• A collection of Giant Robotimages
  • A collection of Giant Robotimages
  • A collection of Giant Robotimages
  • A collection of Giant Robotimages
  • A collection of Giant Robotimages
  • A collection of Giant Robotimages
  • A collection of Giant Robotimages

Street Feast’s brand new, seven-day-a-week eating and drinking rooftopia, Giant Robot, has landed at Crossrail Place.

Hop off the Jubilee Line or the DLR and wind your way through London’s biggest roof garden into this mega street food mothership for food, booze and panoramic views. You can enjoy some of Street Feast’s favourite traders plus brilliant bars every day from 11am.

Yum Bun: Yum Bun’s fluffy bao buns are stuffed with delicious fillings, including slow-roasted pork belly or crispy tofu with black bean and garlic mayo. Make sure you try their Yumplings – fresh steamed pork or mushroom dumplings with spicy sauces – or upgrade with an epic Sharing Platter.

Thunderbird: Wing kings Thunderbird are pulling out all the stops at Giant Robot – try their famous fiery Chipuffalo Wings with a side of Angry Fries, but don’t leave without digging into the Fried Chicken Bucket – a MOUNTAIN of tender chicken in a perfectly crispy coating, on a bed of fries.

Burger & Beyond: Burger & Beyond bring their mega hand pressed burgers to Giant Robot. Don’t miss their MAGNIFICENT meaty menu featuring 90-day aged prime beef patties with cuts of chuck, prime rib and sirloin, Waffle Fries, and Parmesan and Bacon Tater Tots.

Laffa: Perfect for a fresh and healthy Levantine lunch. Dig into the Hummus Bowl topped with slow-cooked lamb or the Jerusalem Spiced Chicken Mezze Box with wild rice, tahini, harissa and sumac ‘slaw. They also serve their awesome trio of stuffed Pitas – don’t miss the Aubergine and Goats Cheese with a side of crispy Halloumi Fries.

Thirsty? The Island Bar has a cocktail menu featuring over 30 original Street Feast serves alongside classic cocktails. Click here to download the Island Bar Cocktail Menu Or check out The Container Bar with over 60 different types of beers – including 38 on tap.