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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

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.

Arthur Liu 31 December 2014
from Los Angeles

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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

4.1 ((((* (based on 67 reviews)
88% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • ((((( 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 .

  • ((((* by from Maidstone

    We were welcomed warmly, our table was pleasantly located although there were some tables that had we been shown to I would have had concerns due to the proximity of the next table. I was at a loss to understand why we were served bread without any side plates, this did not appear to be an omission as none of the tables were supplied with side plates.Although the tables were cleaned after the first course I found it disconcerting to be surrounded by crumbs. As the only person to drink alcohol in our party I was disappointed with the wine selection by the glass. The service was at all times courteous and discreet. The food was very good and although not the most glamorous item on the menu the burger was really very good, the steak was also excellent but I do feel that the price was excessive given that it was served only with a sauce and no accompaniments which came at extra cost. Would I recommend the restaurant yes, but the prices are a tad prohibitive even for a special occasion.

  • (((** by from London

    Stunning venue, simply beautiful building. Meal was 'ok' but expensive for what it was, wine very expensive. Service nothing special.

  • ((((* by from Bexley

    The hotel is absolutely beautiful and location. The setting and through service were excellent. The food was ok. My choice of haslet and haddock were excellent, especially the chips. Unfortunately my husband chose the crab and flank steak which he did not rate at all, especially as steak was £25 with no sides or anything. My daughter is a vegetarian and chose falafel to start which was good but artichokes were very bland. Food and drink was expensive but it was an experience and worth visiting just to see the hotel.

  • ((((( by from London

    Lovely food and superb service. Everyone was charming and helpful from the Maitre D to the serving staff. Can't wait to go back!

  • (((** by from Orpington

    Booked this restaurant for a catch up with friends. The restaurant is beautiful and the renovation to hotel is worth going to see. The food itself was nothing special for the price. Cod served a little cold and roast dinner set menu a bit limited and uninspiring. Roast potatoes very greasy.
    Service was incredibly slow, but friendly. We had a nice afternoon though and very convenient for travelling to and from St Pancras international.

  • ((*** by from London

    Lovely setting, great staff, mediocre food
    The good stuff - great architecture, super friendly staff and specifically one of the nicest Sommeliers I have ever had the pleasure of asking for something lovely and cheap from.
    The not so good stuff - well it's the food really. It's hard to describe, but I just didn't get what the intent was - and the execution seemed rather indifferent as well. A Mackerel tartare that was lost on the plate, felt like a jumble of ingredients rather than a dish and was bland rather than subtle. Poached hake - looked a bit boring, tasted of very little and was actually a bit overcooked - not bad as such just not very good. The puddings were crazy - I know it seems silly to complain about too much food but less would be definitely more - I felt like I was in a coffee shop with a portion of carrot cake the size of a bus - once again I just didn't know what they were aiming for - I didn't get the joke.
    I mentioned that the staff were great (genuinely warm and friendly) and very speedy - one recommendation - is to actually slow down - I don't want to feel like I am in a fast food restaurant and I don't want to be hurried. The speed of service sometimes felt that I was been hustled along too much.
    Lastly - per head cover charges AND service costs added to the bill are just plain silly - I love tipping, I really do, especially to show appreciation to hard working teams but after a mediocre meal this was simply annoying.

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