Browns West India Quay



West India Quay is a thriving part of London in the heart of the Docklands.

There’s a real combination of history and modern architecture here and some amazing skyscrapers, 1, West India Quay is 111 metres high and has 33 floors.

The Browns building was once a sugar warehouse, built in the early 19th century by Napoleonic prisoners of war. It has a truly distinctive atmosphere and a lovely seating area overlooking the dock.

Come and enjoy our innovative take on classic dishes, or join us for one of our legendary cocktails in the heart of the Docklands.

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Make the perfect start to the day at Browns, with the space and time you need to relax, work or just get together.

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Classic brasserie dishes in a buzzing atmosphere - it's all here, whether you're bringing family, friends or colleagues. 

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Our traditional afternoon tea is full of delights and surprises, whatever the occasion.

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Let our team of expert bartenders mix your favourite or tempt you to try something new and exciting.

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Get together over your favourite food, served with an elegant twist. Choose a glass of wine and relax.

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Reserve your celebration now and explore our fantastic festive menus.

Outlet Map

Opening Hours

  • Monday 9am - 11pm
  • Tuesday 9am - 11pm
  • Wednesday 9am - 11pm
  • Thursday 9am - 11pm
  • Friday 9am - Midnight
  • Saturday 9am - Midnight
  • Sunday 9am - 10.30pm

Food Service Times

  • Monday 9am - 10pm
  • Tuesday 9am - 10pm
  • Wednesday 9am - 10pm
  • Thursday 9am - 10pm
  • Friday 9am - 11pm
  • Saturday 9am - 11pm
  • Sunday 9am - 9:30pm
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About West India Quay

West India Quay has undergone rapid development since the 1990s and really is a fascinating place to explore, with its mixture of historical buildings and ultra-modern architecture.

The Museum of London Docklands tells the story of the River Thames and the docklands, uncovering the city’s long history as a port. It has a number of permanent exhibitions, and the building itself is a testament to London’s commercial past. It’s housed in one of only two remaining warehouses erected on the north quay by the West India Dock Company.

Mudchute is one of the largest city farms in London, and it’s just a few stops away in the Isle of Dogs. It has 32 acres of countryside with farm animals that range from horses, sheep, goats, aviary birds, llamas and alpacas! Kids will love visiting and you can enjoy an ‘animal encounter’ if you book in advance.

The area has some great shopping – from Absolute Vintage (with over 1,000 pairs of vintage shoes) to Billingsgate Market where, apart from the largest selection of fish in the UK, you can also buy vegetables, oils and specialist catering supplies.

You could take a water bus from Canary Wharf Pier along the River Thames and visit Canada Square Park, a delightful two acre garden above the Canada Place retail area. The park is home to one of Canary Wharf’s best loved pieces of public art, an enormous asymmetric glass fibre sculpture that appears to be floating in the air – ‘The Big Blue’ by Ron Arad.

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