Westfield Stratford City
Plan your day out at Westfield Stratford City
You can easily make a day of it at Westfield Stratford City. As well as featuring over 250 stores, there are more than 80 places to eat and drink. You can also go bowling or catch the latest blockbuster movie at the 17-screen Vue cinema.
Covering an amazing 177,000 square metres, Westfield has a range of shops that's simply mind-boggling. As well as flagship stores such as John Lewis and M&S, there are exclusive outlets for leading global fashion brands, including Levi's, Adidas, Calvin Klein, DKNY, Gant, Hollister, Lacoste, Timberland and Tommy Hilfiger. Technology and entertainment are also well catered for with Apple, Sky and Virgin Media stores, as well as a selection of mobile phone and video game shops. And then there's the Village, home to 35 world-class luxury stores, including Prada, Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo and more.
The centre opens from 10am to 9pm on Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 9am on Saturdays and 12pm to 6pm on Sundays.Visit the Westfield website
If all that shopping leaves you in need of a refresher, Westfield has plenty of places to rest your legs and enjoy a reviving tea, coffee or soft drink. M&S has a café and there are two Starbucks outlets, one on the ground floor and one on the lower ground floor. Taiwanese T4 offers a mouth-watering range of teas, including fragrant fruit infusions, while Boost is the place to go for fresh juices and smoothies. Alternatively, why not treat yourself at Searcy's Champagne Bar? Their decadent afternoon tea menu includes sandwiches, scones, jam, clotted cream, sweet treats and, of course, a glass of fizz.
With everything from Brazilian barbecue to Caribbean cuisine, Westfield has a world of choice, whether you’re in the mood for a light lunch or a three-course dinner. There are popular chains such as Nando's, Giraffe, the Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Jamie's Italian, as well more exotic establishments, including Mezze for authentic Lebanese cooking, Busaba Eathai for Thai treats and YO! Sushi for a taste of Tokyo. Fancy something a bit different? Head for Westfield's biggest and liveliest bar, the Bat and Ball. Serving great pizzas and craft beers, it also has a dozen championship ping pong tables for you to play on before, after or maybe even during your meal.
Westfield is quite simply take-away heaven. As well as the old favourites such as KFC, McDonald's and Subway, there are loads of other options, from Mr Pretzels to the Potbelly Sandwich Shop, a Chicago icon. There's also plenty of world-class street food on offer, including Japanese delicacies at Umai, Caribbean jerk cooking at Rhythm Kitchen and Chinese chow at Lotus Leaf. As for something sweet, the KitKat Chocolatory offers you a chance to create your very own Kitkat bar with your choice of luxury topping.
|Staffing level||Full time|
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|Oyster cards issued here||Yes|
|Top up Oyster cards here||Yes|
|Use Oyster cards here||Yes|
|Smartcards issued here||No|
|Top up Smartcards here||No|
|Validate Smartcards here||Yes|
Tickets can be collected onto Greater Anglia smartcards at this station.
|First class lounge opening times||No|
|Seated area available||Yes|
|Waiting room opening times||No|
|Station buffet available||Yes|
|Station buffet information||Coffee shops|
|Toilets information||(Tube Remit). Accessible toilets are available.|
|Baby changing facilities available||Yes|
|WiFi information||Find WiFi Hotspots around Stratford (London) station|
|Post box available||No|
|Post box information||Outside the station - Stratford Centre|
|Tourist information office available||No|
|Bureau de change available||No|
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|Helpline contact details||
Note: 0343 222 1234
|Customer help points available||Yes|
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|Induction loop available||Yes|
|Accessible ticket machines available||Yes|
|Accessible booking office counter available||Yes|
|Ramp for train access available||Yes|
|Accessible taxis information||
Details of nearest taxis are shown on station information poster
|National key toilets available||Yes|
|Step free access coverage||Whole station|
|Step free access information||
Lift access available to all platforms.
|Ticket gates exist||Yes|
|Impaired mobility set down available||Yes|
|Cycle storage available||Yes|
|Cycle storage number of spaces||200|
|Cycle storage sheltered||Yes|
|Cycle storage CCTV||Yes|
|Cycle storage location||Note that these are Council-owned cycle racks, located outside the front of the station|
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Rail replacement bus services (for Greater Anglia, London Overground, and TfL Rail) will depart from bus stop W at Stratford City bus station (near Westfield entrance).
|Bus services available||Yes|
|Bus services information||
Transport for London buses operate from outside the station
Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here
|Metro services available||Yes|
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London Underground Central Line and Jubilee Lines and Docklands Light Railway.
Offers, events and days out in and around Westfield Stratford CitySee more...
An Evening Of Marvin GayeWayne Hernandez and a live band pay tribute to the soul superstar, performing the hits including How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You), Ain't That Peculiar, I Heard It Through The Grapevine, What's Going On and Let's Get It On.
EquusPeter Shaffer's psychological thriller exploring complex relationships between devotion, myth and sexuality re-imagined by award-winning theatre director Ned Bennett.
Ian McKellen On StageThe legendary actor celebrates his 80th birthday with a one-man tour-de-force entitled Tolkien, Shakespeare, Others And You, which incorporates a reflection on his life and career, excerpts of his stage and screen performances and audience participation. Directed by Sean Mathias.
Noye's FluddeIt is based on the 15th-century Chester "mystery" or "miracle" play which recounts the Old Testament story of Noah's Ark. Britten specified that the opera should be staged in churches or large halls, not in a theatre.
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