Opened in 2013, Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville’s Café Football is a truly unique concept, built around a menu inspired by food from the football terraces.
With signature dishes, like The Boss Burger and the Café Football Sausage Roll, which restaurant critic Jay Rayner described as “shockingly good”, the menu captures the essence of the beautiful game.
To complement the menu, there are more than 20 wines from 10 different countries to choose from, together with a range of hand-selected international craft beers, including the specially brewed CF Beer, while visitors to Café Football can sip signature cocktails designed by expert mixologists.
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146 The Street WestfieldLondonE20 1EN
Great bar. It's very well spaced out, the staff are lovely and the music is chilled. There are tvs around the place so good view from anywhere, not that I went to watch them. 2 pints for £7 is great for London. Great outside area to watch the world go by. Recommend this bar if you're in the area.more
Food is good, but not great to watch sports. Plenty of screens, but very small ones and awkwardly located.
To summarize i would recommend for food only, but then there are nicer places to dine out.more
Came here for beers, burgers and football and overall was a bit underwhelmed.
Burgers were ok but no more.
Service was very friendly but very slow and unprofessional.
Screens for football are poorly placed and do not make eating and watching easy.
Overall a bar far more than a restaurantmore
As a proud Mancunian, and Man United fan, I've been wanting to get myself down to Cafe Football (jointly owned by the legends that are Gary Neville & Ryan Giggs) since I first heard of its existence a couple of years ago. I'm happy to say, I've finally had that chance, and whilst not perfect, was definitely a great experience.
I'll start off with the bad - I'd always imagined it as a...more
What a pleasant surprise. We were taking our daughters to an event at the Olympic park and needed lunch. Cheekily trying to catch some football so steered the family thusly to Cafe Football. I expected to be apologising later but in reality we had a very pleasant time. Televisions everywhere... Proper bar... And while the menu is limited... Everything was very good.more