Our bigger and better French bakery and café in Canary Wharf in London’s Docklands can be found in Cabot Place, very close to Canary Wharf DLR and Jubilee Line stations and conveniently located for the many businesses and financial institutions housed in this 71 acre redevelopment of the old docks. Our relocation in May 2018 to a larger site in Cabot Place allows us to provide an even swifter service for the hot and cold drinks, breakfasts and lunches so popular with local workers. We’ve created an area where freshly baked pâtisserie is prepared and filled daily in front of customers, to be enjoyed at its very best. Customers can have larger cakes personalised on site on the day of purchase, and of course we offer corporate and event catering, delivered to local offices. The futuristic cityscape that is Canary Wharf today is built on a site where boats have been tying up since the galleys of Roman and Saxon times. The Museum of London Docklands in nearby West India Quay, an outpost of the Museum of London, is well worth a visit. Billingsgate Market occupies a 13 acre site adjacent to North Dock, having relocated here from its original home in Lower Thames Street in 1982. The market occupies land owned by Tower Hamlets and is run by the City of London. Apparently the annual ground rent paid by the City of London to Tower Hamlets is ‘the gift of one fish’! The area’s long maritime trade history is reflected in the names of many streets in the area such as Lighterman’s Road, East India Dock Road and Westferry Road. The Hilton Canary Wharf is to the South of us and the London Marriott West India Quay is to the North, accessible via the North Dock Footbridge. Nearest stations are Canary Wharf (DLR, Jubilee Line) and West India Quay (DLR). 28 seats are available. Disabled access available. Free wi-fi.