Compared to other grounds, London Stadium has some of the best food and drink options in the country. Its concourses are filled with over 20 bars offering alcoholic and soft drinks, as well as 12 bars that pride themselves on serving real ale sourced by the club itself. Food options are varied and there is a host of different choices. From grill kiosks offering up burgers, chicken wraps and sausages to street food booths serving burritos, stir frys and carved meat sandwiches; there is something for everyone – even for those with a sweet tooth, with doughnuts and other treats available. You will pay more for the food and the surroundings however, there are reduced prices and great deals in the ‘Hammer Happy Hour’, which is the first hour that the turnstiles are open. You can also get meal deals such as a ‘Pie and a Pint’ for £8.50 or ‘Nacho’s and a soft drink’ for £7.30.
There is a massive selection of food and drink available at the stadium for everyone to suit an array of tastes and since there are over 20 bars and kiosks serving beer, cider, real ales and wines around the stadium, some of which is sourced by their local brewery you are definitely not going to go thirsty (although you should always take your ID to purchase.) Price-wise, Coffee is around £2.60, Soft drinks are around £2.30, Beer costs around £4.20 and although there is free fountain water if you want it bottle it will cost around £1.60.
There are also express bar options for those looking for light refreshments who are not looking to queue which helps to relieve some match day frustration and the food on offer at the array of kiosks will go down a treat. The food served in the stadium includes: burgers, award winning sausages, chicken wraps, carved meat sandwiches, traditional and German hot dogs, chili beef, sweet treats and snacks, burritos and stir-frys. Food is available from 3-10pm on the day and they all accept cards, cash and apple pay. It is important to note that there are no cashpoints or ATM’s in the stadium so you will have to get some before you go in but other payment methods are accepted.
Alcohol is served in the stadium, but at ludicrously high prices. We’re talking £5 for a pint of Amstel and just slightly less for a bottle of Fosters or Strongbow. The quality of the food isn’t bad, but £9 for fish and chips is pretty off the charts. It’s the usual matchday menu, but you might be worth eating a good meal at home and just snacking during the game!
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