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A locals' guide to West Ham

"Stratford has become a shopping destination after the construction of the Westfield shopping centre."

Simon Hart

"'Robert' the steam engine was restored for the 2012 Olympics and has become a permanent fixture outside Stratford Station."

Joshua Mugume

"The continued regeneration of the East of London since the Olympic games make Stratford a clever choice for homeowners wanting to purchase in the right spot, at the right time..."

Joshua Mugume

What is your favourite place?

Where do West Ham locals go?

iFratelli

Traditional fish and chips and authentic pizza served in this Italian family-run takeaway.

Sawmill Cafe

Great cakes and coffee.

The Pie Crust Cafe

A family business, absolutely delicious Thai food and great prices.

Print House

A Shorditch-y looking bar on Stratford's High Street next to the water. If you want to have a drink with friends where you can actually hear them talk, this is the place!

Golden Grove

Really convenient for work and the service is great too!

London Aquatics Centre

London Aquatics Centre is the most technologically advanced and stunning swimming facility in the world and part of the 2012 London Olympic legacy.

The ArcelorMittal Orbit

Britain's largest piece of art, you can buy tickets to go up and view London from the top, as well as abseil down and hire it out for private events.

ArcelorMittal Orbit Slide

On the doorstep of Victoria Park and Stratford within the Olympic Park - the world's tallest tunnel slide. Not your average Helter Skelter and not for the faint hearted!

Stoney Hill

Pound for pound the best Caribbean food in the area and great value for money!

Stoney Hill

Looking for authentic Caribbean cuisine? Stoney Hill offers fresh carnival food whether you're looking for a takeaway or a quiet, intimate restaurant setting. Only 10 minutes walk from Westfield Stratford!

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

The perfect place to play outdoor games with kids or friends, have a romantic picnic or for a good cardio workout - amazing scenery of both nature and modern architecture.

Pie Republic

Great traditional pie and mash.

Vijay's Chawalla

A down to earth vegetarian Indian restaurant, with tasty, inexpensive, healthy and authentic food.

Neighbourhood

A fashionable pub serving craft beers and food from breakfast through to dinner.

MILKMADE

Fantastic addition to the multitude of independent stores and restaurants in E20, an area that is fast becoming the snazziest place in East London. You won't regret dropping in for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Stratford, Plaistow, Upton, Maryland, Bow, Upton Park, Forest Gate, Plashet, Poplar and Victoria Park

What do you love about West Ham?

Why do you find West Ham a great place to live?

Local resident

"Great transport links, close proximity to good shops and nice neighbours. "

June 2015

Local resident

"West Ham, Plaistow and Stratford are all great areas to invest in property. It is so cheap at the moment but you can tell it won't last. There are some lovely Victorian houses and terraces in these areas that are just waiting to be developed! But they won't be around forever! Now is the time to get in and buy!!!"

October 2011

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"Until 2010, Greenford was the only station on the Underground network with an escalator up to platform level. There is now a small escalator in the central line part of Stratford Station."

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  1. About West Ham

    West Ham is in the London Borough of Newham in London. In the west it is a post-industrial neighbourhood abutting the site of the London Olympic Park and in the east it is mostly residential, consisting of Victorian terraced housing interspersed with higher density post-War social housing. The place lends its name to West Ham United F.C. West Ham is located 6.1 miles (9.8 km) east of Charing Cross. West Ham station on Manor Road is served by the London Underground Jubilee, Hammersmith and City and District lines; the National Rail c2c services; and the Docklands Light Railway. Plaistow and Stratford stations are also close by. Post-industrial land and a network of waterways separate West Ham from Bromley-by-Bow. To the north and east the area bleeds into Stratford and Plaistow, with Canning Town to the south. The array of transport available which links West Ham to the rest of the City of London has made West Ham a sought after location to reside in.

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