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O2 ArenaO2 Arena The largest single-roofed building in the world – tall enough to accommodate Nelson’s Column. 
Restaurants in London
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Amata in London Amata £££££Millwall
An expensive pizzeria in Manchester Road, less than ¾ mile away from O2 Arena, with a bar.
Collin Brown in London Collin Brown 
A Caribbean restaurant in , approximately half-a-mile away.
Feng Sushi in London Feng Sushi £££Canary Wharf
A mid-cost Japanese restaurant in Trafalgar Way, approx one mile away, with delivery and a takeaway service.
Il Bianco in London Il Bianco £££££Isle of Dogs
An expensive Italian restaurant in Isle of Dogs, approximately half-a-mile away. It has vegetarian dishes.
Jamie's Italian in London Jamie's Italian £££££Canary Wharf
An expensive Italian restaurant in Churchill Place, approx one mile away, with conservatory and sells vegetarian dishes.
Madina Grill in London Madina Grill Poplar
A Turkish restaurant at 263 East India Dock Road, around one mile from O2 Arena.
Memsaheb in London Memsaheb Millwall
An Indian restaurant in Amsterdam Road, less than ¾ mile away from O2 Arena with vegetarian options. Memsaheb's vers... more
Prezzo in London Prezzo £££Greenwich
A mid-cost Italian restaurant in Greenwich, roughly ¾ miles away. Prezzo serve a variety of authentic Italian dishes... more
Rocket Restaurant in London Rocket Restaurant £££££Canary Wharf
An expensive Italian restaurant in Churchill Place, approx one mile away, with a bar, conservatory, live music and sells... more
Saikei in London Saikei Greenwich
A Chinese restaurant at 85 Bugsby's Way, around one mile from O2 Arena.
Sichuan Kitchen in London Sichuan Kitchen Poplar
A Chinese restaurant in East India Dock Road, approx one mile away.
Super Three in London Super Three Poplar
A Chinese restaurant at 207-209 East India Dock Road, around one mile from O2 Arena.
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