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Shutters Canary Wharf opens its doors

Focusing on a “strong farm to fork ethos”, Shutters’ menus combine Cornish ingredients with a “Sol Cal twist”

Shutters Canary Wharf, a new restaurant inspired by Southern California, has opened its doors.

Opening in the new Conran designed, hotel-styled ground floor of One Canada Square, Shutters is an ever-evolving restaurant and bar, open seven days a week, for brunch from 8am to 11am and all-day dining from noon to 10pm.

Focusing on a “strong farm to fork ethos”, Shutters’ menus combine Cornish ingredients with a “Sol Cal twist”.

Highlights from the breakfast menu includes Steak and Eggs (New York strip, two fried eggs and Cornish Sea salt fries); Smoked West Coast Haddock Kedgeree; Sweet Corn and Coriander Fritters and The King’s Frenchie (Double French toast with caramelised banana, peanut butter, streaky bacon, and honey).

Meanwhile, the all-day menu includes starters and light bites (Cornish Crab, Steamed St Austell Bay, and Mussels, and Grilled King Prawns); Raw Bar (Steak Tartare, Salmon Ceviche, and Tuna Tataki); Surf (Lobster, Prawn and Scallop Dim Sum, Braised and Griddled Octopus, and Whole Baked Cornish Sole); and Turf (The Big Sur Burger, Vegan Cali Sur, and Cauliflower Crust Pizza).

Located on the upper level is Cartel, a dedicated cocktail bar inspired by Mexico, stocked with artisanal Mezcals, Tequilas, clean spirits, and top-shelf tipples from around the world.

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