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KidRated’s Westfield Stratford City Top Tips:

  • Head to John Lewis’ viewing deck for the best views of the Olympic Park!
  • Combine your trip with a visit to the ArcelorMittal Orbit
  • West Londoners, check out our review of Westfield White City

Westfield Stratford is London’s second Westfield centre, built as part of the Stratford City development project. It has a range of exciting stores and restaurants to visit, as well as being a great viewing point from which to view the incredible Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.


The centre caters to a variety of markets. Its clothing stores range from high-street favourites such as H&M to designer brands such as Fred Perry and Hugo Boss. However, Westfield provides much more than just clothing. Toyshops, opticians, shoes and electronic shops are among the many other types of stores available to meet your needs.


Dining in Westfield is almost as important as shopping! With over 60 places to eat and drink there is sure to be something to suit your taste! Whether you just want to grab a coffee at Caffe Nero, have  a pint at the Cow or spice it up at Royal Indian Delicacies, Westfield Stratford has lots on offer. Restaurants serving halal meat are indicated on the website.


Extend your exciting day out even further by heading to Westfield Stratford’s All Star Lanes Bowling or Vue Cinema! Frequent visitors will also love its Kids Club’s special offers and discounts for children.





Westfield Stratford City
E20 1EJ

Phone number:

+44 (0)208 221 7300


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  1. Rebecca Denton

    Went to Santa’s Grotto at Westfield Stratford.

    Tickets were £16 for me and a 1.5 year old. We played a game on an ipad. Then watched a video featuring shrek while we sat in a sleigh (designed to look like we were flying to the north pole – quite cute but my kid got scared).

    Then we were invited to play another video game while we waited to see Santa. This video game was all about personalising a gingerbread men which – surprise surprise – we could buy at the end of our visit.

    Santa gave us a present which was a Shrek headband, then we were done.

    No cameras allowed.

    £8.00 for a photo of you with Santa.

    A total rip off and waste of time.

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