Cuisine: A La Carte, British, Gastro Pub Food
Price Point: Mains from £15-£25

With stunning views of the Thames to accompany your meal, the only danger is that you'll find yourself coming back to The Gun time and time again.

The exterior dates back to the early 1700s, which makes this eatery the epitome of ye olde England. The interior follows suit with old fashioned décor, like their ornate, wooden chairs, classic white tablecloths and snug armchairs for you to sink into for a pre-dinner tipple. Did we mention the view? It has to be seen to be believed.

The menu elevates pub food and delivers wonderfully crafted dishes. If you fancy something meaty, opt for the pork belly or chop, both of which come with innovative purees and delicious sides. Their seafood offerings include rainbow trout and plaice; delicate dishes that come with sublime velouté broths and in one case...rhubarb! Vegetarians will love their creamy mushroom lasagne.

With numerous beers on draught, and a whole garden dedicated to gin and cocktails to make Shakespeare wax lyrical, The Gun is the place to be for a very British supper.


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The Gun
27 Coldharbour, Docklands
Canary Wharf
London E14 9NS

Open Hours:
Mon - Sat: 11am till late
Sun: 11am till 11pm

Phone: 02075 190075

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The Gun
Location: Canary Wharf
Cuisine: A La Carte, British, Gastro Pub Food
Mains: £15-£25
Accepts:   The Gun accepts American Express


Juste Adomaviciute

The service and all the stuff were really nice and helpful. At first, we ordered starters but they were not as good as we were expecting. Mains were absolutely delicious, so we will come back here again.


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Evelyn Twohig

Lovely experience from start to finish. We received a warm welcome when we arrived. Asked if we had preference to sit in the main restaurant or by the river which was a nice touch. We opted for a drink in the garden first and then moved to the table by the river. Wine choice was good value and a lot of choice. We didn’t opt for a starter and went straight to main courses which were more than amazingly generous, it was a bank holiday so we both had the roast. I had the lamb and himself had the pork! Devine! With all the trimmings and the biggest Yorkshire puddings ever. Dessert was great, I had the mousse and he had the tart. The lime sorbet was one of the best I’ve tasted. Thanks for a fab lunch. Evelyn & Louie


- dined at The Gun on


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