King Edward VII

About King Edward VII

Built in the early 19th century and one of the oldest buildings in the area, the King Eddie (as it's affectionately known) looks like an old man's boozer from the outside. But inside it's comfy and has lots of period features, including wood paneling, church pew-style seating, fireplaces - all attracting a youngish crowd, especially on Thursdays; open mic night. The upstairs bar's been converted into a rustic-style restaurant with old farmhouse tables gathered beneath a sky light. The food's of the simple, seasonal 'best of British' sort, like grilled sea bass for two, wild rabbit, and honey roast pork belly. It's good stuff. Great beer menu too. It changes, but you'll usually find the likes of Timothy Taylor Landlord and Bombardier on draught.

Restaurant Menu


- Jerusalem artichoke soup £3.50
- Salad of leek & mustard greens soft boiled egg, green sauce £4.00
- English asparagus deep fried egg, morels, soft herbs £7.00
- Goat's cheese fritter tomato, rocket £5.50
- Crab on toast lemon & chives £5.50
- Oak smoked salmon warm Jersey Royals, chive crème fraiche £6.50

Main Course

- Pan fried bubble & squeak white sauce, rocket £7.50
- Plaice & chips salad leaves, tartare sauce
- Roast sea trout Jersey Royals, English asparagus £9.50
- Grilled sea bass for two spring onions, aioli £21.00
- Wild boar sausages & mash onion gravy £7.00
- Guinness braised beef champ potato £9.50
- Preserved duck leg fondant potato, spring greens, cider sauce £10.50
- Plate of New season lamb pan haggerty


All desserts are £4.50

- Home made caramel ice cream muscavado shortbread, coffee syrup
- Mrs Kirkham's cheese & home made Eccles cakes
- Chocolate orange pots white chocolate ice cream
- Rhubarb & ginger trifle
- Bread & butter parfait stewed red berries

Additional Information


47 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ

Nearest tube:


Average Price:

Under £24

Opening times:

Mon - Fri 12pm - 3pm and 5pm - 10pm
Sat 12pm - 10pm
Sun 12pm - 9pm

Dress Code: