Stratford is a bustling district of London, and as such there are ample choices for food before and after the game. Many fans choose to go the Westfield Shopping Center as there are over 60 different restaurants and bars open all day serving great food. Restaurant inside Westfield include ‘Franco Manca’, a pizza restaurant serving meals from £4.50; ‘Wahaca’ offers Mexican food at reasonable prices with burritos starting at £6.40. Stratford is a multicultural melting pot, and aas such you can find cuisine ranging from Vietnamese at ‘Namo’ to Middle Eastern fare at ‘D’Gafe’. There is of course traditional pub food to be found at establishments such as ‘The Golden Grove’
Being the closest to the venue, “The Cow” also sells food, snacks and does a decent Sunday roast if you are there on the weekend and during the summer offers a BBQ menu. It is a post-match favorite and even offer half-time options and has a great London atmosphere. West Ham fans can benefit from food packages paying per head for groups of 10 or more that include steak, drinks and kick-off or half-time reserved seating and snacks.
For those choosing to eat after the match, booking is advisable as it fills up pretty quickly and you can expect to pay around £4 for a large portion of chips £12-£14 for a main meal and around £5.50 for dessert.
Forman’s is a nice option. Tucked away and hidden from the bustle of the main street, it’s a British seafood restaurant with only the freshest produce! Even better, the prices aren’t too expensive and it’s 5 minutes’ walk from the venue. They do carvings at the table and it is, all round, a superb experience.
I know that seafood isn’t for everyone, but there are loads of options in the Westfield Shopping Centre which is where plenty of fans choose to go, so if you’re more of a red meat person, or maybe looking for something Asiatic, you won’t go hungry!
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