Big names unveiled for Stansted's £80m new food retail units

How the new food and drink units will look

How the new food and drink units will look

First published in News

Holidaymakers can expect new restaurants, bars and cafes in a £80million facelift at Stansted Airport.

More than 70 individual food and drink brands submitted tenders for the available units.

The successful firms were James Martin Kitchen - a bakery from the TV chef that is not at any other airport in the world; Itsu, Harris + Hoole, Giraffe, Halo, Leon, Cabin, Coast to Coast, Pret A Manger, Starbucks, Burger King, JD Wetherspoon and M&S Simply Food.

They will be located in one area of the terminal and all cafes, bars and restaurants will have screens displaying flight information.

Burger King will open later this year and M&S Simply Food in November.

All remaining cafes, bars and restaurants will open next spring.

Tenders have yet to go out for the final phase, high street and high end retail fashion units.

The first phase of the new departure lounge development will open to customers later this month.

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12:04pm Fri 4 Jul 14

Bhudeeka says...

£80million that would lbe far better spent on NHS and building new hospitals and supplying sufficient healthcare for all across the country
£80million that would lbe far better spent on NHS and building new hospitals and supplying sufficient healthcare for all across the country Bhudeeka
  • Score: -13

7:24pm Fri 4 Jul 14

robertwebb745 says...

Bhudeeka wrote:
£80million that would lbe far better spent on NHS and building new hospitals and supplying sufficient healthcare for all across the country
Very true, but the 80million being spent obviously has nothing to do with the government and is most likely being invested by the various new restaurants, shops and the company that runs Stansted.

Maybe I'm wrong tho and the airport is council run.
[quote][p][bold]Bhudeeka[/bold] wrote: £80million that would lbe far better spent on NHS and building new hospitals and supplying sufficient healthcare for all across the country[/p][/quote]Very true, but the 80million being spent obviously has nothing to do with the government and is most likely being invested by the various new restaurants, shops and the company that runs Stansted. Maybe I'm wrong tho and the airport is council run. robertwebb745
  • Score: 5

9:48pm Fri 4 Jul 14

Kevman28 says...

Bhudeeka wrote:
£80million that would lbe far better spent on NHS and building new hospitals and supplying sufficient healthcare for all across the country
A stupid, pointless and uneducated comment.
[quote][p][bold]Bhudeeka[/bold] wrote: £80million that would lbe far better spent on NHS and building new hospitals and supplying sufficient healthcare for all across the country[/p][/quote]A stupid, pointless and uneducated comment. Kevman28
  • Score: 10

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