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West India Dock Gate
0207 112 8984
or 0845 345 1723 ( local rate )
The new breathtaking Indian restaurant and bar, located within a listed three-storey Georgian building, is comprised of stunning dining rooms, sophisticated bars, private rooms and garden. Providing a vitality and charm to London’s financial district, Dockmaster’s House delivers a standard of fine dining in Indian cuisine not previously available to professionals and residents in Canary Wharf.
Dockmaster’s House offers classical Indian dishes which retain their identity but are given a contemporary twist, mirroring the historic old building that has been given a modern day makeover. By creating individually crafted dishes, the restaurant takes the essence of traditional Indian flavours and provides a new style in which to appreciate them which is in tune with western dining standards and expectations.
The chic and stylish dining room is set off the regal ground floor lobby, accommodating up to 90 diners and provides an elegant and sophisticated experience. The dining room has an adjacent bar for diners wishing to enjoy pre-dinner drinks or relax over digestifs.
Lounge and Private Dining
Lavish private dining rooms and The Lounge make up the first floor of Dockmaster’s House, offering sophisticated areas for those wishing to drink or entertain in an exclusive environment.
The Strover Room
The Strover Room, named after the Principal Dockmaster, is a versatile private room. An ideal space for product launches, meetings and private entertainment. The deep, luxurious décor and tantalizing menus offer a perfect combination for all requirements.
Maximum Seating Capacity: 40
Maximum Standing Capacity: 65
A modern contemporary space, The Cube is a private room that overlooks the main restaurant. Lunch parties can benefit from the natural light in this room, and dinner parties can enjoy sumptuous cuisine under the stars. An ideal setting for any type of gathering.
Maximum Seating Capacity: 25
Maximum Standing Capacity: 30
Dockmaster’s House offers sheer luxury and splendour in their Lounge! Be inspired by the innovative cocktails, premier spirits and divine snacks offered in this amazing area.
Maximum Seating Capacity: 20
Maximum Standing Capacity: 30
Private rooms and The Lounge are available for canapé parties and corporate events. Please enquire for details on pricing and packages. Dockmaster’s House is available for exclusive hire. Bespoke packages available on request.
Executive Chef at Dockmaster’s House is Navin Bhatia, who has trained some of London’s Michelin-starred Indian Chefs and was most recently Group Head Chef for Café Lazeez. Over the years, Navin has set new standards for Indian cuisine and is regarded as one of the leading new wave Indian chefs in the UK with a natural flair for exciting, innovative cuisine that caters to the more health conscious diner.
For Dockmaster’s House Navin has planned a menu featuring ancient, traditional Indian recipes using modern British ingrediants to create a lighter, more contemporary menu. His vision is to bring back to Inidan cuisine what has been lost over the years.. distinctive flavours, aromas and style!
Interiors by Brighton based Design LSM, enhance and restore the beauty and splendour of the original building but also include modern elements into the space to contemporise the environment. Stone and marble floors have been laid throughout the building, in the restaurant rich colours, elegant seating and warm lighting creates a comfortable stylish space. In the bar exposed brickwork, dark leather banquette seating and a granite bar top add to the chic ambience.
Built 200 years ago by the West India Company, the restaurant inhabits the building which was once the Excise Office for West India Quay. In 1846, Joseph Montague, a former dock company constable converted the building into the Jamaica Tavern, a hotel occupied mostly by merchants. The Jamaica Hotel’s license was not renewed in 1925 due to its bad reputation during a period when the police were making a concerted effort to eradicate the local opium trade. In 1926 the building was adapted to provide office for the Dock Superintendent and his staff. The building remained a dock office until 1980. It then came to be misleading called ‘Dockmaster’s House’.
3 minutes walk from West India Quay and around 10 minutes from Canary Wharf tube
City & Docklands
Entertainment: Background Music
Per Head: ￡35
Function Rooms: 6
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