Kings Cross is an incredibly busy, exciting and core part of London and contains an exceptional amount of restaurants and cafes to cater for the thousands of business people that pass through the area every single day. As the key arrivals and departures area for various domestic and international trains, Kings Cross welcomes visitors from all over the world on a daily basis. So whether you’re catching up over lunch with a client who’s between journeys, or you’re having a team meeting with your colleagues in a coffee shop instead of the office, you’ll have no problem finding somewhere ideal in Kings Cross.
You will find popular high street chains all over London, but especially in Kings Cross as internationally recognised brands fight for retail space here in the knowledge that no matter what nationality a person is, they will recognise their brand and opt to eat somewhere they know. This is perfect if you need food or beverages quickly, just remember to avoid the places closest to the train stations where possible as these are always the busiest. For a cute setting and delicious Mexican food visit Burrito and be sure to sample one of their famous pulled pork burritos. For organic fizzy drinks, simple classic hot beverages and tasty sandwiches, go straight to Pret A Manger – just be sure to get there early if you want a good selection of fresh food – it sells fast! And if you think you and your team could do with a bit of brain food to kick start your brainstorming session, visit Leon and enjoy one of their innovative food boxes.
Occasionally there is a need for something unique and special when it comes to lunch or dinner, and luckily Kings Cross is an up and coming foodie destination which means there’s plenty of unique offerings to choose from. Grain Store is an exceptionally beautiful restaurant set inside a refurbished warehouse and provides a huge selection of bright, fresh, innovative dishes to diners who like to try new things. For well-considered dishes in an eatery with a buzz of its own, book in at Caravan the younger sibling of the original Caravan based in Exmouth Market. For clients who will appreciate clean, sleek, beautiful food, take them to Itadaki Zen, an organic vegan Japanese restaurant with an exceptional passion for healthy eating.
There is likely to come a time when you have big business to celebrate and you need to go all out and book in at one of King Cross’s many fine dining restaurants. The Gilbert Scott is a stunning restaurant with grand and opulent interior design. Expect to sample dishes such as; roasted Cornish cod, Dexter sirloin of beef and Goosnargh duck. The Booking Office is a fantastic option if you’re looking to sit in a gorgeous and dramatic setting whilst you eat delicious high quality English food. For classic dishes done superbly, book your business meeting at Plum and Spilt Milk.