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Afternoon Tea at The New Providence Wharf Hotel, Canary Wharf
Had a great time with good friendly service. Afternoon tea was nice & the bottomless prosecco went down well. Thank you MoreOpenTable Diner -
Lovely place . The staff where so nice and friendly and great service. There was a private party going on so the noise was loud but after it was over we where taking to a nice and quiet sitting area with a lovely view of the Thames and the 02 arena. I order the steak which was really nice my wife order chicken which she said it was ok , it was just plain. Nice place I would recommend it for the service and atmosphere and the lovely views MoreOpenTable Diner -
Our booking was fairly late on Friday night and possibly why the bar was so quiet only one other table of people in. Staff very polite and interested. Served quickly, food was good and in sufficient quantity. Special garlic bread with Gorgonzola cheese and caramelise red onion very tasty. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The Parlour has lots of good things and loads of potential. The food is very nice and the portions are good, especially the roasts. I did not have them but the comment was that the meat was very tasty. Burgers are less substantial but also tasty. Fries servings are a bit on the small side. My main was a lentils veggie option which was well cooked. The restaurant itself is trendy and well kept, but a bit unprepared for big groups wanting to have a lengthy dining experience. We were 8 people for early dinner on a Sunday, booked in advance. We were sat at a high table, with five settings on each side (10 total instead of 8). Sitting on a high table with high chairs for dinner is not very convenient. The table was also not fixed, we had to put the brakes on it ourselves. it was more like a bar for drinks. You could see that other tables (the place was quite empty) were also low tables, more suited for drinks than food, but were set for food. The service was good. We had our own waitress, which seemed to be serving either all or a big part of the floor. As the place got busier, and as we were on a corner, we did feel a bit forgotten. We had to call for attention for both the desserts and payment. In general I think the restaurant is good. A place to go if you find yourself in the area but nothing especial enough to go all the way to Canary Wharf. It feels more suited for drinks than food, but the kitchen does a great job. With that kitchen I believe they should make the effort to cater for sitting down meals and they could be looking at more patrons coming through the doors. MoreOpenTable Diner -