It offers a range of wellness activities such as Pilates, Zumba, gymnastics for children, and football. It's a local charity that supports the community.
Submitted by Emiliani
Serving organic beer to sip on a sunny London day and affording a garden directly overlooking the Thames. Many a pirate fantasy has been regaled in this public house.
Submitted by Paul
Amazing coffee house with such good coffee and lunchtime food. Great smoothies too!
Submitted by Olivia
Between Canada Water and Old Kent Road, Southwark Park is a peaceful spot with a café and an art gallery.
Submitted by Polly
THeir Italian food is delicious, the wine good, and they don't throw you out the door as soon as you have finished!
Submitted by Suzy
The food, atmosphere and service are great! The prices are good too.
Submitted by Tze-May
A family-run Italian with turbot bigger than my face! Their service is outstanding and one that we can all learn from and appreciate the lack of nowadays.
Submitted by Paul
Wonderful performance and arts activities for children.
Submitted by Sophie
A beautiful and high-quality restaurant serving the best fish meals in London.
Submitted by Igor
A rooftop bar next to Tobacco Dock open Thursday to Sunday. Brilliant views, a good selection of drinks, croquet in the summer and an ice rink in the winter.
Submitted by Rachel
A great gastropub on Narrow Street in Limehouse with fabulous food and a lovely atmosphere. The terrace has superb views of the Thames and you can go for a stroll around picturesque Limehouse Basin afterwards to walk off all the calories consumed!
Submitted by Rachel
In The Quarterdeck, just along Westferry Road, Shades of Green is owned by Bob who is a great bloke. He loves a chat about football and in fact, if you look closely through the right hand window, you can see him in action snipping away!
Submitted by Josh
A lovely place for elegant drinks and dinner or after-work drinks. Food served throughout the day and with a range of deals too.
Submitted by Olivia
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"Canada Water is actually made up of fresh water - unlike the rest of London Docklands."
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The perfect combination of a peaceful living and the link with the city. Canada Water is really close to central London, it has wonderful transport connections (Underground: Jubilee line. Overground: Canada Water with easy connections to South and East London. Bus terminal with plenty of options) Also, Canada Water has a big supermarket with local supermarkets nearby. Amenities: Seven Island leisure centre to get in shape. Decathlon to buy nice, affordable sport equipments. Food: Plenty of options and world food. This is an amazing place!
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Canada Water is a freshwater lake and wildlife refuge in Rotherhithe in the Docklands in south-east London. Canada Water tube and bus station is named after the lake, and lies immediately to the north, while Surrey Quays Shopping Centre is also adjacent, sitting immediately to the south. The surrounding area is now increasingly known as Canada Water, after the Underground station as much as the lake itself. The area rapidly gentrified around the river, and when the Jubilee Line was extended in 1999, the focus moved to the area immediately around the lake. The opening of the new Canada Water tube station gave the area rapid connections to the rest of London, with Canary Wharf one stop, Westminster less than 10 minutes, and Bond Street around 15 minutes away by underground train. The station's connection to the London Overground network in 2010 has added a quick connection to the City of London, with a journey of around 10 minutes to Shoreditch High Street station, near Liverpool Street Station.
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