Allegra looks like the kind of restaurant that Bond would drink martinis in after getting some false intel that Goldfinger was seen hiding out in Westfield Stratford. On the 7th floor of upmarket hotel The Stratford, this restaurant, bar, and sky terrace is one part warmth, two parts flashy with a menu full of things like beetroot tartare, Scottish lobster, smoked aubergine agnolotti, and fig leaf ice cream. It’s a big space that’s perfect for a sophisticated business meal or an outdoor date over green chilli and citrus gin cocktails in the summer.
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