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Jamie's, Canary Wharf

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driftwoody - 17 Jun 2009 14:00
Visited recently for a 'team' do (despite not working anywhere near the place)and had to have Guinness as previous post, which was good quality, so not a total let down, and river views were great only spoiled by the building site and large blue hoarding next door. Conveniently placed for ferry for London Bridge. Ladies toilets in general state of disrepair and grubby. Won't be returning voluntarily.
goldenglory - 17 Sep 2008 14:11
Went here last night for a leaving do, and like most pubs in the area they will reserve an area for your party.

I like it but last night the had no John Smiths and as that is the only bitter, I was stumpted as I don't really drink lager these days. So I had a pint of Guinness instead and it was good, 3.50 which is a lot cheaper than I was expecting.

I would recommend it, though it was full of suits and they get a bit rowdy later on.

Went to the toilet and saw that one urinal had a lump broken off at the front, never seen that before, so who knows what did that.

The view is great and relaxing so go there.
daveb62 - 15 Aug 2008 00:20
I have !

Jamie's is a nice enough riverside pub that gets busy in summer but copes well with the patronage, unlike some others over in West India Quay. Decent-ish selection of beers and wines but no ales unfortunately. They show live sporting matches on the big occasions. If you are a 'Wharf worker it's a good place for having your leaving do or team drinks as they have a versatile space. Also good for downing a swift one while waiting for the Thames Clipper ferry which docks nearby at Westferry pier.
owenontour - 30 May 2008 16:50
has nobody been in here for TWO YEARS!
foghorn - 5 May 2008 19:18
A bit better than most local offerings purely by dint of having more outside space, with a riverside location making it a pleasant place in the summer. Still too busy though, and still too noisy with too many loudmouth suits. Hard to avoid in these parts, yet the City has some decent pubs - why not E14?
dodgy - 17 Apr 2006 22:31
why? I went there over 4 years ago and I recall it as one of the best places I'd seen over the Thames
betka - 24 Aug 2005 12:28
Whoever Jamie is, i'd like to see his psychological profile. If this place is owned by a company than the board need some serious group therapy.
kmcs - 19 Aug 2005 15:02

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