Ever since the Olympics finished there has been constant development going on in Stratford, and one of the latest projects is The Pavilion. The building, made almost completely from sustainable timber, will be opening at the entrance to the Olympic Park and it’s going to house a mammoth new restaurant from the D&D group (who also run the likes of German Gymnasium, 14 Hills, Launceston Place and Bluebird).
Haugen, named after unsung Olympic skier Anders Haugen, will take inspo from Alpine dining, meaning dishes like mountain fondue served with sourdough & new potatoes, tartiflette, raceltte, Vienna schnitzel warm potato salad & lingonberries, chickpea & lentil burger in a Brezel bun, apple strudel, sachertorte, and Schwarzwälder cherry vinegar sorbet with Kirsch cream & chocolate mousse.
And it’s going to be a massive space with a capacity of 544 across a ground floor cafe and brasserie, a terrace complete with faux fur throws and heaters, a first floor restaurant, and an apres-ski inspired rooftop bar serving glühwein, and schnapps, so you shouldn’t have any trouble in getting a table when it opens.
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Opens Weds 15th September 2021
The Pavilion, 9 Endeavour Square, Stratford, London, E20 1JN