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KING'S CROSS RESTAURANTS & BARS

BAR PEPITO 


Sample the good stuff at Bar Pepito, an Andalusian-inspired sherry and wine bar.

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GERMAN GYMNASIUM 


Top pick for business lunches, it also serves up its goulash soups, schnitzels, strudels and other Teutonic comforts to early birds, daytime hordes and night owls.

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GRANGER & CO  

Aussie Bill Granger's all-day sunny-side-up eatery references just about every on-trend fad and fashion on the current foodie agenda.

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KARPO 

Hyper-coloured graffiti mural outside, flourishing rooftop garden and funky 'urban earth' design, Karpo delivers innovative flavours.

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VINOTECA 

Affordable tipples by the glass are still the main draw, with bargains galore ‘fresh from keg and box’ to go with a menu of charcuterie, cheeses and easily priced European fare.

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GILBERT SCOTT

Specialises in the best of British — fresh, seasonal produce served within the grand, Gothic surroundings of the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.

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THE FELLOW 

Whether you fancy sipping cocktails, nibbling on tapas or meeting up for Saturday brunch (buttermilk pancakes and Bloody Marys, anyone?), this member of the Geronimo Inns stable can provide.

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THE QUEEN'S HEAD




A lovely watering hole hidden away on a side street off Grays Inn Road.

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DISHOOM


Whirling ceiling fans, vintage Indian magazine ads and other retro wheezes set the scene for some post colonial romping at this swish London take on an old ‘Irani café’.

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THE DROP


Unfussy, upbeat wine bar is at the heart of Thomas Heatherwick’s inspired transformation of an 1850s canalside coal depot, now a well-collated shopping/ lazing/ grazing ‘lifestyle quarter.’

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GRAIN STORE


A sustainable bar with healthy and innovative dishes filled with international influences such as aubergine with miso and focaccia bread with dukka.

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CASA PASTOR 


The atmosphere of creativity at Coal Drops Yard makes it the perfect fit for the high-energy buzz of the Hart brothers, who have opened three sites here, including wine bar The Drop and a branch of Barrafina.

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THE BOOKING OFFICE 


Is the place to go for cocktails and a great place to sit and soak up the atmosphere, whether you’re in the lovely former booking hall, with its dark wood and soaring gothic arches, or outside overlooking the train tracks.

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VERMUTARIA

Vermuteria is an all-day Café & Bar serving creative food and drinks inspired by the origins of Vermouth distilling.

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THE COAL OFFICE

 

A brick warehouse from 1851 that gently curves around the Regent’s Canal in Coal Drops Yard.

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THE BETJEMAN ARMS 


Another great station pub.

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ROTUNDA 


Drawing in the crowds with its farm-to-table ethos and charming canal-side terrace.

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PIZZA UNION



For a bargain pizza in a cool warehouse-style restaurant, there’s only one place to go.

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CARAVAN 


Overlooking Granary Square and offering a sun-drenched terrace during the summer months, they serve a wholesome Modern European sharing menu.

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