Supermarket shopping – but not as you know it
Waitrose King’s Cross is an altogether different supermarket experience. The store is in a beautifully restored, historic train shed just off Granary Square.
The branch is one of the largest Waitrose stores in Central London, but the experience isn’t limited to food shopping. You can treat yourself to a freshly squeezed juice or smoothie, or create your own frozen yoghurt at the juice bar. The bakery offers a delicious selection of pastries, toasted sandwiches and hot soups to eat in or take away.
As well as that, customers can also enjoy a glass of wine or locally brewed pale ale and a platter of tapas at the in-store wine bar. Or grab a seat on the terrace overlooking the lovely Wharf Road Gardens and the canal. You’ll find Waitrose King’s Cross in the Midland Goods Shed, just off Granary Square.
Take a cooking class at the Waitrose Cookery School
The new store is also home to a cookery school. Sign up and learn how to cook something delicious, or sample one of the Cookery School offers of the moment, freshly prepared by a team of chefs.
Most of the classes are two hours, running at lunch time and after work. You can find out about the courses on offer and book your place here. The Cookery School also offers free lessons to local children throughout the year.