al­most cer­tainly not what you came for..

The things you don’t need but may be fun

The Wharf - - Canary Wharf -

Set­ting out the stalls

For those lament­ing the pass­ing of Bene Bene, some din­ing news to get the saliva flow­ing. Wharf Kitchen, a col­lec­tion of seven street food ven­dors is set to open in Ju­bilee Place in Novem­ber in­clud­ing The Vurger Com­pany (ve­gan burg­ers), Mama’s Jerk and The Athe­nian. Wharf Kitchen, Ju­bilee Place

Tiger Tat

Just try­ing to pro­nounce the name of this prod­uct broke our jaws so who knows what the game will do to the grey mat­ter of our brains? Head over to Cross­rail Place, stride in and calmly or­der a Hjerne­bry­der. £10 if they un­der­stand Fly­ing Tiger Copen­hagen, Cross­rail Place

Re­mem­ber, re­mem­ber

There’s still time to work your way around Ca­nary Wharf’s Remembrance Art Trail with 11 works spread across the es­tate by Mark Humphrey. Visit Ju­bilee Park, Adams Plaza, Cross­rail Place Roof Gar­den, the lobby of One Canada Square, Ju­bilee Plaza, Canada Place, Cabot Square Mont­gomery Square and West Win­ter­gar­den, to view. Un­til Novem­ber 11, Across Ca­nary Wharf Stop, put down your phone. Take a 10-minute screen break with The Wharf. If you’re not sat­is­fied we prom­ise to try harder next week. Maybe we’ll sur­prise you

Put pegs in holes, if you can get the word out

Other ar­rivals in­clude The Pa­leo Sup­ply, Bird, Ahi Poke and Rainbo (so ex­pect Zippy, Ge­orge and Bun­gle to be reg­u­lars)

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