for a caffeine hit or have a quick team meeting for pence, you’ve got plenty of options to choose from.
Leon is a really good option if you want something quick, delicious and healthy. The decor is always beautiful in this chain of restaurants with high ceilings and lots of light, you get a real sense of space and tranquillity. The food is served in efficient sized boxes that you can enjoy sitting in, or take away with you if you’re in a real rush. For a lovely artisan feel coffee shop, and friendly atmosphere take your staff to Harris And Hoole, or Benugo. You could even treat them to a tasty sarnie on the side if you’re feeling generous. Or for a social Japanese joint where the udon noodles are as chunky as the giant wooden tables, opt for Wagamama and talk projects over pak choi.
When you feel like your eatery needs some extra pizazz, or you want to present to a client somewhere unique and unusual, you’re going to enjoy the independent establishments Cannon Street has to offer.
For quirky barrel tables and a lot of raw, gorgeous wood and contemporary interior design, take clients to The Wine Tun – ideal as a setting for a casual business lunch. The Banker has a really great location based right next to the river, and brings a cosy country pub feel to the City with rustic brick walls and wooden floors, as well as a fine selection of beers and ales. For business lunches where the food is the focus, look no further than Scarpetta. Serving delicious soups, pasta, salads and bakery items in a beautiful but informal setting.
Sometimes only the best will do. Perhaps you really need to wine and dine a client, or you’ve got cause to celebrate a game-changing business deal – whatever your reason for needing the best of the best, Cannon Street has plenty for you to choose from.
The India is a really good option if you like fine dining in a quirky setting as it is set entirely underground. The interior is designed with neutral creams and rich, opulent reds so there’s a fantastic atmosphere and sense of occasion in this hidden gem of a restaurant. To dine in the most popular restaurant in the square mile, you’re going to want to take your clients to 1 Lombard Street. It is a vibrant and stunning restaurant set right in the heart of the City, with contemporary furnishings and exquisite food. They run a brasserie, bar and restaurant where you can choose from various menus and service levels depending on your budget. Expect to feel like you’re part of something special when you dine here. For delicious food, cool and quirky interior detail and plenty of luxurious furnishings, book in at Coq d’Argent – a supreme location in summer when the restaurants enormous roof terraces are hugely popular.