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Address: 14, Hertsmere Rd, West India Quay, London, E14 4AE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25315) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Canary Wharf (0.2 miles)

Nearest DLR stations West India Quay (0.1 miles), Canary Wharf (0.2 miles), Westferry (0.2 miles)

Nearest train stations Limehouse (0.9 miles), Canning Town (1.4 miles), South Bermondsey (2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.6/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of the Beluga Cafe, Canary Wharf

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I believe this bar is now closed and has been replaced by a new bar called Astons
driftwoody - 17 Jun 2009 13:57
I visited Beluga Cafe, Port East Warehouse, West India Key, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4AE, with my wife and three small children. We selected a table outside at 17.45, furthest from the bar, so as not to disturb other patrons. While we were ordering our food and drinks our 18 month old baby, who had just woken up from an afternoon snooze, started crying. At that point a Mr Ati, who said that he was the manager on duty, approached us and informed us that if our baby didn't stop crying then we would have to leave.
We got up and calmly left the restaurant, making no comment to Mr Ati, but acknowleding the extremely embarrassed apologies of our pleasant waiter. I have never experienced this kind of prejudice despite having visited a large number of establishments in this country and many countries abroad with my children. Given the time of our visit, and the fact that we had consciously selected the table furthest away from other customers, this makes the attitude of Mr Ati even more disgusting.
I would strongly urge people with young children not to visit this clearly non family friendly establishment, and would suggest that anyone who finds this kind of prejucial treatment towards any group in society to shun this estblishment.
Benholder555 - 23 Jul 2008 08:27
Serves the Canary Wharf crowd with pretentious bar service and overpriced drinks, but for us remaining eastend drinkers it all seems terribly ladidah. Hosts a local gay night once a month for the local fruits in suits but if that's your thing you'll have more fun down the road in the White Swan or Chariots at Limehouse. Food was decent although service was a bit po-faced. A place to go if you want to look flash with the cash and feel part of the yuppie crowd.
DarJoLe - 3 Jul 2007 16:29
Went for a swift hair of the dog Bloody Mary after shopping at Canary Wharf. Pricey - and you won't often see me drinking something with a stick of celery in it - but just what the doctor ordered. Service was fine - but then again the place was very quiet at 4pm.
tim_eyles - 24 Mar 2006 18:00
First off, this place appears to be good. Interesting wine list and a decent menu. Then the service kicks in and half an hour later you get your first drink. We were there for over an hour and we got one drink, and were still desperately trying to leave, but hey were apparently too busy to let us pay our bill, despite requesting it no less than five times (over 25 minutes). The worst service I have ever received in London. Simply avoid this place. It is abysmal.
anonymous - 17 Jul 2005 03:57

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