KERB Sample some of London’s finest street food as a rotating array of traders serve up mouthwatering fare in Lewis Cubitt Square.
Kiosk Opening onto the Western Concourse in King’s Cross Station, Kiosk serves hugely generous hot roast meat sandwiches on artisan bread.
Skip Garden Kitchen A healthy menu of soups, salad boxes and drinks all made from organic produce of the Skip Garden.
Noble Espresso Find Noble Espresso at the foot of King’s Cross Boulevard, creating truly exceptional specialist coffee, plus yummy cakes from the artisan bakery.
Benugo Espresso Truck
Serving up barista-style coffee, bloomers, wraps and salads from a beautifully restored Citroen van in Granary Square.
Wasabi Sushi & Bento Mouth-watering lunch options with sushi, hot bento boxes, sashimi, healthy salads, and a range of hot dishes such as curries, tempura, noodles and soup.
Tortilla Fast authentic Mexican food, made fresh in front of you. Try a hearty burrito, soft filled tortilla or cheesy nachos to eat in or take away.
Ruby Violet Ice cream parlour with quirky flavour combinations. Prepared daily using natural, local ingredients.
Leon Specialising in healthy, Mediterranean-inspired fast food, Leon is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Find it on Pancras Square.
Waitrose One of the largest branches in central London, Waitrose in King’s Cross has a juice bar, bakery and delicious hot food eat in to take away.
Foodilic A great spot for a healthy lunch, with plenty of veggie and vegan options, the famed Feuillete pastries and fair trade coffee on the busy Pentonville Road.
Yumchaa 50 blends of loose leaf tea can be prepared to go as well as matcha, real chai lattes and coffees.
King’s Cross Station The station has a whole host of places to grab a bite on the go, from the newly opened Giraffe Kiosk and Coffee Dogs in King’s Cross Square to favourites like Pret and Starbucks.
St Pancras Station There are plenty of takeaway options in the station, from Sourced Market to Marks & Spencer, Camden Food Co., West Cornwall Pasty Company, Chop’d and Benugo.