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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

An unforgettable evening.

David Millan 25 September 2015
from London

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Looking to book brunch on a weekday? This will be served in The Gilbert Scott Bar 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 73 reviews)
87% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (20)
  • large parties (17)
  • lunch (12)
  • child friendly (11)
  • entertainment (10)
  • breakfast (9)
  • value (9)
  • private dining (6)
  • trendy (6)
  • afternoon tea (5)
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  • al fresco (1)
  • ((((( by from London

    An unforgettable evening.

  • ((((* by from London

    Great night

  • ((((* by from London

    The restaurant is in a beautiful setting with high ceilings and a decadent ambience. It makes a change from most restaurants these days, where you can barely hear yourself think amongst all of the noise. The piano music is a lovely touch.

    Service left something to be desired. The reception was very cold and unwelcoming - no pleasantries were exchanged and it felt rather like a matro was directing you to your hospital bed.

    The food was excellent.A cover charge seems a bit unnecessary.

  • ((((* by from Fa

    Very good food, service was slightly under par - hence four out of five. Very interesting menu.

  • ((((* by from London

    Beautiful ambience and great service. The food wasn't piping hot. Disappointing wine, a carafe is much smaller than in other places so watch the small print! Also, it was the first time in London I had to pay for the table, £4.

  • ((((( by from London

    Very lovely restaurant, set beautifully and great ambience. The staff were ever so attentive without being intrusive. Service was great. The food was well prepared to order and delicious. Would definitely recommend and visit again! Thanks for making our evening special.

  • ((((( by from Los Angeles

    I had the special. 29£ for three course. The yam lentil salad was a great tasty surprise. Fun with four textures. The tastes we're great sweet ,and a little spicy kick. The pork chop was excellent . Tender and flavorful. I had a pear walnut crumble with a pouring custard. Yummy. Tasty find.

  • ((*** by from London

    The decor was lovely and the staff very helpful. However I cannot recommend this restaurant. I booked through bookatable, taking advantage of their weekday menu offer (2 courses for £21 or 3 courses for £25). The offer did not indicate that there was a restricted menu, only had to choose from the weekday menu. When we arrived that was not the case. You only had a choice of 2 starters / 2 main course and 2 deserts from the menu. Which greatly restricted our choice, in the end what was on offer was so limiting we choose from the main menu and paid full price. The food itself was hit and miss, my starter was bland and uninspiring yet my guests had very nice starters our main course was fine but rather boring and not very imaginative. The wines and cocktails were overpriced. Overall, I felt it was overpriced and would advise you to spend your money on a cheaper venue with better food.

  • ((((* by from East Grinstead

    A wonderful experience. A bit over price especially the wine. The setting is outstanding.

  • (**** by from Bolton

    It was supposed to be a birthday celebration ,But the food was not up to standard and we paid more than we thought .

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