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All Bar One, Canary Wharf, E14

42 Mackenzie Walk
E14 5EH

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All Bar One (Mitchells & Butlers)

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E TA left this review about All Bar One

Standard McBar full of braying idiots. A single large bar with no real ale, sitting in the centre of the Canary Wharf financial district. Fine views of concrete towers, it makes a good place to shelter from the rain, provided you don’t mind the inane conversation, and it provides a bolt hole for those who have more money than taste. There are much better bars a stone's throw away.

On 22nd November 2015 - rating: 3
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about All Bar One

Large, almost rectangular bar / restaurant, with modern furniture and decor and all the charm and character that you would expect from the chain... Loud music in the evening. Features a row of tabs out front and another alongside the former dockside. No longer does any real ale, so opted for Stiff Upper Lip from By the Horns (£2.60, half) which was the most interesting of the keg offerings.

On 26th July 2015 - rating: 5
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hondo . left this review about All Bar One

Standard all bar one interior serving 3 real ales,continental beers and"craft keg". Food served. Outside terrace area overlooking the water.

On 23rd November 2013 - no rating submitted
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Steve C left this review about All Bar One

This All Bar One is located alongside the waterfront which is lined with seating where table service can be taken advantage of. It sounds like a good concept, but when busy the waitresses can become few and far between. The inside of the bar is long and thin with the usual ABO décor with premium and standard draught products being available from the bar area that runs along most of the back wall. Pride and Doom Bar were also available on hand pump and the Guinness was perfectly acceptable.

This is the only pub/bar that I have visited during this World Cup that hasn’t put a screen in to air the football. They obviously know there market as it was the busiest bar in Canary Wharf during my recent weekday afternoon visit, maybe nobody was really that interested in Greece v Nigeria!

Most bars, with a couple of exceptions, in this area could be mistaken for an All Bar One and I cannot see myself rushing back for another crawl.

On 5th July 2010 - rating: 4
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