25 "Kings Cross" Restaurants in London.
Supawan is an understated but excellent Thai restaurant near King’s Cross. It’s a spot you’ll come back to again and again.
Set in an old Victorian warehouse, the King’s Cross branch is the brightest and airiest of the Dishoom restaurants.
Decimo is a loud and proud Mexican-inspired spot on the tenth floor of The Standard in King’s Cross.
Grain Store is an all-day Kings Cross restaurant serving creative European food. It’s particularly good for vegetarians and big groups dinners.
German Gymnasium in Kings Cross is one of the most impressive settings for a restaurant in London and great for any occasion.
Barrafina is London tapas royalty. And although we wouldn’t class their King’s Cross spot as legendary, there’s still good food to be had.
Like the others, the King’s Cross location of Granger & Co has healthy-ish salads, sandwiches, and small plates perfect for breakfast and lunch.
Beer and Burger at King’s Cross is a great spot for an inexpensive cheeseburger, some deep fried jalapenos and your choice of 20 beers on tap.
Happy Face is an all-day pizza place near Kings Cross that serves decent and inexpensive pizzas in a large, child-friendly space.
Parrillan is an outdoor King’s Cross grill-it-yourself restaurant that turns DIY into a big old FU.
Le Café Alain Ducasse is a coffee spot at Coal Drops Yard that treats coffee with the slightly hilarious seriousness that you never knew it deserved.
A pastel-coloured retro deli, Lina Stores in King’s Cross serves great handmade pasta to eat-in - or to-go from their deli counter.
Isla at the Standard is an all-day restaurant on the ground floor of the Standard hotel making very standard food.
Sons and Daughters is a modern sandwich shop in Coal Drops Yard where the things between bread read much better than they taste.
Morty & Bob’s is a café and bar in Coal Drops Yard serving toasties (and other things) that will put your George Foreman creations to shame.