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- Restaurant Bar
A collaboration between chef Assaf Granit, of The Palomar and The Barbary, and furniture designer Tom Dixon, this King's Cross restaurant offers as much for the eye as it does for the stomach. Doing future industrial with finesse, the exposed Victorian brickwork and exposed fittings sit side-by-side with polished silver lampshades and tree-ring tables creating one of the most modish and impressive interiors in London.
As for the food, Granit has curated a menu of Middle Eastern-inspired dishes that are as innovative and experimental as the surroundings they're to be eaten in. Offering small sharing plates, alongside larger mains, you can chow down on fattoush salads, Kingfish sashimi with ginger vinaigrette, freekeh risotto with green wheat and a skordilia cream and a mouthwatering beef fillet with black chickpea stew and poached egg.
There is also a bar where arak and cocktails are on hand to help you wash everything down, and a charming roof terrace for alfresco drinking and watching the sun go down over the Regents Canal.
- Restaurant Bar , Restaurant
- Drinking and Eating , Eating , Date night
- Kings Cross
- Happily Affordable ££
- No Door Charge
- Background Music
- Rooftop Terrace
- Booking required
Coal Office, 2, Bagley Walk, N1C 4PQ
King's Cross St. Pancras (Tube)