Lands End restaurant caters for every mood from casual buffet breakfast to quick-fire business lunch and after-dark fine dining. The intimate cedar and brass surroundings coupled with elegant lighting create a perfect backdrop for sampling the international gourmet menu, while the adjoining Sundown lounge bar is a smart choice for pre-dinner drinks. Why not give your private reception the superyacht treatment, by booking exclusive use of the fabulous top-deck Sky Lounge Room?
At Sunborn London we value traditions and believe in importance of knowledge of the local heritage. Therefore we have named our restaurant Lands End – the name given to Victoria Docks area by George Bidder in 1840’s.
It was in the mid-1800s that the Victoria Docks came to life. In 1847 the well-known Victorian engineer George Bidder completed his railway from Stratford to North Woolwich. This new line was south of Canning Town followed the line of what is now Silvertown Way and North Woolwich Road, was called “Bidders Folly” because it passed through completely undeveloped marshland. George Bidder sensed the potential of the area and soon he had bought up the whole of the marshes between Bow Creek and Galleons Reach. He called the area “Lands End” and soon his investment was showing a handsome return as the land was sold for the docks and for a belt of factories along the River.
Our Afternoon Tea Under the Sea is a first-class destination to indulge in Afternoon Tea. Enjoy a delightful selection of sandwiches and cupcakes in a unique atmosphere with stunning views of Canary Wharf and the surrounding Docklands.
The Sundown Bar located on our third Deck is a super spot for impromptu drinks or a relaxed coffee. Comfortable lounge areas and an amazing view on the 02 and Canary Wharf provide guests with plenty of opportunities to share a fancy Cocktail or a chilled drink.
There’s something for everyone in the UK’s most exclusive and one of a kind venue. Enjoy mouth-watering food with unrivalled views in the heart of London’s Docklands. Book a Table