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DSEI 2017

WELCOME PAGE

WELCOME

TO DSEI 2017

Defence and Security Equipment International

DSEI is the world leading event that brings together

the global defence and security sector to innovate

and share knowledge. DSEI represents the entire

supply chain on an unrivalled scale.

DSEI 2017 will have five key sector-focused Zones:

Air, Land, Naval, Security & Joint, all showcasing

the latest equipment and systems.

During DSEI 2017 you will be able to network and develop

relationships with an audience of over 34,000 including

Defence Ministers, International Military and Armed

Forces, key industry players and private sector companies.

Networking opportunities exist throughout the week, this

guide will help you to make the most of your time in London.

It includes restaurant listings, area guide, transport maps

and details of London attractions.


DSEI 2017

CONTENTS PAGE

POCKET GUIDE SPONSOR

WELCOME PAGE 1

DSEI

DSEI ZONES 4 - 5

DSEI FLOORPLAN 12 - 13

AREA GUIDES

EXCEL LONDON 14 - 17

NEARBY EXCEL 19 - 20

CANARY WHARF 22 - 27

GREENWICH 28 - 31

CITY OF LONDON 32 - 36

CENTRAL LONDON 40 - 45

WHERE TO EAT

CANARY WHARF 47 - 51

CENTRAL LONDON 53 - 56

FEATURED EXHIBITORS

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SKYLON PARK, HEREFORD ENTERPRISE ZONE 61

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NOCTURNA 62

EXCELITAS QIOPTIQ 63

TEA HEADSETS 63

WEIBEL SCIENTIFIC 63

TRAVEL & MAPS

TRAVELLING TO DSEI 8 - 9

LOCATION MAP 64 - 65

TUBE MAP 66 - 67

EMIRATES AIRLINE CABLE CAR 68

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DSEI 2017

ZONES

DSEI 2017 ZONES

AIR ZONE

DSEI 2017 will feature its strongest

aerospace offering to date, comprising

fixed, rotary wing, and unmanned

platforms.

The popular Air Zone is fully supported

by the Royal Air Force and Joint

Helicopter Command and includes

a capability area dedicated

to the aerospace

supply chain. With an

impressive array of static

displays expected to feature

around the ExCeL concourse, as

well as a notable line up of rotary assets

operating in the maritime domain,

DSEI is confirmed as the must-attend event

for the entire aerospace sector.

LAND ZONE

The Land Zone for DSEI 2017 has grown by 52% and looks to

surpass the achievements of the 2015 event by introducing new

features such as a dedicated showcase which will open up opportunities for

even more suppliers to attend.

This has been complemented by

the announcement of General Sir

Nick Carter KCB CBE DSO ADC

Gen, Chief of the General Staff as

keynote speaker.

NAVAL ZONE

The DSEI 2017 Naval Zone will be the most

comprehensive dedicated Naval Zone in

DSEI history. In addition to the 1,600 DSEI exhibitors the

Zone will incorporate over 50 specialist naval exhibitors

and is fully supported by the First Sea Lord and Royal

Navy. The Naval Zone is one of DSEI’s greatest strengths

with 16 nations represented, twice as many than the 2015

edition. It’s a popular draw for the maritime sector with

its unique dockside positioning at ExCeL, London.

It provides the DSEI audience with unrivalled networking opportunities,

insights from key decision makers and the opportunity to see first-hand the

industry’s latest vessels in action with interactive presentations and waterborne

demonstrations. DSEI is set to host up to eight warships and a number

of rotary assets that operate in the maritime domain.


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ZONES

SECURITY ZONE

The dedicated Security

Zone showcased security

equipment and systems to counter priority

threats, such as cyber attacks and

terrorism, as well as an enlarged special

forces and tactical equipment area.

DSEI 2017 ZONES

The new Security Zone centralised the security sector’s expertise with a

bespoke community in order to increase networking opportunities for both

exhibitors and visitors.

The result was a record number of first-time exhibitors showcasing the

latest equipment and technologies in conjunction with a catalogue of prime

contractors such as Fujitsu, Dell, BAE Systems - Applied Intelligence, BT,

CISCO and Intel.

Within the Security Zone, products and services ranging from security &

special forces training, tactical equipment, perimeter security covert & overt

surveillance & camera equipment and PPE, with exhibitors including CEIA,

Palo Alto Networks, International Armoured Group, Barrett Communications,

SFD Global, H. Henriksen, Bergans and BeaverFit.

JOINT ZONE

DSEI 2017 will see an enhanced Joint Zone with a plethora of

products from exhibitors within the following sectors: C4ISTAR,

Communications, DIO, Electronic Warfare, Joint Enablers, Logistics, Medical,

Robotics & Telemedicine.

Following the huge success of 2015’s Medical Innovation Zone the area is

being expanded to include more companies along with an award winning

demonstration area which will once again being organised with a team from

Defence Medical Services (DMS) Medical DirectorateCEIA, Palo Alto Networks,

International Armoured Group, Barrett Communications, SFD Global,

H. Henriksen, Bergans and BeaverFit.


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TRAVELLING TO DSEI

TRAVELLING TO DSEI

TRAVELLING

BY AIR

London is the best connected

City in the World. You

can reach London in less

time from more places

than any other destination.

London has 6 international airports.

We recommend using London

City Airport, whenever possible.

The airport is located 5-minutes from

ExCeL London by taxi or 10-minutes

by DLR (Docklands Light Railway). The

airport offers 350 flights per day, from

over 40 international destinations.

TRAVELLING BY RAIL

As the Capital of the United Kingdom, London is

connected by rail to all major cities in Great Britain. In

addition Eurostar operate regular train services to Brussels

and Paris operating from St Pancras International.

The Underground Jubilee Line and DLR are the quickest routes

to ExCeL, London and the ICC. Alight at Canning Town and change

onto a Beckton-bound DLR train , for a 1 stop journey to Royal Victoria

for ExCeL (West), or Prince Regent for ExCeL (East).

Please Note: Custom House DLR station is currently closed for Crossrail

redevelopment, so please use Royal Victoria for ExCeL (West) via a short 6

minute walk or Prince Regent for ExCeL (East) and ICC London.

For more information on times and routes please visit https://tfl.gov.uk


DSEI 2017

TRAVELLING TO DSEI

TRAVELLING BY TUBE

ExCeL has two entrances, the underground

Jubilee Line is recommended as the quickest

route to ExCeL London and the ICC.

Alight at Canning Town and change onto a

Beckton-bound DLR train.

Custom House DLR station is currently closed for Crossrail redevelopment,

so please use Royal Victoria for ExCeL (West) via a short 6 minute walk or

Prince Regent for ExCeL (East) and ICC London.

TRAVELLING TO DSEI

For more information on times and routes please visit https://tfl.gov.uk

TRAVEL BY ROAD

When driving to ExCeL London follow signs for Royal Docks, City Airport and

ExCeL. There is easy access from the M25, M11, A406 and A13. For a map

showing major local roads click here.

Please contact the AA for information on planning your journey and 24-hour

live traffic reports, by calling on +44 (0) 906 888 4322.

If you are using the Royal Victoria car park (MSCP) — approximately a 5

minute walk from the West Entrance we advise using E16 1XL for statellite

navigation devises.

TRAVELLING BY RIVER AND CABLE CAR

Thames Clippers are the leading commuter boat service on the River

Thames. Departures are available from all major piers, including the O2,

Greenwich, Canary Wharf, Tower Millennium, London Bridge City, Embankment,

and the London Eye. During peak hours there is a departure every 20

minutes.

From the O2, take the Emirates Air Line Cable Car for the short journey

across the Thames to ExCeL.

PARKING INFORMATION

Please note if you are driving to ExCeL the car parking is at the West Entrance.

If you have a badge you can enter at the West Entrance. If you don’t have a

badge you will then need to get the DLR from Royal Victoria station two stops

to Prince Regent station, here you will be able to collect your badge.


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FLOOR OVERVIEW PLAN FLOORPLAN

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OVERVIEW FLOORPLAN

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Land Zone

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A Aircraft Static

Display

B Clarion Defence

& Security stand

C Communications Hub

D Cyber Hub

E Dining Room

& VIP Lounge

F DIT & MOD

Lounge

G East Terrace

& Garden Cafe

H East Theatre

I Global Theatre

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Theatres & Feature Areas

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Garden Cafe

Rotary &

Static Display

Outdoor Exhibits

Waterborne

Demonstrations

Naval Zone

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J Waterborne

Grandstand

K Innovation Hub

L Land Static Display

& Soldier Showcase

M Media Centre

N Medical

Engagement Zone

O Naval Static Display

P North Theatre

Q South Theatre

R UK Capability

Showcase

S West Theatre

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HMS PUNCHER

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Pavilions

1 Australia

2 Austria

3 Belgium

4 Brazil

5 Bulgaria

6 Canada

7 Chile

8 Czech

Republic

9 Denmark

10 Estonia

11 Finland

12 France

13 Germany

14 Holland

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15 Hungaria 29 Singapore

16 India 30 Slovakia

17 Indonesia 31 Slovenia

18 Israel 32 South

Government Africa

19 Italy 33 South

Korea

20 Japan

34 Spain

21 Jordan

35 Sweden

22 Malaysia

36 Switzerland

23 Malta 37 Turkey

24 NDI 38 UAE

25 Norway 39 UK

26 Pakistan 40 Ukraine

27 Poland 41 USA

28 Serbia 42 Wales

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DSEI 2017 AREA GUIDE

EXCEL LONDON

EXCEL LONDON

As ExCeL London will be your base over the

course of the DSEI Exhibition’s four days, we

want to quickly bring you up to date on its history

and detail just how it will provide the perfect

business experience during your stay in

London.

EXCEL LONDON

The regeneration of the Docklands

has revolutionised an area that

had previously been in decline

once shipping operations

ceased to exist in the

Royal Docks at the

start of the 1980s. ExCeL

London has proved to be a

triumph after opening at the

turn of the millennium and has

uplifted the British economy to the

tune of £2.3 billion.

Of course, not all of your time will

be spent within ExCeL London.

When venturing outside you will

soon discover a multitude of bars,

restaurants and neighbouring hotels,

all of whom provide invaluable

convenience during your time spent

at DSEI.

There are a number of outstanding

hotel facilities only a stone’s throw

away from ExCeL London, where

many exhibitors can be found after

hours recovering from a long and

successful day engaging with their

audience.

Given the

scale and size

of the exhibition,

many delegates return

for each of the four days,

also choosing to set-up base

nearby.

The area surrounding ExCeL

London is designed to build upon

the buzz and excitement generated

inside. When the exhibition closes

its doors for the day, the time for

adventure has only just begun.

ONSITE EXCEL

Over the course of its short history, ExCeL London’s rapid growth is nothing

short of astonishing, now seen as the premier host of exhibitions, trade

shows and special events in London. There are a whole host of services and

facilities within the centre itself, maximising the opportunities available to the

visiting business community.

Upon entering ExCeL London, you will be met by helpful staff who will help

guide you along the way. This opens up into the Boulevard, which runs

through the centre of the entire complex. The Boulevard is where you will find

20 restaurants and bars and throughout the day remains the centre of the

DSEI community. It is here you will find a whole host of food and drink outlets

located on either side, with a number of large seating areas situated in the

centre and benches positioned along both opposing walls. These provide the

chance to take a break from the hectic pace of the exhibition halls, allowing

you some time to refuel and rest for a short while.


DSEI 2017 AREA GUIDE

EXCEL LONDON

Walking further along the Boulevard the various entry points

into the exhibition begin to appear. You may already have an

exhibition stand map in your possession or collected one on your

way in, which will help you to navigate your way around once inside

the trade halls. Gaining entry into the halls is easy: if you have already

printed your name badge you can simply collect a lanyard and be quickly

scanned through or you can print it from one of the many touch screen

portals available at the entrance.

EXCEL LONDON

FOOD & DRINK

If you need to catch an early

breakfast, The Bridge Restaurant is

open to serve, also providing lunch

and dinner with an American twist.

Keeping with the American theme,

Prime Burger is always a popular

choice, serving up the finest prime

cuts for your enjoyment. If you must

satisfy a craving for chicken, then

Rotisserie is right on your doorstep

happy to oblige.

Pummaro readies the best in Italian

fare, be it exquisite pasta dishes

or delicious pizzas, while Burrito

serve up a storm with their tasty

fillings. If you are in the mood for

a wrap, then Wrapid will have the

very best around. River Cottage Deli

give you two options: either hot or

cold. Pick up a fresh salad or enjoy

a healthy homemade focaccia.

Chop’d specialises in the freshest

salads, soups and stews and give

Chozen Noodle Sushi a visit to pick

up freshly made Hosomaki and

Maki rolls.

coffee will be in huge demand and

so make sure you pinpoint the

location of Costa Coffee and the E16

café. Not only can you pick up great

coffee but its onsite bakery has

some unbeatable pastries to tempt

you with. Directly above, you will find

the E16 Lounge, which is a quiet

hideaway from the hectic bustle of

the exhibition area.

A nice relaxing beer or glass of wine

is ideal at the end of a long day and

The Pyramid bar will be open and

ready to take your order. The Bridge

Restaurant is also home to a lively

bar. As it’s located in the middle of

ExCeL you don’t have to travel too

far to meet up with colleagues or

newly made acquaintances.

Throughout the day WhistleStop

will be open where you can pick up

water, confectionary snacks, soft

drinks and any other basic items

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EXCEL LONDON

MEETING ROOMS

Exhibitions are a fantastic way to introduce yourself and begin initial discussions.

The shop floor is not so conducive to in-depth talks due to the noise

levels and heavy foot traffic. However, not every conversation can wait until

you return to the office and you need to strike while the iron is hot. With

this in mind, ExCeL London provides a number of private meeting rooms

within the venue, where you can sit down and discuss potential deals and

partnerships with prospective and existing clientele.

The Gallery Rooms are located on the first level of ExCeL London and are

the perfect place to con

EXCEL LONDON

SERVICES

Business services are on hand to ensure you keep powering through the

day and striking up new relationships. Laptop and mobile charging stations

are located across various points on the Boulevard in return for a small fee

and free Wi-Fi comes as standard. Cash points are also available along the

Boulevard which remain open throughout the day to withdraw money along

with luggage storage space if you arrive direct from the airport.

Fax and photocopying utilities can be found in the stationery shop, which

also houses a convenient Bureau de Change. Should medical attention be

required, there are first aid facilities onsite and a pharmacy nearby. Accessibility

for disabled visitors is also provided, which includes parking, toilets

and wheelchair hire.


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NEARBY EXCEL

NEARBY EXCEL

RESTAURANTS

When visiting another country, in either a

professional or personal capacity, your

culinary experience can often make

or break your time spent there.

Especially when taking important

clientele out in the evening.

There is no doubt that the

fine cuisine available

outside of the show will

prove a memorable part of

your time spent in London.

NEARBY EXCEL

There is certainly no shortage

of places outside of ExCeL

where you can sit down to

enjoy the special atmosphere

of the London Docklands.

Whether you are searching

for a place to sit and entertain

a large group, grab a quick

bite to eat or looking for the

intimate ambience of a traditional

British pub, you’ll find it

all here.

Tom’s Kitchen

sets the right mood

for the evening, a

restaurant offering both

private and semi-private

dining options. The Bollywood

Brasserie is always a popular

choice as it sits right outside of Ex-

CeL London and if only the very best in

steaks will do, book ahead at Gaucho at

the O2 to taste some of their Argentinian

culinary delights.

BARS & PUBS

Upon leaving the exhibition for the day, you may want to head out for early

evening drinks before moving onto a nearby restaurant. London has some

of the finest bars and public houses in the world and the Royal Docks is no

different in that respect.

Take, for example, the WXYZ bar, which is located at Aloft London ExCeL,

situated near the east entrance of the venue. Enjoy a craft beer or cocktail

here and pick from the delectable nibbles on the menu. NY-LON merges the

New York vibe with the hospitality of

London, open to midnight almost every

day. And Davy’s Wine Bar is one of the

oldest in the Docks, offering beautiful

views of the nearby West India Quay.

It doesn’t matter if your favourite

tipple is an aromatic whiskey, a glass

of refreshing Prosecco, or anything

in-between – you won’t have to search

too far and wide to find what you’re

looking for.


DSEI 2017 AREA GUIDE

NEARBY EXCEL

O2

The success of the O2 Arena has also led to a renaissance in the

area over the past decade. Originally named the ‘Millennium Dome’

it was built to celebrate the start of a new millennium, hosting a major

exhibition for the first year, before being transformed into a commercial

enterprise.

It stands out as one of the most prominent structures in London, and its

iconic architecture is now recognised across the world. The past decade

has seen it develop a renowned reputation for entertainment, regularly

hosting music, art, film, comedy, theatre and sporting events, complemented

by a full quota of exciting bars and restaurants.

NEARBY EXCEL

TRAVELLING TO THE O2

You can travel to the O2 from ExCeL London either by London Underground

or bus. If you are feeling particularly adventurous, hop onto the ‘Emirates

Air Line’ ride. Run by the aforementioned airline company, this allows you

take a cable car ride across the Thames, wowing you with stunning views

of the London skyline. Those in search of a great night out only a short

distance away from the exhibition need look no further than the O2 Arena.

TRAVELLING TO EXCEL

London City Airport is located only a matter of minutes away and with

space for over 3000 cars and two Docklands Light Railway stations

close at hand, finding a route to ExCeL London is as simple as you

could wish for.


DSEI 2017 AREA GUIDE

CANARY WHARF

CANARY WHARF

CANARY WHARF

With close to 40,000 visitors arriving

from 140 countries, the DSEI

Exhibition is one of the largest of its

kind. Spending four days in London

also allows the opportunity for many

to venture out and discover the

charms of the nearby Canary

Wharf district. Situated only

a short ride away from

ExCeL London, the

estate opens up a world

of exploration and endless

enjoyment, housing everything

you need for your stay in one easy to

access location.

For first time visitors to the area,

the name Canary Wharf may

not seem instantly recognisable.

Situated in the heart of London’s

Docklands, it was once an area

alive with the import and export of

goods that enabled the UK economy

to thrive.

Its transformation over the past

quarter of a century has seen it

re-established at the forefront of

the European economy, reenergising

the surrounding areas and now

home to many of the world’s leading

financial institutions.

Canary

Wharf Tower

stands at the

centre of the

region, overlooking

the stunning views of

the Thames. Also found

within this thriving community

are a vast range of retail outlets,

bars and restaurants, all of whom

ensure a visit to Canary Wharf

remains a unique and memorable

experience.

From theatre and fashion to the latest

in music and film, Canary Wharf

has firmly positioned itself as the

place to be for both art and entertainment.

For the very best in work,

shopping and leisure facilities, there

are few places in the world that can

compare.


DSEI 2017 AREA GUIDE

CANARY WHARF

LEISURE

With more than 300 retail stores located across the four shopping

malls in Canary Wharf, you are certain to find everything you

need close at hand. If you want to pick up a memento before returning

home, or simply wish to take advantage of the amazing variety on display,

you’ll be spoilt for choice.

This is truly a shopper’s paradise, offering access to some of the finest

luxury and boutique brands around. Many of the stores are open seven

days a week until late evening, providing the kind of flexibility you need after

spending a long day in an exhibition hall.

There are bars, cafés and restaurants spread across the entire estate,

meaning you’re never more than a few steps away from quenching your

thirst and satisfying those hunger pangs. Whether you want to try your

hand at some traditional British cuisine or test your palette against some

continental flair, Canary Wharf has it all: from Japanese and Indian, to

Chinese and French dining.

CANARY WHARF

FOOD & DRINK

Thousands of visitors pass through

Canary Wharf every day each with

something in common: they all

need a place to eat and drink. Life

on the estate begins in the very

early hours lasting right through

to the midnight chimes and finding

a place to eat in style and comfort

couldn’t be easier.

New venues are popping up all the

time expanding upon the already

vast selection of boutique eateries

and established restaurants. Crossrail

Place is the latest addition to

the area, with ten restaurants, cafés

and bars cooking up early morning

essentials before tempting you with

late evening cocktails.

and truly unforgettable food. Al fresco

dining in Canary Wharf not only

allows you to breathe in the magnificence

of the modern architecture

but indulge in the best nouvelle and

world cuisine London has to offer.

Any time spent in Canary Wharf

isn’t complete until you have tasted

and explored its many gastronomic

delights.

If you are looking to entertain

existing or prospective clients, you

will require an environment that

provides both the right ambience


DSEI 2017 AREA GUIDE

CANARY WHARF

ART & CULTURE

London has long since been

recognised as a leader of the arts

and Canary Wharf continues to

shine a spotlight on the diverse

cultural heritage of the city. Art is an

integral part of the landscape, with

countless sculptures and interactive

installations situated throughout

the parks and buildings.

CANARY WHARF

The vast collection of public art

on display is one of the largest in

the UK, bringing you up close and

personal with some of the most

exciting artists working today. A detailed

arts programme runs across

the course of the year, encompassing

theatre, galleries, film, music,

fashion and dance.

If you want to spend some time

relaxing in the evening catching up

on the latest cinema releases or

you prefer a more cerebral, thought

provoking experience, there is more

than enough to choose from. There

are a number of outstanding art

galleries ready to entice you with

their latest exhibitions and the Museum

of London Docklands will get

you up to speed on the rich history

of the local area.

PARKS & GARDENS

Canary Wharf doesn’t just offer the very best in shopping, leisure and art.

It also features a wholly unique and iconic park at its centre. Jubilee Park

is so named because of its location on top of the Jubilee Line Underground

Station. Not only is it a place of tranquillity and relaxation but also host to an

exciting range of events and exhibitions held throughout the year.


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Canada Square Park is another

green space where you can enjoy

the scenic views of the Thames

surrounded by plush lawns and

well-kept flowerbeds. For those

brave enough to test their mettle

out on the ice, the park welcomes a

temporary ice-skating rink during

the winter months, which always

proves to be one of London’s most

popular attractions.

The Crossrail Place Roof Garden, a

300-metre enclosed garden, rests

on the Meridian line directly above

the Crossrail station, making it one

of the largest roof terraces in the

UK. This also includes a 60-seater

performance space that puts on a

large cross section of musical and

theatre events, running until 9pm

every day of the week.

CANARY WHARF

HOTELS

When travelling to another

country you need to find a place

to stay that will provide a sense of

comfort and practical access to

the facilities that will to make your

visit a memorable one.

For those wishing to enjoy the

full Canary Wharf experience,

taking up residence on the estate

itself will enable you to explore

everything it has to offer. The

London Marriott Hotel West India

Quay is situated on the complex

next to the East Wintergarden

centre that proudly overlooks serene

waterfront views. This makes

it ideal for any after-conference

meetings or late night drinks and

meals, shortening travel time and

unwarranted expenditure.

There are numerous Docklands

Light Railway stations located at

various points around the Canary

Wharf estate, allowing you to choose

from the many luxurious hotels

that can be found only a short

distance away. This includes the

nearby Hilton and Novotel London

hotels whose first class reputations

enable you to prioritise and focus

your attention on the more pressing

aspects of your visit.

TRANSPORT LINKS

Canary Wharf station is the central

point of access for the estate running

on the London Underground

Jubilee line. There are multiple bus

routes available and journeying

along the Jubilee Line will take you

onto London Bridge, Westminster

and into the heart of the city. For

those thinking of venturing out to

explore Canary Wharf after leaving

the DSEI Exhibition, a short walk to

Prince Regent DLR station will set

you on your way.


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GREENWICH

GREENWICH

GREENWICH

Greenwich Your time spent away from the DSEI

Exhibition will be valuable and it is important

you know where to go in order to make the most

of your time in London. While Greenwich may

not contain the glitz and glamour of some

parts of the city, it is an area of London

steeped in history and tradition that

attracts thousands of visitors

every year. It is also known as

the Prime Meridian of the

World, with the dividing

line between the Eastern

and Western hemispheres

passing through the Royal

Observatory.

Maritime Greenwich is

given its name because of its

nautical history and is also

home to the National Maritime

Museum, Old Royal Naval

College and of course, the

famous Cutty Sark, which you

may be more familiar with due

to its presence on the London

Marathon circuit.

The local market has also

developed an enviable reputation

across London since its

inception 300

years ago. It

has since become

the perfect spot to

pick out antiques and

collectibles from the 120

stalls stationed there. You

can choose to study the art and

architecture of the Queen’s

House or stroll through Royal

Greenwich Park. Along with its

vibrant nightlife, you won’t be

short of things to do once you

arrive.


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EATING OUT

With so much energy expended at the exhibition and discovering

the hidden wonders of London, you’ll need to find a place to

eat and recuperate. The further you venture into the heart of a city,

the closer you come to unearthing the things that make it feel so special.

And this is particularly true of London.

Greenwich is located in South East London and travelling to this part of

town offers the chance to really get a taste of tradition. If you want to tuck

into some pie and mash (or jellied eels if you’re feeling brave enough) head

over to Goddards. The restaurant has been around for 127 years and takes

you right back to the heart of Old London Town.

Venture into the marketplace and

you’ll find plenty of cuisine made by

local stallholders and businesses. The

Brasserie at the Maritime Museum

serves up traditional British fare, while

Champagne + Fromage has a menu

packed with the finest cheeses and

bubbly.

GREENWICH

PUBS & BARS

For those heading into the centre of town for the evening, Greenwich

presents a great stop off point when journeying from ExCeL London. Mark

the start of a great night out with scenic views that take in the sights of the

Thames or the landmarks in the local area.

If craft beers are your thing, then The Old Brewery is certainly worth a visit.

This classy affair overlooks the Cutty Sark with tutored beer tastings also

open to the public. The Cutty Sark pub itself sits on the bank of the Thames,

a three storey bow-fronted Georgian pub oozing with character.

The Cooperage has been built within

ancient, original wine vaults where you

can nestle into the candlelight booths,

taking your pick from over 100 wines

and craft ales. For those looking to

combine good food and history, pop

across to The Gipsy Moth, a Grade I

listed pub, situated in-between the

Cutty shark and Greenwich market.

PLACES TO VISIT

ROYAL OBSERVATORY

You don’t have to be a student of time

and space to enjoy the home of British

astrology, Greenwich Mean Time and

the Prime Meridian of The World.

Peer through the Great Equatorial

Telescope or watch the stunning planetarium

shows in the Peter Harrison

Planetarium that take you into the

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GREENWICH

NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM

Step back in time to learn about

the history of the Royal Navy and

their explorations around the world.

Learn about the life of Admiral Horatio

Nelson and view the uniform

worn at the Battle of Trafalgar. As

the largest maritime museum in the

world it’s overflowing with stories

like these and many more.

CUTTY SARK

60 years ago the Cutty Sark was

taken to land and moored in the

dry dock we see it in today. Having

sailed the Seven Seas, the last surviving

tea clipper has since become

one of London’s most famous tourist

attractions, a standout feature on

the bank of the Thames.

GREENWICH

GREENWICH PARK

Stretching across 183 acres,

Greenwich Park is the oldest of

eight Royal Parks, overlooking the

Thames and welcoming thousands

of people each year who enjoy the

panoramic views of Central London.

The park hosts all of the popular

attractions in the borough and has

long since been recognised as a

World Heritage Site.

QUEEN’S HOUSE

The design of the Queen’s House in

1616 first brought classical architecture

to England, thanks to Anne

of Denmark, the only wife of King

James I. Legend says it remains

haunted and its many rooms are

now filled with the amazing artwork

of artists such as Gainsborough,

Reynolds, Turner and Hogarth.

GREENWICH MARKET

You can spend hours perusing the

many stalls searching for hidden

treasures, wowed by the antiques

and collectibles waiting to be

discovered. The Pavilion food court

is where you can try your luck with

the freshest street food London has

to offer.

OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE

If you’ve watched Pirates of the

Caribbean, Les Misérables and

The Kings Speech to name a few –

you’ve seen the gorgeous interiors

of the college. Designed by Sir

Christopher Wren and painted by

Sir James Thornhill, the college

is often called the masterpiece of

Greenwich.

TRANSPORT

There are two ways to arrive in the Royal Borough of Greenwich from London

ExCeL. Simply hop onto the Prince Regent DLR, changing at Westferry DLR

to take the connecting train to Greenwich Station. A taxi is the quickest option

available, taking only 15 short minutes to zip across the Thames.


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CITY OF LONDON

CITY OF LONDON

Where London began…

Step back more than 2,000 years to the birthplace

of London and the heart of City life.

CITY OF LONDON

The City, or Square Mile, was the

original site of London. It became

capital of Roman Britain in

AD100 then flourished as

a trading port, the rights

of its citizens being well

established by the time of

the Norman Conquest of 1066.

The City of London Corporation

governed all civic life and trade.

The development of a municipal democracy

here was copied by many towns and cities

and the City soon became the most powerful and

prestigious Square Mile in the world.

From world famous attractions and iconic events to museums

and art galleries, Roman ruins and historic attractions,

there is plenty to see and do in the heart of historic London.

ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL

St Paul’s is not only an architectural masterpiece and its dome a landmark of

the London skyline, but also a symbol of the hope, strength and resilience of

the city and nation it serves. A cathedral has stood here since 604AD with the

present cathedral now over 300 years old.

Enjoy the beautiful décor of the vast cathedral floor before climbing to the

famous Whispering Gallery with its unique acoustics. Continue to the Stone

or Golden Galleries on top of the dome for breathtaking panoramic views

across London.

The crypt is the resting place for famous Britons such as Lord Admiral

Nelson, the Duke of Wellington, and the cathedral’s architect Sir Christopher

Wren. Visitors will also find the award winning 270° film experience, Oculus –

an eye into St Paul’s.

Explore using multimedia

guides available in 11

languages or join onto a

guided tour or introductory

talk, all at no extra cost.

Tube: St Paul’s, Mansion,

House or Black friars


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TOWER BRIDGE

Take in striking views of London from the top of the most

famous bridge in the world, now over 120 years old. Experience a

unique view of London life through the new spectacular glass floor in

the high-level walkways. Look down to see the River Thames, cars and

pedestrian life, all moving at pace 42 metres below. Lucky visitors may even

witness the magic of the bridge raising for a river vessel beneath their feet.

Tube: Tower Hill or London Bridge

CITY OF LONDON

MONUMENT

In 1666 London was nearly burnt

to the ground. The fire began in a

baker’s house in Pudding Lane on

Sunday 2nd September 1666 and

finally extinguished on Wednesday

5th September, after destroying

the greater part of the City. The fire

devastated the City and the only

buildings to survive in part were

those built of stone, like St. Paul’s

and the Guildhall.

The Monument was built between

1671 and 1677 to commemorate

the Great Fire of London and to

celebrate the rebuilding of the

City. Climb the 311 steps to the top

for fantastic views of the City and

beyond.

Tube: Monument or London Bridge


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MUSEUM

OF LONDON

Discover the story of the world’s

most vibrant city, told through

world-class free galleries. Tracing

the history of the city from prehistoric

times through to the present

day, the museum has loads on offer

from guided walks to curator talks.

Highlights include the Lord Mayor’s

State Coach which has been used

for the annual Lord Mayor’s Show

since 1757, a beautifully reconstructed

18th century Pleasure

Garden and the London 2012

Cauldron designed by Thomas Heatherwick. There’s also a host of free

displays that change regularly throughout the year, so there’s always

something new to see.

CITY OF LONDON

Tube: Barbican or St Pauls

BARBICAN CENTRE

The Barbican exists to inspire people to discover and love the arts. It

innovates with outstanding artists and performers to create an international

programme that crosses art forms, investing in the artists of today and

tomorrow.

A world-class arts and learning organisation, the Barbican pushes the

boundaries of all major art forms including dance, film, music, theatre and

visual arts. The architecturally renowned centre opened in 1982 and comprises

a concert hall, two theatres, three cinemas, two art galleries, foyers and

public spaces, a library, a glasshouse conservatory, conference facilities and

three restaurants.

Tube: Barbican, St Pauls or Moorgate

LEADENHALL MARKET

Leadenhall Market dates back to the

14th century and is situated in what

was the centre of Roman London.

Originally a

meat, poultry and game market, it now

features a variety of vendors as well as

commercial shops, restaurants, cafes

and

pubs.

Its cobbled walkways and glass Victorian

roof make Leadenhall Market an

attractive place to shop, eat and drink

or simply relax.

Tube: Monument or Aldgate


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GUILDHALL

GALLERIES

Six attractions

all within the

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CITY OF LONDON

Guildhall

Galleries form

a fascinating part

of the City’s history.

From walking in Roman

footsteps to seeing the

art, treasures and curiosities

gathered over the centuries. The

following six attractions based at

Guildhall offer an incredible range of

experiences on offer in the heart of the

City… all for free.

1. THE GREAT HALL

The City’s only surviving secular

medieval building dates from 1411

and was designed to reflect the importance

and prestige of London’s

ruling elite. With 27m high ceilings

and a cathedral-like ambience, the

historic building sits on London’s

largest medieval crypts.

2. GUILDHALL ART GALLERY

Wander through one of London’s

oldest public galleries and be

taken on a colourful journey into

the City’s past. Opened in 1886, the

gallery showcases 250 pieces with

collections rich in Victorian art and

London scenes.

3. ROMAN AMPHITHEATRE

Hear the roar of 7,000 spectators

eager for wild animal fights and

criminal executions. The remains

were discovered during the redevelopment

of the Guildhall Art Gallery

in 1985 and offer a fascinating

insight into the Wembley Stadium

of Roman London…although the

entertainment was more bloody and

barbaric 2,000 years ago.

4. HERITAGE GALLERY

Opened in 2014 as part of the commemorations

around the 800th anniversary

of Magna Carta, the City of

London Heritage

Gallery showcases

rarely-seen treasures

held in trust for the

nation.

5. GUILDHALL LIBRARY

The world’s largest library devoted

to a single city, the Guildhall Library

captures every aspect of City life,

the trades, the people and the

buildings. The library has a rich history

and is home to many precious

possessions, from a pristine copy

of Shakespeare’s First Folio, to the

Nuremburg Chronicle and even a

13th-century bible.

6. ST LAWRENCE JEWRY

Official church of the City and built

after the Great Fire of London, this

was one of the most impressive

of the 51 City churches designed

by Sir Christopher Wren. Badly

damaged in the 1940 Blitz with its

eight bells melted to a quarter of

their weight, the church was rebuilt

in 1957.

Tube: Moorgate, Bank,

Mansion House or St Paul’s


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CENTRAL LONDON

CENTRAL LONDON

Central London The DSEI Exhibition will be the

main reason you have come to London in September

but venturing into the centre of the city is

a must, even if only for a short while.

CENTRAL LONDON

There are few cities in the world like

London. With its unique mix of

outstanding architectural history,

contemporary development

and cultural innovation, it

remains a metropolis that

has to be experienced in

all its glory. Whether it’s

your first time travelling into

the capital or you are a returning

visitor, there is always more

than enough going on to capture your

imagination.

It never feels like you have

enough time to do everything

on your list, given the size and

scale of the city. Whatever

draws you into the centre of

London is guaranteed to leave

you wanting more. From Buckingham

Palace, Westminster

and famous landmarks like

Tower Bridge and Trafalgar

Square, right through to the

arts, museums, fashion and

unbeatable nightlife, there is

so much to see.

A rich

history is

embedded

deep within

the structure

of every winding

London street and

alley and the closer you

come to its centre, the more

you begin to understand what

makes it tick. Make sure you find

the time to venture into town during

your stay and discover its magic for

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PLACES TO EAT

Where do you start in a place like Central London? The options

of where to eat are many and it would be an understatement to

say you will be spoilt for choice. The fantastic thing about London

is its ability to cater for almost anyone’s dietary, financial and cultural

preferences.

You may want to try some British traditions and fish and chips is likely to be

right at the top of that list. The Rock and Soul Plaice has been around since

1871 and serves up some of the best in town. If you want something a bit

more substantial, zip over to Blacklock Soho for a truly succulent Sunday

roast.

If afternoon tea is more your thing,

then the Ritz still remains unbeatable,

now in its 111th year of serving

up delectable finger sandwiches

and scones. London is of course

home to some of the finest cuisine

in the world, with 53 restaurants

now awarded at least one Michelin

star. Gordon Ramsey and Alain

Ducasse are the elite venues

with three stars, The Araki offers

two-star sushi and Barrafina is a

one-star Spanish tapas delight.

CENTRAL LONDON

BARS & PUBS

Casual drinkers and connoisseurs alike know that London has some of the

most original and relaxing venues around. Stepping into a bar in the centre

of town is the perfect way to acclimatise to the bustling atmosphere, allowing

you time to plan your next move, be it heading out for a show or out for an

evening meal.

Located at the Hyde Park end of Oxford Street you’ll find Sisu, a widely regarded

rooftop bar that takes you away from the busy streets below. Strolling

along the Southbank taking in the views of the Thames and the surrounding

attractions, you’ll also come across Anchor Bankside.

A traditional British pub

always offers a warm

welcome to its visitors

and Central London

certainly has the pick of

the bunch. The Lamb &

Flag in Covent Garden

was an old haunt of

Charles Dickens, with

the building dating back

to 1772. Ye Olde Mitre

dates back even further

to 1546 and is next door

to St.Etheldreda’s where

Henry VIII was married.


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WEST END

London’s West End is constantly

abuzz with activity and no more so

than in Theatre land. The very best

in musical and thespian entertainment

have walked the boards in this

famous old city, where many of the

most famous productions in the history

of theatre have been born.

CENTRAL LONDON

Some of the more well-known stars

currently appearing include BAFTA

and Golden Globe nominee Sienna

Miller and also Jack O’Connell,

fresh from working alongside

George Clooney. The theatre adaptation

of Tennessee Williams’ ‘Cat

on a Hot Tin Roof’ has received rave

reviews and is a must see.

Andrew Scott (Moriarty in ‘Sherlock’)

plays Hamlet in a modernised

version of the Shakespeare classic

at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Agatha

Christie’s legendary ‘Mousetrap’ is

still running at St Martins Theatre,

while classics such as ‘Evita’ and

‘Phantom of the Opera’ are still

ever present. The world premiere

of Richard Jones’ ‘La Boheme’ also

arrives at the Royal Opera House in

September, offering a new take on

Puccini’s classic tragedy.

ACTIVITIES

If you are looking to do something a bit different from the norm while in

London and want to get the heart pumping, look no further than the River

Thames. There is high speed and thrills galore to be had with Thames Jet.

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Prefer to look down from above and

gain a unique view of this beautiful

city? The London Helicopter offer

flights lasting up to 30 minutes, giving

you a look at London that even

the natives rarely get to see. This is

a spectacular way to break the ice

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of the box.

While taking to the sky might be a little too much for some, you can still get

spectacular views of London from the London Eye on the Southbank. If 443

feet isn’t high enough for you, the observation deck in The Shard elevates you

to a whopping 804 feet.

PLACES TO VISIT

Events and venues associated

with the arts can be found on

almost every street in Central

London, a creative hub like no

other anywhere else in the world.

Both The National Gallery and

Tate Modern provide the full

spectrum of art, taking you back

to classic 13th century masters,

right through to the modern

innovators of the contemporary

world. It would also be remiss not

to mention the gems found in the

National Portrait Gallery, Royal

Academy of Arts, Saatchi Gallery,

Serpentine Gallery, Somerset

House and Tate Britain.

The Natural History Museum, Victoria

& Albert and Science Museum’s

in Kensington are home to some of

the most stunning artefacts in the

world. The Museum of London and

the British Museum are also located

in the city, detailing everything you

could wish to know about this fair

land.

CENTRAL LONDON

There is also plenty of space to step

away from the high energy pace of

London’s streets. Hyde Park is one

of the most renowned green spaces

in the city, covering a huge 350

acres. Kensington Gardens and Regents

Park are serene and beautiful

hideaways, while St. James’s Park

provides quick access to three Royal

palaces.

TRAVEL

ExCeL London provides great accessibility for travelling into the heart of

London. Prince Regent DLR is a short 10 minute walk from ExCeL and will

take you directly into Canning Town. A quick change onto the Jubilee Line

takes you through London Bridge, Westminster and onto Green Park. From

these locations you can hop onto any number of buses or pick up a black cab,

with your Central London destination only a short ride away.


DSEI 2017 WHERE TO EAT

CANARY WHARF

HAZEV

Cuisine: Turkish

This striking Turkish restaurant

includes an affordable cafeteria,

and is situated near Surrey Quays

DLR; it’s usually very busy, thanks

not least to its original and tasty

cuisine.

Tube: 5 mins walk South Quay

2 South Quay Square, E14 9RT

Tel: 020 7515 9467

www.hazev.com

OBICÀ

Cuisine: Italian

Once called Obika, these ‘Mozzarella

bars’ form part of an international

chain and are far better than

many in the pizza and pasta market.

The perfect spot for grabbing a

glass of wine with a range enjoyable

small bites.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

35 Bank Street, E14 5NW

Tel: 020 7719 1532

www.obica.com

CARLUCCIO’S

Cuisine: Italian

Pleasant enough to look at, this

faux-Italian chain also offers a great

range of breakfast items and makes

a big fuss of kids too.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

2 Reuters Plaza, E14 5AJ

Tel: 020 7719 1749

www.carluccios.com

CANTEEN

Cuisine: British

The promise of British comfort food

is efficiently delivered at these spartan

canteens, whose handily located

South Bank branch can be great for

a business lunch.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

40 Canada Square, E14 5FW

Tel: 08456 861 122

www.canteen.co.uk

TORTILLA

Cuisine: Mexican

For a fresh and satisfying burrito,

these speedy operations – neck and

neck with rival Chipotle – are cheap

and incredibly authentic.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

18 North Colonnade, E14 4EU

Tel: 020 7719 9160

www.tortilla.co.uk

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GOURMET BURGER

KITCHEN

Cuisine: International

This burger franchise wins solid

support from most customers for

its good value, strong selection of

options and excellent side offerings.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

Unit 22, Peninsula Way, SE10 0DX

Tel: 020 8293 3679

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YI-BAN

Cuisine: Chinese

An interesting waterside location

near City Airport helps justify the trek

to this obscure Chinese restaurant in

deepest Docklands. A spacious and

convivial venue, it offers solid dim

sum at very reasonable prices.

Tube: 5 mins walk Royal Albert Dock

1010 Dockside Road, E16 2QT

Tel: 020 7473 6699

www.yi-ban.co.uk

WHERE TO EAT

BOLLYWOOD

BRASSERIE

Cuisine: Indian

This 150 seater modern restaurant

is situated at the footsteps of Excel

West Exhibition Centre. You’ll be

spoilt for choice choosing from a

la Carte, lunch and dinner buffet

menus every day.

Tube: 5 mins walk Custom House

2 Western Gateway, E16 1DR

Tel: 020 7473 5004

www.bollywoodbrasserie.co.uk

THE GUN

Cuisine: British

A magnificent view of the Thames

and the O2 can be seen from the

outside heated terrace, making this

a fantastic and historic gastropub.

It’s a fine example of a pub getting

the food mix right: from ambitious

dishes to bar snacks.

Tube: 10 mins walk South Quay

27 Coldharbour, E14 9NS

Tel: 020 7515 5222

www.thegundocklands.com

STICKS’N’SUSHI

Cuisine: Japanese

A strange but pleasant mix of

Denmark and Japan – this fun and

buzzy Danish chain puts a Scandi

twist on sushi and yakitori and the

results are beautifully presented

and delicious.

Tube: 5 mins walk West India Quay

1 Crossrail Place, E14 5AR

Tel: 020 3141 8230

www.sticksnsushi.co.uk

BOISDALE OF

CANARY WHARF

Cuisine: British

A popular choice thanks to its views,

you are certain to enjoy the meaty

Scottish fare, spacious interior and

Thames-side cigar terrace.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

15 Cabot Square, E14 4QT

Tel: 020 7715 5818

www.boisdale.co.uk

PLATEAU

Cuisine: French

With its prime Canary Wharf perch

offering splendid views of the Docklands,

this D&D London operation

is first-and-foremost a great place

to take existing and prospective

clients. After hours, look out for a

multitude of special evening offers.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

4th Floor, Canada Sq, E14 5ER

Tel: 020 7715 7100

www.plateau-restaurant.co.uk


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DSEI 2017 WHERE TO EAT

CANARY WHARF

ROCKET

Cuisine: Mediterranean

For a fantastic lunchtime or postwork

pizza, salad or steak, these

cafés located around the City and

Canary Wharf receive a high number

of recommendations.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

2 Churchill Pl E14 5RB

Tel: 020 3200 2022

www.rocketrestaurants.co.uk

WHERE TO EAT

IPPUDO LONDON

Cuisine: Japanese

Fresh ramen, gorgeous miso soup

and helpful staff are what draws

so many people to the Canary

Wharf based outlet of this global,

Japan-based noodle chain.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

CR 28, Crossrail Place E14 5AR

Tel: 020 3326 9485

www.ippudo.co.uk

JAMIE’S ITALIAN

Cuisine: Italian

Jamie Oliver’s Italian restaurants

are fun for the family, with kids always

welcome, serving up the very

finest in Italian cuisine to visitors

– new and old – at this marvellous

Canary Wharf branch.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

Unit 17, 2 Churchill Pl E14 5RB

Tel: 020 3002 5252

www.jamieoliver.com

ONE CANADA SQUARE

Cuisine: British

In the lobby of the Canary Wharf

Tower, this prominently situated

establishment provides a convenient

business rendezvous and is also

praised for its amazing weekend

brunch.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

1 Canada Square E14 5AB

Tel: 020 7559 5199

www.onecanadasquarerestaurant.com

WAHACA

Cuisine: Mexican

Thomasina Miers’s easy-going

Mexican chain offers a consistently

updated menu of zesty dishes,

which are always amazing value.

The service is great, as is the bustling

atmosphere.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

Park Pavilion E14 5FW

Tel: 020 7516 9145

www.wahaca.co.uk

ROKA

Cuisine: Japanese

Packed with exquisite dishes bursting

with flavour – be it sumptuous

sushi and sashimi or wonderful

robata-yaki style BBQ – are the

hallmark of these cool and vibrant

Japanese-fusion operations.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

4 Park Pavilion E14 5FW

Tel: 020 7636 5228

www.rokarestaurant.com


DSEI 2017 WHERE TO EAT

CANARY WHARF

PAUL

Cuisine: French

France’s biggest café-patisserie

chain impresses with its excellent-quality

sweets and savouries,

mostly to take away. It is also the

best place to get an authentic

baguette sandwich in the area.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

RP 390, Cabot Place E14 5AB

Tel: 020 7519 1703

www.paul-uk.com

CRUSSH

Cuisine: Health

Healthy food on the go is the

promise of this friendly small group,

whose smoothies and juices are a

step up, also offering good salads

and very tasty stews.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

Unit 21, Jubilee Place E14 5AB

Tel: 020 7519 6427

www.crussh.com

IBÉRICA

Cuisine: Spanish

Fans of these bustling modern venues

say they offer a genuine taste

of Spain, unrecognisable as part of

a chain. For those in need of a taste

of home, you won’t find many better

in London.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

12 Cabot Square E14 4QQ

Tel: 020 7148 1565

www.ibericarestaurants.com

BURGER

& LOBSTER

Cuisine: International

This simple and well-executed concept

constantly receives plaudits.

The lobster offers great value for

money and the quality of the burger

matches it every step of the way.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

Hertsmere Rd E14 4AY

Tel: 020 3637 6709

www.burgerandlobster.com

RELAIS DE VENISE

L’ENTRECÔTE

Cuisine: French

Addictive steak, secret sauce and

fries is the winning formula of this

busy Gallic grill-house chain, whose

simple approach creates a fantastic

ambience.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

18-20 Mackenzie Walk E14 4PH

Tel: 020 3475 3331

www.relaisdevenise.com

WHERE TO EAT

BYRON

Cuisine: International

The styling of its individually-designed

branches are a cut above

other burger bars and has a huge

army of loyal fans who flock back

in their droves when they have a

burger craving.

Tube: 5 mins walk Canary Wharf

Cabot Place East, Second Floor

E14 4QT

Tel: 020 7719 0800

www.byronhamburgers.com


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DSEI 2017 WHERE TO EAT

CENTRAL LONDON

PERCY & FOUNDERS

Cuisine: British

A huge year-old pub dining

room and bar that occupies the

spacious ground floor of a Fitzrovia

development on the site of the old

Middlesex Hospital. Enjoy fantastic

grills set amidst a relaxed brasserie

fare.

Tube: 5 mins walk Goodge Street

1 Pearson Square W1W 7EY

Tel: 0203 761 0200

www.percyandfounders.co.uk

BEITEDDINE

Cuisine: Lebanese

Great food at reasonable prices

rests only a few yards from Sloane

Street. This friendly and reliable,

long standing Lebanese establishment

seems ever more like a

survivor from another age.

Tube: 5 mins walk Knightsbridge

8 Harriet St SW1X 9JW

Tel: 020 7235 3969

www.beiteddinerestaurant.com

OUTLAW’S AT THE CAPITAL

Cuisine: Seafood

Stunning fish and seafood presented

with panache wins huge acclaim for

remaining a hidden gem, so close to

the exuberance of Harrods. The ambience

of the smaller room is quiet,

dignified and reassuringly formal.

Top Tip – BYO with no corkage on

Thursdays.

Tube: 5 mins walk Knightsbridge

22-24 Basil St SW3 1AT

Tel: 020 7591 1202

www.capitalhotel.co.uk

THE LARDER

Cuisine: European

Open House launches a second

venture in Fitzrovia’s new Pearson

Square, an all-day café and food

store. Visitors can dine in or takeaway

a variety of artisan produce, like

Hedone’s famous sourdough bread

and cheese from La Fromagerie.

Tube: 5 mins walk Goodge Street

8 Pearson Square W1W 7EY

Tel: 0203 846 3200

www.thelarder.co.uk

THE GOOD EARTH

Cuisine: Chinese

A high-quality, family-owned

Chinese venue which has long been

known as a high-end treat. The

branch near Harrods is as popular

as ever, attracting diners from far

and wide.

Tube: 5 mins walk Knightsbridge

233 Brompton Rd SW3 2EP

Tel: 020 7584 3658

www.goodearthgroup.co.uk

WHERE TO EAT

WHERE THE

PANCAKES ARE

This pancake specialist, serving

all manner of sweet and savoury

stacks and blinis is situated just

south of Borough Market. On top

of the food offering, pancake lovers

can enjoy prosecco and craft ciders.

Tube: 5 mins walk London Bridge

68 Union Street SE1 1SG

Tel: 020 7407 8408

www.wherethepancakesare.com


DSEI 2017 WHERE TO EAT

CENTRAL LONDON

THE TABLE CAFÉ

Cuisine: British

The Table Cafe in Southwark is one

of the hidden gems of the South

Bank. The restaurant’s commitment

to impeccable sourcing and quality

British ingredients has been evident

since day one.

Tube: 5 mins walk Southwark

83 Southwark Street SE1 0HX

Tel: 0207 401 2760

www.thetablecafe.com

WHERE TO EAT

WRIGHT BROTHERS

Cuisine: Seafood

A terrific oyster selection, along

with its fabulous dressed crab and

superb mussels, are the stand out

features. Such are the fuss-free

delicacies at this extremely popular,

friendly and always buzzing seafood

specialist.

Tube: 5 mins walk Piccadilly Circus

13 Kingly St W1B 5PW

Tel: 020 7324 7731

www.thewrightbrothers.co.uk

‘O VER

Cuisine: Italian

This Neapolitan near Borough

Market uses pure sea water as

an ingredient in its wood fired

pizzas, fresh pasta and homemade

breads. The restaurant’s pizza chef,

Tommaso Mastromatteo, is also

a teacher at Associazione Verace

Pizza Napoletana.

Tube: 5 mins walk Southwark

44-46 Southwark Street SE1 1UN

Tel: 020 7378 9933

www.overuk.com

MARI VANNA

Cuisine: Russian

A genuine old-fashioned Russian

experience is to be had at this

beautifully decorated Knightsbridge

haunt. It offers fantastic value along

with a huge range of vodkas for the

connoisseur.

Tube: 5 mins walk Knightsbridge

116 Knightsbridge SW1X 7PJ

Tel: 020 7225 3122

www.marivanna.ru

LE GARRICK

Cuisine: French

Expect candles and inviting booths

in this quirky and romantic bistro in

the heart of Covent Garden. It offers

all round good value and works

perfectly as a handy pre-theatre

option.

Tube: 5 mins walk Covent Garden

10-12 Garrick St WC2E 9BH

Tel: 020 7240 7649

www.legarrick.co.uk

ENOTECA TURI

Cuisine: Italian

Giuseppe and Pamela Turi’s

stalwart offers a truly memorable

combination of beautifully cooked,

regional Italian cuisine and one of

London’s top Italian wine lists that is

about the size of the Encyclopaedia

Britannica.

Tube: 5 mins walk Sloane Square

87 Pimlico Road SW1W 8PH

Tel: 020 7730 3663

www.enotecaturi.com


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DSEI 2017 WHERE TO EAT

CENTRAL LONDON

SILK, COURTHOUSE HOTEL

Cuisine: Pan-Asian

Silk restaurant in London is the

culinary and architectural focal point

of the Courthouse Hotel, boasting

a history as rich and colourful as

its exotic menu. It is a London

fine-dining restaurant experience

with unique appeal, quite unlike any

other venue in central London.

Tube: 5 mins walk Oxford Circus

19-21 Gt Marlborough St W1F 7HL

Tel: 020 7297 5555

www.courthouse-hotel.com

BUMPKIN

Cuisine: British

There is rarely an ordinary day at

this rustically styled chain, where

the atmosphere is always lively,

serving up tasty and typically British

dishes.

Tube: 5 mins walk South Kensington

102 Old Brompton Rd SW7 3RD

Tel: 020 7341 0802

www.bumpkinuk.com

WHERE TO EAT

OLIVER MAKI

Cuisine: Japanese

The first London outpost of an

upmarket Middle Eastern-owned

sushi group comes to Soho. In

these two-floor premises you’ll find

former Nobu Las Vegas head Chef

Louis Kenji Huang heading up the

kitchen.

Tube: 5 mins walk Leicester Square

33 Dean Street W1D 4PW

Tel: 020 7734 0408

www.olivermaki.co.uk

COMO LARIO

Cuisine: Italian

A huge regular following of

well-heeled locals sustains this

old-school Italian, tucked away in a

side street close to Sloane Square;

the cooking is fantastic if you know

the right dishes.

Tube: 5 mins walk High St Kensington

18-22 Holbein Pl SW1W 8NL

Tel: 020 7730 2954

www.comolario.co.uk

SAKAGURA

Cuisine: Japanese

From the group behind Shoryu

ramen, a much higher-end venture

just off Regent Street with involvement

from sushi specialist The

Araki. It serves a southern Japanese

menu of Washoku, Hakata yakitori,

udon and soba noodles and sushi.

Tube: 5 mins walk Piccadilly Circus

8 Heddon Street W1B 4BU

Tel: 020 3405 7230

www.sakaguralondon.com

MIN JIANG, THE ROYAL

GARDEN HOTEL

Cuisine: Chinese

Sensational views set the scene at

this plush 8th-floor dining room,

which – with its fantastically fragrant

and subtle Chinese cuisine – offers

one of the capital’s best all-round

experiences.

Tube: 5 mins walk High St Kensington

2-24 Kensington High St W8 4PT

Tel: 020 7361 1988

www.minjiang.co.uk


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FEATURED EXHIBITORS

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Glenair STAR-PAN integrated power / data hubs feature low-profile

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DSEI 2017

FEATURED EXHIBITORS

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Stand No. N4-289

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Skylon East

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Stand No. S3-200


DSEI 2017

FEATURED EXHIBITORS

CH2M

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Stand No. N9-395

KIRINTEC

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Stand No. N6-381


DSEI 2017

FEATURED EXHIBITORS

EXCELITAS QIOPTIQ

Excelitas Qioptiq is the trusted supplier of surveillance

and target acquisition / engagement

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Stand No. S8-110

TEA HEADSETS

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TEA customers are at the forefront of

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Stand No. N3-660


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River

Woolwich

A13

Newham

City Farm

Reach

Thames

Flood Barrier

Visitor Centre

to A406 and M11

Sunborn

Yacht

Royal Victoria

Docks DLR London City Airport

Thames

Barrier

Park

ALBERT ROAD

Thames

Woolwich

Ferry

Royal Arsenal Gardens

Docklands

Equestrian

Centre

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Royal Observatory Greenwich

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BUGSBY’S WAY

Gipsy Moth

WOOLWICH

Cutty Sark DLR

for Maritime Greenwich

Westcombe

Park

Beachcomber Restaurant

Mogul

Café Sol

C R E E K R O A D

Greenwich

Playhouse

G R E E N W I C H H

Inside

Greenwich Pier

Cutty Sark

Gipsy Moth

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STRAIGHT SMO UT H

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Chapel

Tourist

Information The Painted

Hall

Charlton

Admiral Hardy Charlton FC

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Park entrance

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Observatory

SHOOTERS HILL ROAD

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West

Greenwich

Library

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Sir Walter Raleigh

COLLEGE

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Fan Museum

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Old Royal

Naval College

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House

Bar du Musée

R O O M S

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National

Maritime

Museum

Greenwich Theatre

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Park entrance

Trafalgar Tavern

Queens

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Rangers House

G REEN W IC H PARK ST

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Children’s

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Common

Maze Hill

One Tree

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Cemetery

WELL HALL ROAD

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Visiting DSEI 2017? Fly to ExCeL

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Air Line cable car, boarding at the

Greenwich Peninsula terminal, just a

short walk from North Greenwich tube

station (Jubilee Line).

The Emirates Air Line is London’s only cable car

and a must-do London experience, just 15 minutes

from Central London.

Spanning just over 1km across the Thames between the Greenwich

Peninsula (near The O2) and the Royal Docks (near ExCeL London)

it takes around 10 minutes for a single crossing and offers unique

views of the city. Passengers can enjoy spectacular views of the capital

including St Paul’s Cathedral, the Gherkin, Thames Barrier, Maritime Greenwich

and the Olympic Park as they fly 90 metres above the River Thames.

In-cabin ‘feature tours’ compliment the flight, charting the area’s vibrant history

through to the present day, including bold and exciting plans for the future -

allowing people to see and discover this area of London like never before. Each

of the 34 cabins can fit up to 8 passengers and services are fully accessible.

Enjoy a stunning night flight experience on Emirates Air Line. After 1900

each day, flight durations are extended to approximately 25 minutes (12-13

minutes each way) so you can enjoy an even more relaxing and inspiring trip

across the Thames. Discover a unique perspective of London’s captivating

night sky - including the reflections of the O2 and the awe-inspiring lights of

Canary Wharf. Music and video will further enhance your in-flight experience

at no additional charge.

JOINT TICKET PACKAGES

Exclusive joint packages to fly over and glide down the Thames have been created

through a partnership between the Emirates Air cable cars and Thames

Clippers river bus services. This provides options for a great day out for families

at fantastic value including ‘Roamer passes’ which feature a return on the

Emirates Air Line, with access to the Emirates Aviation Experience, and a river

pass for all day unlimited hop-on, hop-off travel to 15 piers along the Thames.

Cable car and river cruise joint tickets are available from the Thames

Clippers website: www.thamesclippers.com

EMIRATES CABLE CARS

OPENING TIMES & PRICES

Adult Ticket: From £3.50 per ticket

You can use your Oyster or contactless card to pay as you go, or buy

Emirates Air Line tickets at the terminals at either end, or in advance

at tfl.gov.uk/emiratesairline.

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