An Indoor Street Food Market Is Opening In Canary Wharf Today

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Open now at Jubilee Place, Wharf Kitchen is joining London’s already pretty brilliant street food scene.

Serving hungry Londoners from breakfast through to dinner, Wharf Kitchen has everything from poké bowls and paleo treats, to vegan burgers and buffalo wings. On Thursday and Friday evenings you’ll even be able to have a bit of a boogie, as there’ll be live music and DJs to soundtrack your scoffing.

Hidden in the basement of Jubilee Place, Wharf Kitchen is the new home of Caribbean cool kids, Mama’s Jerk; fried chickeneers BIRD; Greek gods, The Athenian; and loads more. Here’s what’s in store:

Mama’s Jerk

Photo: @mamasjerk
Photo: @mamasjerk

Caribbean street food made with a top secret Jerk recipe. Although famed for their Jerk chicken, they also offer tropical salads, Roti wraps and innovative rice dishes.

 

BIRD

Photo: @off_menu
Photo: @off_menu

BIRD is well above the bargain bucket breed of fried chicken – in fact, this stuff is really clucking good. All free-range and coated in gluten free flour, it’s the kind of naughty-but-nice fodder that you don’t feel too bad about eating. From chicken wings coated in all sorts of tasty sauces, to a fried chicken waffle burger – if there’s one thing BIRD isn’t, it’s boring.

Ahi Poké

Photo: @ahipokelondon
Photo: @ahipokelondon

These brightly coloured bowls are full of super healthy, raw ingredients that will make you feel goooood.

The Athenian

Photo: @jakesfoodbible
Photo: @jakesfoodbible

If it’s authentic Greek food you’re after, The Athenian is The Spot. Serving up the nation’s favourite on-the-go grub, souvlaki, there are tons of meat, veggie and vegan options to fill the void.

 

Rainbo

Photo: @rainbofood
Photo: @rainbofood

Rainbo started out as a simple food truck serving gyoza dumplings, but, as they’ve grown, so has their menu! Now you can expect everything from katsu wraps and pork belly rice bowls, to breakfast bao buns.

The Vurger Co. 

Photo: @theglobetrottingvegans
Photo: @theglobetrottingvegans

The Vurger Co. are calling for a revolution in fast food, and they’re using plants to do it. You can’t go wrong with The Classic, although The Holy Habanero will do nicely for those who can handle the spice. Either way, everything on the menu puts Burger King to shame. Add a side of mac and cheese, and one of their sinfully good mylkshakes, and you’ve got yourself one fabulous feast.

Paleo Supply

Photo: @paleosupply
Photo: @paleosupply

Paleo Supply provide personalised meal plans designed to help you lose weight, lean up and reenergise you. Find them at Wharf Kitchen for grab and go options all day long.

 

Location: Lower Mall (floor -2), Jubilee Place, Canary Wharf, E14 5NY. Nearest station: Canary Wharf. See it on Google Maps.
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday, 7:30am–11pm. Fridays, 7:30am–12am. Saturdays, 8am–12am. Sundays, 8am–10:30pm.
More information: from their website.

Georgie Hoole

Georgie Hoole

Georgie is Deputy Editor at Secret London. She loves a trendy café and is all too familiar with the extortionate price of a coffee in the capital. She enjoys the finer things in life (like red wine on a school night and eating Ben and Jerry's straight from the tub) and hasn't quite grasped the concept of adulthood yet.