A sense of history envelops you even before you’ve stepped through the small black door at the end of a cobbled King's Cross street. Inside lies a dimly-lit Victorian den where candles illuminate intimate alcoves. The character of former blacksmith’s is most notably retained in the original cobbled stone floor and big Victorian gas heaters. A fantastic little Modern European menu has something to hit most spots, with bestsellers being, seared scallops, chorizo and pea puree for starters, and Cote de Boeuf with Béarnaise to share. Daily specials live up to their name.
|Venue name:||Smithy's Restaurant & Wine Bar||Contact:|
The Stables 15-17 Leeke Street, Kings Cross
|Price:||£25 and under|
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Bar food (nachos, etc.) took more than an hour to arrive and the manager refused to see us. When we said we'd leave if she didn't see us, she still refused to come out from her office. Inexplicably bad management.
This restaurant has no connection with Eric and Ernie and I don't know why it was included in the tour.