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The Gilbert Scott Restaurant

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, Euston Road London, London, NW1 2AR +44 2081281332

((((* British
Main course: £18
Food spend: £48
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 10:00 - 23:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 22:00

A very professional efficient service of a meal which was excellent. We had the express menu but were not hurried.

Val Gouby 20 November 2015
from Reading

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Marcus Wareing’s The Gilbert Scott is a magnificent bar and brasserie showcasing nostalgic British cuisine. Bespoke cocktails are served under ornate ceilings and bell chandeliers in the sumptuous bar.

A hidden treasure in London, The Gilbert Scott Kings Cross has a striking dining room with limestone pillars, lofty ceilings and sophisticated maroon leather furnishings. Fine dining can be experienced in the grand arc-shaped restaurant, and the sommelier team will guide you through the eclectic wine list. The private dining room is perfect for larger groups, while the Kitchen Table is close to the lively buzz of the kitchen. These bespoke events can be arranged by contacting The Gilbert Scott Restaurant directly.

Paying tribute to historical, traditional dishes, The Gilbert Scott menu features innovations like Kentish pigeon in a pot with thyme and prunes or lemon sole, vermouth cream and Morecambe Bay shrimps. Quirky and fun, the desserts include Kendal mint cake choc ice, Mrs. Beeton’s snow eggs or orange marmalade Jaffa Cake with Earl Grey tea ice cream.

Inventive British classics are found in abundance at The Gilbert Scott restaurant, housed in the elegant St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Kings Cross Station is just a 2-minute walk away.

The Gilbert Scott Restaurant

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, Euston Road London, London, NW1 2AR

Contact +44 2072783888
Reservations +44 2081281332

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Customer reviews for The Gilbert Scott Restaurant

4.2 ((((* (based on 104 reviews)
88% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • luxury (53)
  • romantic (50)
  • business (45)
  • dinner (40)
  • lunch (25)
  • large parties (20)
  • value (14)
  • child friendly (12)
  • entertainment (11)
  • private dining (11)
  • trendy (10)
  • breakfast (9)
  • afternoon tea (6)
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  • al fresco (1)
  • (((** by from Chelmsford

    This was a moderately disappointing experience. Drinks ordered in the bar were served 5 minutes apart, no napkins/coasters with the drinks and I had to ask for ice. Furniture in bar and restaurant was well worn with many chips scrapes and generally jaded. Food was good, although my steak was slightly over cooked and a little bland.

  • ((((( by from Toronto, Canada

    Love going to the Gilbert Scott when in London. The service is excellent and it is such fun to be in this beautiful neo gothic building!!

  • ((((( by from Narberth

    Everyone enjoyed the variety that the menu offered. The quality of the presentation and the food itself was magnificent. I had pre-booked a chocolate birthday cake. What arrived was a beautiful, delicious creation! We will talk about 'that cake' for a long time. The staff were very attentive and friendly. We all had a wonderful time!

  • ((((( by from Havant

    Great setting and service
    Outstanding food .

  • ((((( by from Darwen

    Excellent Sunday lunch. Starter of smoked trout was perfection. Roast beef pleasant if a little less red than expected - but quality of roast potatoes and cauliflower cheese was 10/10. Deserts all excellent - ginger cake with banana ice cream was pleasant. Service great and most importantly every single member of staff said "goodbye" as we left creating a warm personal feeling of them caring (despite he freezing outside weather).

  • ((((* by from Wakefield

    All the food was excellent, starters very small but very nice

  • ((((( by from Berkhamsted

    This was a birthday celebration for my son. My wife and I, plus son / fiancee, daughter and younger son attended. Overall, an excellent meal in a beautiful setting. Service was very friendly and knowledgeable. Delay in serving my son's (birthday boy) starter and main were remedied pretty quickly and we were not charged for his meal (which was a very nice gesture (Maitre De's initiative). Will definitely return. Of particular note was the steak, which I shared with my younger son. Only slight criticism was I thought the size of the starters was quite small.

  • ((((( by from London

    As always our GS experience was at the top of the scale. Always made to feel welcome by the service team our dining experience is the ultimate in luxury. The ambience is decadent without feeling too ostentatious and you are made to enjoy being part of a building seeped in history.
    The staff are knowledgeable about their section of food and enjoy talking about it to you; They are always very engaging. Food is fantastic, seasonal and traditional with a little luxurious twist which makes for a special evening.

  • ((((( by from Maidstone

    really lovely! an architectural gem, pleasant ambience. menu so varied and tempting it was difficult to choose ! the pigeon and pistachio terrine was divine ( although the jam was a little thick), the trout was delightful. confit of duck just fell off the bone, the salty, crunchy broccoli provided a good contrast of texture. the rabbit and prawn pie ( signature dish) looked wonderful, accompanied by velvety smooth mash.
    Sadly just no room for dessert!
    Service pretty good; the rather long wait for the first course was compensated by a complimentary glass of wine, but the main course arrived too soon.
    overall a most enjoyable evening.

  • ((((* by from London

    Amazing mashed potatoes brought us back

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