St Pancras

  • Patrick Powell takes over the menu at Booking Office 1869 in St Pancras

    Patrick Powell takes over the menu at Booking Office 1869 in St Pancras

    The Booking Office at St Pancras, always a beautiful-looking destination, is getting a big uplift on the food front. It's getting a new menu that's by Patrick Powell of Allegra  at Stratford (very handy for him as it's only 10 minutes on the train between the two restaurants). 

    Here, he'll be going for "classic dishes finished with a modern twist" which in

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  • Two new Greggs have arrived at St Pancras

    Two new Greggs have arrived at St Pancras

    Isn't that the way? You wait ages for a Greggs and then two come along at once...

    Yes, if you've been hankering for a Steak Bake around King's Cross or St Pancras of late - there are two new Greggs in the station! The first opened on Saturday in the lower ground The Circle in St Pancras, while the second opens today on the first-floor concourse. 

    They'll have all the Greggs delights you want -

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  • Kineya Mugimaru udon noodles arrive at St Pancras

    Kineya Mugimaru udon noodles arrive at St Pancras

    Another Japanese udon chain has set its sights on London, this time choosing St Pancras as its base (as part of the food outlet section at the north end). As reported first by Big Hospitality, Kineya Mugimaru is

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  • EL&N Cafes have just opened a new grab and go cafe in St Pancras. And yes, it's VERY pink.

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    St Pancras commuters have never had it so... pink. London's newest EL&N cafe, the oh-so-Instagrammable enterprise, opened this week at the station.

    This one's a little different to the rest of their cafes, being the group's first self-serve one. You'll be able to get your pink coffee and slice of pink cake to-go, just before you jump on your train (which is handy, because train food trolleys are not in operation at the

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  • Now you can dine by the Spice Girls staircase at St Pancras

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    If you're after a dining experience with a difference we have just the thing for you. You could say we're telling you what you want, what you really, really want.

    The St. Pancras Renaissance has just started offering guests the chance to dine beneath the hotel's famous staircase. Now they'll make a big song and dance about it being "the soul behind Sir George Gilbert Scott’s architectural design", but what it really means is you'll be able to have

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