Bar 1802 is particularly interesting, not so much for the food, the drink or the service - all of which are standard for this part of Docklands - but for the adaptation of the old warehouse. The space next door is the excellent Museum of the Docklands, and Bar 1802 is connected to the Museum.
It cost over $500,000 to create the restaurant, which like so many London restaurants these days, becomes a bar in the evenings. It's more spacious than the average London restaurant, and is much brighter inside than the small windows might suggest, although if the weather is good, most would probably prefer to sit outside.
The adaptation, fortunately, left out the obvious trick of laying on lots of nautical paraphernalia, but you still know and feel that this is a historical building.