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PRESS RELEASE 05 June 2014 Team behind Dishoom find a new home in King’s Cross

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Eat, Drink, Day and Night at King's Cross

Restaurant and bar listing

King’s Cross is fast establishing itself as an exciting food destination – offering up everything from London’s best street food to elegant fine dining experiences – there’s something to suit everyone’s taste and budget. Here’s a selection of what’s available.

Caravan – well-travelled food and mighty fine coffee in an old grain store. This popular Exmouth Market restaurant has opened a King’s Cross branch in the Granary Building.

Shrimpy’s– this former filling station is now home to Shrimpy's Restaurant and an al fresco bar and grill with a simpler, all-day menu.

Grain Store Joining Caravan on Granary Square, the new bistro from Bruno Loubet opened in June. The menu is eclectic with a strong focus on vegetables. There’s alfresco dining for 80 on the south-facing terrace.

KERB London’s best street food is available at Granary Square. Every lunchtime from 12 to 2 a rotating array of traders serve up some seriously delicious fare. Also back for the summer are KERB Saturdays. Check the KERB website to see what’s on offer.

Great Northern Hotel This newly opened luxury boutique hotel is home to the glamorous Great Nothern Hotel Bar and Plum + Spilt Milk – an elegant brasserie serving classic British cooking.

King’s Cross Station – a host of cafés, bars, restaurants and delis in the newly opened western concourse. From popular favourites like Pret a Manger and Giraffe to Leon and Benito’s Hat.

St Pancras Station – from the best in fine dining to food on the go, there’s something to suit everyone’s taste and pocket in the newly refurbished station. Carluccio’s, YO! Sushi, Sourced Market and Le Pain Quotidien are among the offerings. While upstairs is Searcys, Europe’s longest champagne bar.

The Gilbert Scott – Marcus Wareing’s elegant British brasserie and bar in the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Searcys at St Pancras Grand - created by Martin Brudnizki, celebrated designer of both Scotts and The Ivy.

Rotunda – modern British food in a canal-side setting at King’s Place.

Camino – Spanish bar and restaurant in Regent Quarter.

Green & Fortune – King’s Place café serving up British food sourced from their very own farm.

St Pancras Grand – brasserie, oyster and champagne bar – Europe’s longest.

The Fellow – gastropub specialising in modern British cuisine with a European twist.

Karpo at the Megaro Hotel – great food in a relaxed atmosphere.

The Megaro Bar - an intimate cocktail bar with a bespoke cocktail and bar menu.

06 St Chads Place – popular bar and restaurant in a former mechanic’s workshop.

The Driver – gastropub with three lounge rooms and a beautiful roof terrace.

McGlynns Free House – traditional English pub and grub. Drink Shop Do – café and design shop selling vintage furniture and homewares.

The Big Chill House – café, pub and music venue. Norfolk Arms – gastro pub serving English food tapas style.

"You might've been hearing about the King's Cross Filling Station (KXFS) rather a lot lately - probably because of Shrimpy's, the new restaurant from the Bistroteque boys that has the foodie world all a-flutter with its softshell crab burger.”


Kate Lough
The Evening Standard

“Nestled in Kings Boulevard in the heart of King's Cross, there is certainly never a monotonous moment at eat.st; the fare changes daily as wheeled vendors tour the London market circuit, and new vans are constantly popping up.”


Paris Stilton
A Good Forking, Online blog