Rotunda at King's Cross is about to reopen after a major makeover

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Updated 7/9/18 with opening date and soft launch details

Ten years after it first opened, Rotunda at Kings Place is getting a major makeover. The restaurant and its accompanying events space will close at the end of July and reopen mid-September.

Owner John Nugent, who's spending more than £1.5m on the redesign explains: "So much has changed in King’s Cross in recent years, and I am very proud that we were the early adopters of the area. Ten years into any business is a time for reflection and future planning...All our spaces at Kings Place will be transformed, with new menus and well-crafted drinks offerings."

The biggest changes to the restaurant will be moving the kitchen, from downstairs, into the restaurant and opening it up. They'll add in a large meat-ageing cabinet, a chef’s counter, and it'll also get a semi-enclosed terrace space with heaters so you can eat alfresco overlooking the canal all year round.


More about Rotunda Bar & Restaurant

Where is it? 90 York Way, London N1 9AG

When: the restaurant reopens on 17 September 2018

Soft launch details: 50% off food only for prebookings 17-23 September

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Twitter @rotundalondon


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