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Eating and drinking at Westfield

Whether you need a quick snack or a hearty meal, Westfield London, Shepherd’s Bush and Westfield Stratford City have a great range of culinary options

By Time Out in association with Westfield
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At Westfield centres, there’s a choice of food to suit all tastes and ages. From shoppers in need of a refuel before the next bout of bargain hunting to exhausted families craving a meal at the end of the day, all tastes are catered for.

Exquisite Thai dishes, zesty pizza and sophisticated tapas are just three of the many great options available, so the only difficulty will be deciding what to eat.




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Wahaca

Low-key Mexican dining full of fresh zingy seasonal flavours, inspired by the superlative cuisine of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. Sample some authentic street snacks or stay for a hearty meal, but don’t leave without trying a proper mezcal margarita – the quickest way to get a culinary party started.


Wahaca has a restaurant at Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City

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Cabana

Think the Australians are the world barbecue chieftans? You’ve obviously never been to Brazil, where they take the business of grilling meat very seriously indeed. Cabana at Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City offers informal dining at its best, with big chunky skewers sizzling over open grills, making it almost impossible to walk past. Take our recommendation, and don’t.

More details on Cabana at Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City




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Franco Manca

The original Brixton branch of this buzzy pizzeria is regarded by many, including Time Out’s food editor, as the best pizza joint in town. They’ve exported their Neapolitan pizzas – crisp, lightweight sourdough bases, bubbling with zesty toppings – and their top-quality locally sourced produce and authentic Italian techniques to Westfield Stratford City. Call in for a slice of fragrant Naples – you haven't had pizza in London until you’ve had Franco Manca.

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The Real Greek

This boutique chain started in Hoxton in 1999, delivering a modern riff on traditional Greek sharing dishes. They now have six lively, relaxed eateries across the city, with branches at both Westfield London, Shepherd’s Bush and Westfield Stratford City. Try a more sociable style of dining with meze spreads that everyone can get involved in.




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Gourmet Burger Kitchen

The appetite for quality American food in the capital shows no sign of being sated, and there’s no more satisfying dish than a properly made burger made from West Country beef. Restore your powers after a full-on shopping session with a bit of substance. Bonus fact: three chaps from New Zealand set up Gourmet Burger Kitchen in 2001, kicking off London’s current craze for prime-quality burgers.


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Tapas Revolution

Small plates are more popular than ever on the dining scene in London. But if you want to taste proper tapas, you have to order them from a Spaniard. Founder Omar Allibhoy is often dubbed the Jamie Oliver of Spain, and his cheerily painted restaurant and laid-back dining style make it easy to see why. The Westfield London branch of Tapas Revolution is the only Allibhoy outpost in the capital, so drop in for some Spanish soul food while you’re there.

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Busaba Eathai

Serving up a modern take on informal Thai dining, Busaba Eathai offers a stylish, sociable setting and fragrant, filling food. Our food reviewers loved the Thai-style calamari, the prawn and pomelo salad with proper betel leaves and the morning glory with yellow bean, garlic and chilli. Don’t miss their fragrant perfumed teas and freshly made fruit drinks.


Find Busaba Ethai at Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City

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Comptoir Libanais

Comptoir Libanais opened its first charming canteen-style eatery in central London in 2011. If you’ve ever eaten at one of the Lebanese restaurants along the Edgware Road, you’ll be familiar with the sociable cuisine of mezes, salads and meats. The branches at Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City offer laid-back dining and delicious spiced meats, chick pea dips, salads and wraps – great food to share, snack on or take away with you.

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Pinkberry

Shots of celebrities strolling in the LA sunshine tend to have one thing in common – and it’s not a Scientology manual. Pinkberry is the hugely popular US frozen yoghurt chain responsible for keeping the beautiful people cool all year round, and its only east London branch is at Westfield Stratford City. Tarter than ice cream, and healthier (it's non-fat or low-fat and sweetened with agave), Pinkberry frogurt tastes utterly indulgent, but is gloriously guilt-free. Whether you keep it that way is up to you – it comes with your choice of toppings, from nuts and berries to cookies and brownies.

Find Pinkberry at Westfield Stratford City

Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs at Café Football

Café Football

Former teammates Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs have opened their new restaurant, Café Football at Westfield Stratford City. Feeding a love of food and football, the restaurant will capture authentic football culture, with hints of the great game running throughout the menu and décor.

The menu has been created by two Michelin star chef Michael Wignall in collaboration with Café Football’s executive chef Brendan Fyldes. Dishes will see traditional produce transformed into something extraordinary, while each dish on the menu will contain its own nod to football. Football fans and foodies alike will be able to enjoy a menu that captures the essence of the beautiful game.

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