Restaurants in King's Cross
Whether you've just arrived in London, or you're a King's Cross local, deciding on where to eat in London needn't turn into a stressful experience. Well, never fear - we have put together a list of some of the best restaurants in King's Cross, in the hope of making your life just that little bit easier. We share our knowledge on some of the top restaurants in King's Cross, as well as some of the best restaurants near King's Cross and the top restaurants in London. You won't be disappointed - so book online now, and enjoy a meal at one some of our favourite restaurants in King's Cross.
Searcys offers a stunning restaurant and Europe's longest champagne bar, and best of all its in St Pancras International station! Alight after that long and arduous commute to fall straight into a seriously grand restaurant; serving up all kinds of tasty treats alongside lashings of whisky, chic cocktails, ample wines and quality champagnes.
Full to brim with an eclectic mix of furnishings, this is a wonderfully quirky and diverse restaurant in King's Cross, ideal if you're looking for something a little different. Serving up a menu of traditional gastro pub delights, alongside a cool collection of cocktails, this is a great little place in King's Cross and easily one of the best restaurants in London for a relaxed atmosphere, quirky decor and good food.
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 lookin' wine list that will keep even the fussiest of taste buds happy. A great place for a couple of drinks, dinner and a bottle, or even a quick lunch with friends during the week, this is one of our favourite restaurants in King's Cross for good food, atmosphere and drinks.
It doesn't get more homely than The Betjeman Arms. Housed in an impressive Grade I listed building, The Betjeman Arms has a bright and airy feel without losing sight of its unparalleled grandeur - this is a unique and stunning space in which to eat, drink and be merry. The open kitchen serves up a regularly changing menu of popular British favourites, freshly prepared to perfection and delivered with passion. Don't miss out on one of our recommended restaurants in King's Cross.
Offering a selection of delicious looking dishes and sharing platters, Caravan Restaurant and Bar is a trendy eatery in King's Cross. They promise to keep to their 'nomadic' style, that proved oh-so-popular at that original Caravan in Exmouth Market, but with the addition of a new pizza oven to make their menu a little more accessible.
A short walk from King's Cross and St. Pancras stations, Grain Store is a unique restaurant in King's Cross, serving up a menu that gives vegetables, rather than meat, the starring role. Look forward to the Spiced Mash, Mint Pickled Cucumber, Raw Snowball Turnips and Broad Beans, served with Confit Lamb Belly.
Camino King's Cross brings a taste of all things Spanish to North London, and is easily one of the best restaurants in King's Cross for a taste of the Continent. Serving up what is widely acknowledged to be the best Tapas in London, Camino King's Cross dishes up plates inspired by the various cuisines of Spain, as well as seasonal specials that change every month. Paired with a pitcher of Sangria and Spanish beer and cider, this is a great restaurant in King's Cross for a taste of something a little different.
Karpo is a cool bar and restaurant in King's Cross, serving some of the finest dishes from across the world in a setting that has been designed and decorated with the works of four of the most popular graffiti artists. Diners can expect pastries, kedgeree, pancakes, and salt beef hash with fried eggs on the breakfast menu, as well as tagliatelle with crab, chilli and mint, or venison shin with porcini and polenta for lunch and dinner. This is one of our restaurants in King's Cross, so don't miss out.
Unparalleled in opulence, Gilbert Scott is a bar and restaurant in King's Cross that can be found within the ever-so-glamorous St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel. The menu is inspired by the history of the building, reflecting British tradition and produce: it takes on British classics, as well as seasonal produce and is paired with a wonderfully extensive wine list along and an equally traditional brunch and Sunday lunch menu. There is no question that Gilbert Scott is one of the best restaurants in King's Cross for a taste of the traditional.