King’s Cross is obviously the place to be if you want to check out if 9 and ¾ exists by slamming a luggage trolley through the wall. But if this is not what you are after, the options for ‘drink and dine’ are endless.
People who are looking for properties to rent in King’s Cross are sure to be thrilled with the diversity of culinary delights on offer at the location. Here are a few recommended by our estate agent King’s Cross:
The perfect place for a little fizz of the pre-Eurostar kind is right on top of St Pancras Station at the Searcy’s Champagne bar. The bar also has the distinction of being the longest of its kind in the whole of Europe spanning 98 metres below the glass roof of the station. If you would rather be spoilt for choice when it comes to sorbets and organic ice-creams, head to Ruby Violet, the high-end small batch parlour. Layered cakes, ice cream bombs and other bespoke delicacies are handmade in small batches with organic milk and fresh fruits while masala chai (spiced tea) invites
the more adventurous souls.
Drink, Shop & Do is your go-to place for scooping up bottomless brunch while also getting crafty. Bookbinding to card making, you can explore it all while you lap up delicious food options of frittata,
home-made salads, sandwiches and pastries, besides vegan and gluten-free options! Opened in 2009 by schoolmates Coralie Sleap and Kristie Bishop, the airy café is also renowned as one of the quirkiest ones in London.
Aching for some palate tingling experiences in Victorian settings? Dishoom is an atypical threestoreyed curry house that has the 1930’s look of old Bombay recreated. Dishes are affordable, and they
consistently deliver great flavour. Top rated breakfasts are matched by fragrant biriyanis and curries packed full of Indian flavour. Or tuck in exotic grilled sea bass and pan-fried mackerel at the outdoor Victorian terrace at Caravan.