If it's spectacular surroundings you're after, then you can't do better than the lavish Booking Office 1869. This used to be the spot to get your train tickets and now it's a fabulous, 1930s-style brasserie, complete with palm trees set against the original building's grand Gothic architecture.
Booking Office 1869
- St Pancras
Open every day for All Day Dining from 7am to 10pm.
Time Out says
An upscale cocktail bar of high quality in the beautiful former booking office of St Pancras station.
Booking Office 1869 opened in November 2021, offering an exciting new drinking and dining destination in the heart of King's Cross. The bar and restaurant is open daily from 7am to 10pm for All Day dining, complete with late license and resident DJs.
A reimagining of the station's original, 19th century ticket hall, the meticulous redesign has been overseen by acclaimed Parisian architect Hugo Toro to create a vision which brings the room to life by blending old and new influences, showcasing a visual dialogue with the space's extraordinary heritage.
With St Pancras International Station serving as a passport between London and the rest of Europe, the newly opened Booking Office 1869 fully embraces the characteristics of its location through Hugo's reinvigoration of the space, alongside the sophisticated yet understated food and cocktail menus created by the dedicated bar team.
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