Kings Cross Restaurants
Searching for Kings Cross restaurants? Kings Cross is undergoing quite a change at the moment, what with the new Eurostar terminal at St Pancras and the Goods Yard redevelopment, so why not pop down there one evening and experience the social shift? There are a number of Kings Cross restaurants to choose from and we have assembled a list of the best bets currently available.
Fancy a pre/post dinner drink? Don't forget to check out our recommended list of Kings Cross bars
Belushi's, 161-165 Borough High Street, Southwark, London, SE1 1HR
(020) 7939 9700
The Dugout at Belushi's is a late night sports bar featuring multi-screens and projectors showing the latest sporting fixtures through Sky Sports and BT Sports. The Dugout at Belushi's offers a comprehensive drinks selection including international beers and cocktails.
- Don't miss a second of the Six Nations @ The Dugout
- Our packages are booking quickly - Don't miss out!
- Area,Table & VIP packages available with drink specials
- Want your own screening? Private Hire available
- Offers available in our Belushi's bars as well
More Kings Cross Restaurants
Fine East African cuisine served in this charming Ethipoian influenced venue on Caledonian Road.
42 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, London, N1 9DT
(020) 7278 0679
Popular bar and restaurant on Varnishers Yard serving authentic Spanish cuisine. The wine menu is splendid too.
3 Varnishers Yard, The Regents Quarter, Kings Cross, London, N1 9NR
(020) 7841 7330
This reassuringly traditional establishment near Kings Cross Station is our outside bet on the list with authentic Italian dishes to warm he spirit and fill the belly.
339 Grays Inn Road, Kings Cross, London, WC1X 8PX
(020) 7837 6370
Drake and Morgan at King's Cross is an all day drinking and dining destination on Pancras Square.
6 Pancras Square, King's Cross, London, N1C 4AG
Spread over two floors, Drake and Morgan at King's Cross is home to a restaurant, deli, two bars and a terrace.
0845 468 0107
German Gymnasium is a Grade II listed building that houses a restaurant, the Grand Cafe and the Meister Bar.
1 King's Boulevard, King's Cross, London, N1C 4BU
As a nod to the building's German heritage, German born Executive Chef Bjoern Wassmuth has created a Mittel-European menu that is served in the first floor restaurant.
Menu highlights at German Gymnasium include chopped steak tartare; slow roast creedy carver; and veal schnitzel.
(020) 7287 8000
The eat-as-much-as-you-like buffet could become a way of life in its ultimate manifestation in Kitchin at King’s Cross where you can enjoy unlimited food from China, India, Thailand and Italy.
8 Caledonia Street, Kings Cross, Kings Cross, London, N1 9AA
Plum + Spilt Milk is a destination restaurant within the recently renovated Great Northern Hotel.
Great Northern Hotel, Pancras Road, King's Cross, London, N1C 4TB
Plum and Spilt Milk has an elegant interior with impressive floor to ceiling windows. With a menu created by Mark Sargeant, a variety of British and European dishes are available and may include smoked haddock souffle, spring lamb hot pot and lemon meringue pie.
020 3388 0818
Traditional Indian cuisine on Kings Cross Road from Rasa's award winning chefs.
Holiday Inn Hotel, 1 Kings Cross Road, St Pancras, London, WC1X 9HX
(020) 7833 9787
Kings Place in King’s Cross boasts a brilliant British brasserie in Rotunda and it deserves every plaudit that’s going.
Kings Place, 90 York Way, Kings Cross, London, N1 9AG
(020) 7014 2840
St Pancras International Station, Grand Terrace, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4QL
(020) 7870 9900
Searcys St Pancras Restaurant and Bar is a glamorous venue serving Modern European cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients, and a wine list which has been carefully selected to complement the food. The restaurant has been designed to make rail travellers feel as welcome and as comfortable as possible, with a dedicated room for luggage.
At over 90 metres long, the Searcys St Pancras Champagne Bar is the longest champagne bar in Europe. Located on the Rendezvous level of St Pancras International, the bar showcases up to seventy bins and offers something for everyone, from a post work glass of bubbly to celebration bottles costing up to £6,500.