Over in Stratford, one of the biggest selling points of the new Allegra restaurant at The Stratford was its beautiful seventh floor terrace. But the restaurant, which opened at the end of last summer, hasn't properly had a chance to showcase this space to guests yet.
Thankfully, come 10 July, that's all about to change. That's when they're opening their large terraced area and - best of all - they'll be
Patrick Powell's Allegra is back in Stratford - with a difference. Obviously you can't head up to their restaurant on the 7th floor just yet, so they've come back down to the ground to team up with The Stratford restaurant that's in the same building
Powell himself will be in charge of the pizza oven on the terrace where they'll be serving up Roman-style pizzas, including a margherita, chorizo &
It seems like Stratford is becoming the new go-to place for big new restaurants. We've had the success of Patrick Powell's Allegra and there's the upcoming The Gantry
With Allegra at The Stratford getting such good reviews, the owners of new Stratford spot The Gantry London will be hoping for similar success.
They're planning on opening their new hotel, complete with sky bar, later this year, which will be part of the Curio Collection (a Hilton offshoot that also includes The Trafalgar and Lincoln Plaza). The 18 storey building, which was built by Ardmore who also did The Ned and Corinthia
Taking over the seventh floor of The Straford, this high rise restaurant sees the former Head Chef of Chiltern Firehouse launch his solo vision in East London.
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The former head chef of Chiltern Firehouse is moving up in the world, literally. He's opening this seventh-floor restaurant with sky garden in The Stratford in, yes, Stratford.
Omar Allibhoy is back in East London with the latest Tapas Revolution. This time around, there will be a lot of paella on the menu - and "Press for Cava" buttons.
You might have tried their food at Market Hall Victoria or Old Spitalfields Market, but Flank's next move is to take on a long term residency in East London at The Print House in Stratford.
Flank is all about nose-to-tail eating and cooking over fire and Flank OG, which will be in Stratford, expands their offering to more of a small plates game. From a quick look at what's on their launch menu, it definitely sounds worth checking out.
The Stratford Brasserie second restaurant to be announced in the fancy The Stratford building. It's an all-day brasserie that should have a very impressive look - coupled with an enviable outside space.
The ever-popular Tonkotsu are expanding again, with their eighth London site scheduled for Stratford this at the end of July. Expect the usual signature homemade noodle ramen, gyoza and Japanese sides, alongside a selection of craft beer, sake and cocktails.
Much-loved restaurant Racine may not have found a new permanent spot yet, but if you're still suffering from withdrawal symptoms caused by its closure, then there's an upcoming chance to get a new fix.
Harris is popping up at Darkhorse in Stratford for one night only and that menu (paired with Darkhorse wines) includes:
Updated 7/9/16 with opening date and launch offer
If you've had a fried chicken craving while shopping in Westfield Stratford, then this could be just the thing for you. Bird are opening their fourth restaurant there - on the first-floor food court area (taking over the spot from Chip and Fish). There, you can expect their usual buttermilk fried chicken, chicken burgers as well as the pictured chicken and waffles. And expect their