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The Parcel Yard

Unit M8, C/o Network Rail, West Side offices,Kings Cross Railway Station, London, N1 9AL +44 2036417619

((((* British
Main course: £8
Food spend: £20
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 08:00 - 22:00. Sunday: 09:00 - 22:00.

Good choice of food, quick service and good quality.

Patrick Herlihy 10 February 2015
from St Neots

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Housed within a Grade I-listed building at London's King’s Cross Station, The Parcel Yard offers an excellent British menu and spectacular views of the platforms and trains. Spread over 2 floors, the pub’s industrial interior features original fixtures and an airy glass atrium which makes for a stunning centrepiece.

A Fullers pub and raising the bar for standard station food, The Parcel Yard kitchen makes the best use of fresh, seasonal ingredients in dishes like Scotch duck egg with crispy pork crackling, and British veal chop. Sample tasty seafood dishes such as baked Cornish crab, Loch Duart salmon and grilled plaice with samphire, cockle and mussel dressing.

Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in an apple, apricot and golden syrup crumble, or a rich chocolate truffle cake. The Parcel Yard drinks menu includes an interesting array of wines, draught beers and ales.

Enjoy a hearty breakfast at The Parcel Yard at King’s Cross Station, or a quick lunch before heading out to catch your train.

The Parcel Yard

Unit M8, C/o Network Rail, West Side offices,Kings Cross Railway Station, London, N1 9AL

Contact +44 2077137258
Reservations +44 2036417619

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Customer reviews for The Parcel Yard

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  • lunch (6)
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  • ((((( by from London

    The Parcel Yard is a hidden gem tucked within Kings Cross station and just past the tourists jumping through the Harry Potter platform....well worth walking past that and up the stairs to this lovely pub restaurant! Service was prompt and good, polite and friendly, food was even better with a varied menu that had the day's Specials on offer too. Hard to think of where you were given how relaxed and quiet it is. Highly recommended.

  • ((((* by from St Neots

    Good choice of food, quick service and good quality.

  • ((((* by from Bedford

    We go here frequently - meeting our family members and friends. Excellent location, friendly and helpful. Food very tasty and good size portions - just right. Food arrives swiftly and freshly cooked, but sometimes drinks seem to take a while to arrive, but no big deal!!

  • (((** by from Manchester

    Easy to book, easy to find, very attentive service. The prices were reasonable and the food was not bad, but not great.

  • ((((( by from London

    I have dined there twice with between 5 and 15 people, pre-booked, everything ran smoothly with good food and beer and reasonable prices for London. Good friendly service. Busy pub like atmosphere downstairs and quieter restaurant like upstairs.

  • ((((* by from London

    Table ready in advance, and tucked away so no passing traffic. Service attentive but not intrusive. Food good, drinks service slightly slow. Bill prompt when asked for, but no feeling we were being rushed out, despite it being very busy.

  • ((((* by from St Neots

    Service very good, food excellent and portions good size.

  • ((((* by from Hitchin

    Excellent, Ambience, service, food, wine and,of course, beer were first class. Plenty of room between the tables so that even a noisy bunch of pint-drinking businessmen did not impinge on our conversation. I had been to the pub a couple of times before but not the restaurant. I shall return. I travelled in my job and have wined and dined in some 50 countries so am not easily impressed.

  • ((((( by from London

    Excellent service

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    The restaurant was quieter than expected, probably because it was Sunday of a Bank Holiday weekend. The menu has some interesting choices but my friend's roast was lukewarm. He didn't send it back because we were short of time. I would go back and give it another chance as it's a great venue, particularly if you are catching a train and don't want to eat at one of the chains in the station.

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