We’ve long loved Canary Wharf and it's rich history of the nearby Docklands and Billingsgate Market, yet Blacklock in a glass tower never quite fit. One look at an old disused warehouse nestled cosily in the corner of Canary Wharf underneath the train tracks of the North Dock and we knew we had found home. Feel the comforting rumble of trains passing overhead conjuring memories of some of our favourite haunts underneath the bridges in NYC - a place where, with the blinds rolled down and away from prying eyes, a decadent lunch can swiftly roll into dinner.
Walk-ins are always warmly welcome. Do pop in and we’ll get you your table as soon as we can. If there is a wait for a table, we’ll do our very best to make it as short as possible and you can grab a sharpener at our bar while we get to work on it for you.
We know that bookings are important for certain occasions and so take bookings for those looking to eat at a specific time and for groups of up to eight people. Please email the restaurant if you’re looking to book a table for between 6-8 guests.
How to get Here
Located under the railway tracks on Frobisher’s Passage on Canary Wharf’s North Dock with fantastic transport links from Canary Wharf station via the Elizabeth Line, Jubilee Line and DLR.
Nearest Stations: Canary Wharf Tube
- Canary Wharf Underground
- Fair Game
- Pizza Pilgrims