Food & Drink
Three bars, two restaurants,
Watch the world go by over brunch on the terrace at The Stratford Brasserie. Share some classic cocktails and inventive small plates at The Mezzanine. Or take the private lift to Allegra for a night to remember.
THE STRATFORD BRASSERIE
Uniting locals, guests and residents over coffee, cocktails and light, relaxed dishes, The Stratford Brasserie is unlike anything in Stratford – a sprawling, vibrant space featuring an open kitchen, bar, lounge, outdoor terrace and art installation called ‘Murmuration’ by Paul Cocksedge.
The seasonal menu, by Ben Harrington, formerly of Soho House, is characterised by local produce and European influences, blending classic brasserie staples with a touch of the unexpected. Open all day, seven days a week.
Level 7 belongs to Allegra, a destination restaurant by former Chiltern Firehouse Head Chef, Patrick Powell, blending modern European cuisine with authentic old-school hospitality. Allegra is bordered by The Highline, a sprawling garden terrace offering intimate dining space overlooking Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Designed by Space Copenhagen, the duo behind the legendary NOMA, Allegra offers a high-end dining experience stripped of pretension and alive with intrigue.
By day, The Mezzanine is a lounge and bar for guests and residents to work, relax and connect overlooking the dynamic triple-height lobby and brasserie below.
By night, the curtains are drawn and the music ramps up as The Mezzanine transforms into a private club for east London’s creative set.
Manhattan Loft Gardens is a 42-storey skyscraper where each interaction and every conversation counts. Its unique architectural composition, by iconic high-rise specialists SOM, delivers distinct spaces to connect, collaborate and belong.