1 main and soft drink, £11.99 or a pint of amstel or 175 ml of house wine £14.99 per person
Inside London's tallest residential building, Capeesh is a superbly stylish Italian experience in Canary Wharf. As well as a restaurant serving modern Mediterranean recipes, the venue also boasts a lounge with plush chesterfield sofas, and the glamorous Sky Bar with stunning city-side views.
The Capeesh menu expertly showcases traditional Italian recipes with subtle signature tweaks, all made with the freshest seasonal produce from local markets. There are freshly made pasta dishes, like ravioli filled with speck ham and cheese, moving on to seafood delicacies such as king prawns in lemon butter sauce. Pizzas are cooked in a traditional wood-fired oven and topped with treats aged salami, buffalo mozzarella and chillies, and there is a great selection of light nibbles to share, like classic bruschetta.
Expertly crafted cocktails are served up from the bar at Capeesh in Docklands, as well as a premium wine list and world beers. The Sky Bar is the perfect setting to enjoy evening drinks, with its panoramic London views.
A wonderful selection of traditional Italian cuisine and modern city luxury, Capeesh is right beside South Quay DLR Station.
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29 February 2020
30 December 2019
THE LOCATION WAS VERY GOOD WITH A DLR STATION WITHIN 50 YARDS. THE DECOR WAS FABULOUS THE FOOD WAS TO DIE FOR . WE HAD 6 NIGHTS IN CANARY WHARF AND WE SPENT THREE EATING AT THIS RESTAURANT IT WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE BUT WE HAD ALREADY BOOKED OTHERS. APART FROM THE RESTAURANT THEY ALSO HAVE A GREAT SKYBAR WITH LOVELY VIEWS .
22 December 2019
The restaurant is literally at the door step of south quay station... ok interiors but a immaculate service and good food... the prices are not too high!!
3 December 2019
Restaurant had nice ambience but food was awful. Steak was inedible and although rare could not cut through it, was fatty. Swapped it for lamb chops, not much better. Chicken escalope was frazzled and dry, been burned to a cinder. Caesar salad was edible but not nice and no cheese on it.It was swamped with dry chicken too. When we came to pay the bill they offered no discount for the fact we had to send the steak back and no apology. Very badly handled.
10 November 2019
Went to Capeesh to celebrate my 60th with my family including two children. Booking was easy and service was very good. Lovely contemporary feel to the restaurant. Would definitely go back
2 November 2019
Amazing food, very good service
14 September 2019
Food was very tasty. Especially the starters and seafood??. I ordered the steak for my main but they overcooked it. However, the manager did remove it from my bill so it was fine. Cocktails are great too.
28 April 2019
Shockingly bad service but food OK
21 February 2019
Friendly polite staff
26 January 2019
Capeesh was good, the burger was delicious as well as the pasta and Apollo pizza which I really enjoyed. The booking process was also really quick and straightforward. One thing I would say Capeesh should work on is their customer service, i had to keep calling someone over to take food orders instead of someone asking if we’re ready to order. Although, we understood it was a little busy which explains why food took a while to arrive to our table.
Lunch special - a main + a soft drink £11.99 per person or with a pint of amsel or house wine £14.99 per person