Beside the Olympic Stadium in London, The Cow Westfield is a superb example of the traditional British pub. Classic, hearty dishes are served alongside international twists, and a wide-ranging drinks menu.<br/><br/>Classic pub décor is combined with more contemporary styles, and live DJs on a Saturday evening add to the lively ambience.
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Montfichet RoadLondonE20 1GL
- +44 (0)20 8291 8644
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Large bar which opens up at the front, nice touch in warm weather. There is a table tennis table that you can use in an undelivered area.
Bar choice is large with some nice real ales and a variety of lagers plus proper cider. They also wines and cocktails some cocktail creations are on display.
Never eaten here but menu for gluten free is limited although some specials do appear to be...more
On Sunday Funday, I can usually be found seeking out a delicious eggs benedict or florentine. While killing time before heading to the airport in the afternoon, we decided to hit "The Cow" for some brunch/lunch fare. I was thrilled upon seeing both on the menu - when that happens I am always very conflicted (For conflict resolution - see "Little Collins" review), and well, that was just...more
As it's the only "pub" in Westfield's now i only go there because of the location. There's not really an atmosphere. The seating is set up really awkwardly. And uncomfortable. It also includes one of my biggest pet peeves - the female toilets are upstairs! This is never fair. Women wear heels. AND if you do sit on the 1st floor, you're stuck having to carry drinks up from the bar on the ground...more
I really like this pub. I've been on many occasions now and like the layout of the place, the atmosphere and it's location. It is a little expensive but that's to be expected in Westfield so I font really mind. There is a nice seating area outside for smokers and sunny days.
However, one thing that annoys me and is the reason I am only giving the Cow three stars is the staff. Going by the...more
Not bad for a pub situated in the middle of the Westfield shopping madness. It has three levels with a bar on the ground floor, comfy seats (and a fire!!) on the first floor, and more seats and a restaurant at the top, with nice views over Stratford (well...as nice as the view can be in Stratford; we could see Canary Wharf.)
The staff seemed friendly, if a little dappy. We ordered two...more