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Best Food and Drink at Loftus Road?

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Charlotte
Charlotte

There are food and drinks available at the venue and alcohol is served but make sure to bring your ID! For away supporters there is a designated serving area in School End which is where the away supporters are seated. Here, you can expect to pay around £4-£4.20 for a pint, £1.50 for sweets and snacks, £2.10 for a cup of tea and around £3-£4 for a warm pie or sausage roll. Soft drinks and hot chocolate are also available for the kids before the match and also during half time. No bottles, class, alcohol or cans are to be brought into the stadium with you, bags are generally searched and you should probably leave snacks at home too.

If you are looking for a VIP experience, QPR offers a “C-Club” package that involves the best viewing padded seats, four course dining menu, complimentary bar, half-time drinks, hostesses and VIP parking for around £500 per person (so it’s not cheap but this is inclusive of tickets if that helps?).  For a cheaper alternative they also offer a lesser package in the W12 restaurant for £149 – £179 (dependent on the match category) that offers padded halfway line seats, three course meal, parking, refreshments at half time and a bar area and a QPR legend in attendance during the match.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Loftus Road is well priced for food and drink, considering its location in London’s city center. There are a variety of concourses and bars in the ground offering pies, hot dogs and burgers from £3.30-4.10. They also have good value meal deals, such as a Hot Dog and a pint of beer for £8 and a Pie and a beer for £7.20. There are restaurants inside the ground reserved for those who want hospitality packages. The W12 package remains ever popular and includes a 3 course meal, half a bottle of wine per person, half time refreshments as well as padded seats on the half way line. Prices for this start at £150.

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Safe to say, there aren’t many people raving about the catering at Loftus Road. It’s regularly described as overpriced and low quality. Away fans cannot purchase alcohol either. I recommend eating in advance of the game, and maybe bringing a few snacks with you from home!

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