Food and Drink
Your dream location - London’s hidden gem
Love the idea of living by the water but still want to be close to the city? Turnberry Quay enables you to revel in the very best of both worlds. You can enjoy life in a chic waterside district and still be just minutes from the buzz of the capital.
Located on the water’s edge in London’s Docklands, the area boasts a huge array of amenities right on your doorstep, including cafes, restaurants and a supermarket within just a short walk. The striking Turnberry Quay building also features shops and restaurants at its street level.
Canary Wharf and Canada Square
Cycling or walking to Canary Wharf is a realistic possibility from the ideally situated Turnberry Quay, making your morning commute all the more pleasant, and helping to attain an excellent work-life balance. The introduction of Crossrail means nearby Canary Wharf is developing into a transport and lifestyle hub, with an impressive new station, plus shops, bars and restaurants all in one place. Soon there will be even more to love about living the London life at Turnberry Quay.
A meal or night out close to home
With both Docklands and Canary Wharf within easy reach of Turnberry Quay, there is a wealth of restaurants, cafes and bars to choose from. Tompkins is a New York-style brasserie located in the UK’s tallest residential building, Pan Peninsula, in the London Docklands. Featuring classic brasserie fare, pizzas, cocktails and Sunday brunch, it’s sure to become a firm favourite.
If coffee’s your vice, then Notes Coffee Roasters & Wine Bar in Canary Wharf station will be right up your street. Serving delicious, seasonally-inspired food all day, they offer buttery pastries from artisan bakery Bread Ahead, salads from Chop’d, and much more. In the evening they offer sharing boards of charcuterie, cheeses and more, along with craft beers, cocktails and an extensive wine list.
In Reuters Plaza you’ll find Smollensky’s, the perfect spot for al fresco dining in summer, with their restaurant terrace overlooking Canary Wharf. The list goes on, with Boisdale, The Pearson Room and Plateau all firm favourites with locals. You really are spoilt for choice when it comes to drinking or dining out near Turnberry Quay.
Events at the O2 Arena
The O2 arena has hosted some of the biggest names in music and entertainment, and always has a jam-packed lineup, so if you’re after an eventful night out the O2 has it. Also hosting sporting events like the annual Barclays ATP tennis tournament, there’s sure to be something for everyone on offer. With a range of restaurants and bars for you to visit before or after the show, you can make the most of your day or night out all under one roof.
The adjacent area of the Millwall Inner and Outer Docks are primarily a central business district and residential zone.
However, the far west end of Millwall Outer Dock plays host to the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre, offering both adult and youth watersports activities. There are also adult courses in sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, powerboating and more.
Slightly further afield towards Canary Wharf is South Dock and Greenland Dock, playing host to London’s largest marina, and situated between Tower Bridge and Greenwich.
Shopping destinations at your doorstep
Nearby One Canada Square, Jubilee Place, Cabot Place and Crossrail Place afford an enviable selection of designer fashion boutiques and high street retailers.
If you’re willing to travel in London, the transport links from Turnberry Quay make Bond Street, Westfield Stratford City and the King’s Road all easily accessible. For market wares, Spitalfields and Camden are both within easy reach by public transport.
International travel with ease
With London City Airport less than half an hour away by public transport, those early morning flights will be a breeze. Offering over 40 routes operated by some of Europe’s leading airlines, including British Airways, London City Airport is the UK’s leading business airport.