pergola on the roof

I was invited to head down
to Pergola on the roof and try some tasty food. First of all Pergola on the roof is located on the roof of the iconic Television Centre you know the place that was home to the BBC back in the day so that was pretty cool also its just opposite Westfield which is pretty handy after a
little bit of Christmas shopping to pop up and chill, the vibe of the
restaurants reminded me of the pop up and street style food you would
find in the hipper parts of east London, which I always enjoy when I’m
in that part of town. Pergola is only temporary for the winter season up
until 23rd December so book a table now if you want to experience it.

The food itself there were 4 restaurants to choose from Doing a wide
range of wraps, dips, burgers and chips, I opted for the falafel wrap
with spicy hummus as it probably wasn’t the best time to go back to
being vegan, but the wrap was made quickly and tasted amazing alongside
triple cooked fries it was pretty adorable and tasty,  if you’re a meat
lover they have a lot on the menu that seemed to be hitting it off with
the other party goers.

The only thing that I had wished it had had, was a bar that was selling
more then mulled wine as a hot beverage, it was too chilly up on the
roof but I do love a good cuppa or coffee when I’m in such a cosy
environment, other then that pergola was a pretty fab place to hang out
with friends and grab a bite.

I loved the decorations and it did feel very cosy and very Christmassy,
and the atmosphere was friendly as the tables sit around 10 people you
can keep yourself to yourself or you can chat away to the others around
you. All in all the food was beautiful and the surroundings surprisingly warm and christmassy.

This is a sponsored post but all view, opinions and photos are my own


1 Comment

  1. December 22, 2016 / 12:29 pm

    Oh my golly gosh! This looks fantastic! The food looks amazing! x

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