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The Parcel Yard

Bars and pubs, Pubs King’s Cross
The Parcel Yard

Time Out says

A Fuller's pub located at King's Cross station. It fits the King's Cross revamp well, with a modern look miles away from the kind of paisley-carpeted, traditional old boozers of yesteryear. That means a bright and airy venue with brushed wood, exposed air ducts, mismatched furniture and industrial lighting. There's a good-looking atrium, too.

The food menu moves it away from the traditional Fuller's pub, too. Expect dishes ranging from pumpkin, chilli and coconut soup with hazelnut crumbs and rabbit terrine with cranberry and apple chutney to venison pie, Hampshire game faggots, rib-eye steaks and slow-roasted Dorset lamb shoulder with a butter bean stew. 

The beers on draught offer a run-through of the brewery's best, with Front Row, London Pride, Oliver's Island, ESB, Chiswick Bitter and Red Fox all on offer. Expect more by the bottle and can, too.

The Parcel Yard says
The Parcel Yard is a Fuller's pub set across two floors in a Grade I-listed building on the concourse of King's Cross Station, on the right hand side of Platforms 9-11.



Address: King's Cross Railway Station
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8am-10pm; Sun 9am-10pm
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