Pitching itself as ‘an alternative drinking and dining destination in King’s Cross’, this gastropub comprises two imbibing areas, each a standout in this rapidly changing locality.
Offset from the restaurant that takes up most of the ground-floor space, a holding bar has a counter lined with taps of Otter, Peroni and Sharp’s Doom Bar; Pimm’s by the jug (£11.50) is a popular alternative. Upstairs, a pretty walled garden adjoins an evening-only lounge bar with low seating, cocktails and regular DJ sets.
To complement the Mersea Island wild oysters and whole baked Tunworth cheese, the dozen wines by the glass range from an entry-level Cantiga Viura (£2.90/£15.50) to quality Chablis, Sancerre and an unusual Hatziadakis Cuvée 17 from Santorini in the £30 bracket.
The upstairs cocktail list has its own recherché menu featuring Trealy Monmouthshire air-dried ham and Barkham blue cheese.
Over three floors the Fellow has many identities. The ground is a good ol’ pub, for drinks tables and pub grub.
The first floor is a sleek and modern cocktail bar, the Black Door, serving classic cocktails and craft beers. This is available for private dining.
Our vintage inspired private dining room, perfect for a more cosy experience.
|Venue name:||The Fellow||Contact:|
24 York Way
|Opening hours:||Open noon-11pm Mon; noon-midnight Tue-Sat; noon-10pm Sun. Food served noon-3pm, 6-10pm Mon-Sat; noon-6pm Sun|
|Transport:||Tube: King's Cross tube/rail|
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Was very busy when we went last Thursday so I do recomend booking in advance to secure a table. Food was wonderful (worth the wait!) and service was warm and friendly. I had the Hare Parpadelle (sp?) whice was lovely and rich, with a glass of the house Rioja. Good sized portions too so if you want to save room for dessert maybe skip a starter.