And lobster would be proud of his/her funeral if it could see how they where cooked and served on the beautiful platter, garnished with a lovely side salad butter, and chips, in an instagram looking presentation that simply forces you to pull our your phone and start taking photos. Last night we feasted on Lobster at the @bigeasylondon in Canary Wharf. Bottle upon bottle of drinks that make you feel slightly tipsy at the sight of the extensive selection.

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This place is so nice #travelbloggers #cocktails #macarons #scones #presecco #cakes #funtimes #photooftheday #friends #goodtimes A photo posted by Follow My Clues (@followmyclues) on And if its a lunch date, you cannot go wrong with the scrumptious Afternoon Tea... A room like no other at Canary Wharf, evoking a time of the East and West India Trading companies in the early 17th century and rum running in the Caribbean.

This fun and opulent 26 seat private dining room has been lovingly hand crafted to echo the panelled dining rooms of the tall ships and officer’s cabins of the East and West India Trading Companies at the turn of the 17th century.

There is unashamedly more than a touch of Captain Jack Sparrow!

The beautiful shack like venue will make your shoulders relax and you wine and dine on date night or with friends.

Not pretentious in its approach, the Big Easy feels sleek yet not posh, amazing value for money yet not cheap and overall a fantastic dinning experience for anyone who isn't expecting a Michelin style restaurant.

So relaxed is the Big Easy, that as you sit down and order your drinks and meal your shoulder will relax and you might find yourself popping back there, one, too many times and the staff end up knowing you by first name, which can cause problems on date night when your date asks 'how often do you come here?

' And you say 'Oh not much' and they say 'so how does everyone know your name, do you bring all your dates here?

' Your shoulders start getting tense all over again, literally moments after you relaxed them in the Big Easy.

Swiftly moving on, you look at the menu and ask 'have you seen anything you like on the menu yet?