almost certainly not what you came for..
The things you don’t need but may be fun
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
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
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)