The continental-style square just moments from the station entrance
Pancras Square is the beautiful new square at the gateway to King’s Cross. The design is inspired by the atmosphere of a continental town square, minus the traffic.
A giant pin oak marks the entrance from Battle Bridge Place just outside the stations. Continue into the square and you’ll see a water feature cascading from top to bottom, flowing towards the view of the St Pancras Chambers Clock Tower. With lawned areas and cafe tables beneath the trees, this is a lovely spot to pause and relax.
Bars and restaurants at Pancras Square
Restaurants and cafés surround the square making this the perfect spot for a sunny breakfast, alfresco lunch or an after-work drink. From the stations, the striking German Gymnasium is the first of these together with Vinoteca, and Granger & Co from Australian chef Bill Granger. Further into the square you’ll find Drake & Morgan and Korean BBQ at Kimchee. For cafe/takeout options, chose between Tortilla, Wasabi, craft coffee shop Notes, and the latest addition – Maple & KINGS from Adriana Wu.
Shops around Pancras Square
King’s Boulevard runs along the western edge of the square. Here you’ll find the Nike and Jigsaw soon to be joined by & Other Stories and Carhartt WIP. The bridge at the top of King’s Boulevard brings you to Granary Square and the soon to open shopping destination, Coal Drops Yard.
Workspace at Pancras Square
The new office buildings around the square are already home to the likes of London Borough of Camden, Louis Vuitton, PRS for Music and Google. These companies will soon be joined by media giant Havas and Universal Music.