Situated in the plush Granary Square, this light and airy restaurant is spread across two floors. There's a tasty menu of light bites and minimalist British dishes, while the slick design will leave you wanting to stick around long after you've finished eating.
Best Restaurants in King's Cross
King's Cross isn't just a station to hop off or on at, it actually happens to be one of the most up and coming areas in London. Why? That's pretty easy to answer. From the luxury restaurants and retail stores in Coal Drops Yard, all the way down to industrial Granary Square buildings overlooking the gorgeous canal, it's got quite the hubbub about it. So where to eat when you're close by? We bring you the best restaurants in King's Cross, from taco stops to luxury Indian diners.
Just a short walk from King's Cross this casual and stylish restaurant is open from 7am, making it the perfect spot for a quick bite whether you're stopping in before work, or gearing up for a long dinner.
Full to brim with an eclectic mix of furnishings, this is a wonderfully diverse restaurant in King's Cross. With a menu of traditional gastro pub delights alongside a cool collection of cocktails, you can expect relaxed atmosphere, quirky decor and good food.
Located on Pentonville Road, this north London branch of Honest Burgers is a great choice if you're after burgers in King's Cross. Think beef, relish and bacon or go for veggie fritters with chipotle mayo. Either way, make sure to save room for lip-smacking wings and a cocktail or two.
Bringing a slice of Spain to north London, Camino is easily one of the best restaurants in King's Cross. Go for some of the best Tapas in London, where are plates inspired by the various cuisines of Spain, as well as seasonal specials and cracking cocktails.
Just steps away from King's Cross station, The Fellow offers a daily changing menu of gastropub classics, made using only the freshest, seasonal ingredients, and paired with a hefty looking wine list that will keep even the fussiest of taste buds happy.
A prime destination for business lunches, a haven for after work drinks and a dreamy date night spot, this plush eatery has it all. With two bars, a restaurant, a deli, a lounge, a handsome dining room and private kitchen pods alongside a quaint terrace, you won't be short of space.
Perfectly placed in the heart of King's Cross, The Megaro Eater serves a varied selection of Italian plates that utilise seasonal produce. Paired with a Dolce-Vita-inspired cocktail list and bright interiors, its a perfect after-work drinking and dining location.
When it comes to Kings Cross restaurants, this one is up there. Housed in the plush St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel, there's a unique interior, with huge stained-glass windows and a menu featuring seasonal ingredients and superb classic cocktails alongside real ales and more.
One of King's Cross' finest eateries, Rotunda is a drinking and dining destination you won't want to miss out on. From a menu of delicious seasonal dishes, and classy cocktails, it also offers stunning outdoor terrace with views across the Regent's Canal.
Not only is this stunning restaurant home to Europe's longest champagne bar, but it's also in St Pancras International station! Alight after that long and arduous commute to soak up all kinds of tasty treats alongside lashings of whisky, cocktails, ample wines and quality champagnes.
Housed in an impressive Grade I listed building, The Betjeman Arms has a bright and airy feel without losing sight of its unparalleled grandeur. The open kitchen serves up a regularly changing menu of popular British favourites, freshly prepared to perfection and delivered with passion.
Unparalleled in opulence, Gilbert Scott is a bar and restaurant that can be found within the ever-so-swanky St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel. The menu is designed by Marcus Wareing and it reflects British tradition and produce: from classics to modern creations.
Offering a selection of delicious looking dishes and sharing platters, Caravan is a top pick when it comes to coffee, cocktails and delicious food. Keeping the nomadic style, that proved popular at that original site in Exmouth Market, there's also the addition of a new pizza oven for sizzling slices.
Who knew that a former gym could be turned into such a gorgeous Grand Café? There's modern European staples; from mettwurst and schupfnudlen to veal schnitzel, as well as delicious drinks at this contemporary Grade II listed space.
A staple of London's foodie scene, this branch of the acclaimed Indian chain is a buzzing destination for Bombay-style food and glamorous interiors. Make sure you book in advance, because tables here don't stay free for long.