St Pancras Brasserie & Champagne Bar by Searcys

(812 Reviews)
St Pancras Station Euston Road, London, N1C 4QL
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Star Deal - 3-courses, a side & a glass of English sparkling wine £28 per person

Subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service. Not available on Sundays, Bank holidays and on Valentine's Day.


Main course: £15
Food spend: £28

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday: 07:00 - 22:00
Sunday: 09:00 - 19:30.

Restaurant description

Discover St Pancras Brasserie & Champagne Bar by Searcys on the Upper Concourse of St Pancras International Station, Kings Cross. A grand 1920s setting, enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, alongside a range of wines and cocktails.

The all-day dining menu features the likes of Cornish rump of lamb with artichokes, shallots, rosemary and feta, or the hearty Creedy Carver chicken pie. Healthy and vegetarian options include the quinoa, avocado, spinach, pink grapefruit, and toasted superfood seed salad, whilst the floating island is amongst the irresistible dessert options.

The cocktail menu at Searcys St Pancras mixes contemporary techniques and flavour pairings with inspiration from the bygone era of the roaring 1920s. Searcys St Pancras offers amazing views of the Eurostar Terminal in an architecturally stunning Victorian setting.

Dishes displayed on a la carte menus are representative of the type of food available at the restaurant.

Customer reviews for St Pancras Brasserie & Champagne Bar by Searcys
(based on 812 reviews)

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Recommended for

  • afternoon tea (104)
  • al fresco (37)
  • breakfast (112)
  • business (282)
  • child friendly (27)
  • dinner (462)
  • entertainment (47)
  • large parties (121)
  • lunch (366)
  • luxury (207)
  • private dining (115)
  • romantic (188)
  • trendy (89)
  • value (119)
  • views (78)
  • By sarahh1301 from Leicestershire
    21 February 2011

    We dined at 9pm on a Friday evening.Limited choice as on meal deal [$] for 2 courses and glass of bubbly. Sadly the lamb dish (the only meat dish) was unavailable and they didn't replace it. This left us with the option of plaice or a vegetarian tart. We all opted for the fish. It was nice but very small. ALso they seem to use a sort of butter hollandaise sauce over all the meals - first time it's nice - second time becomes very rich and yukky!! I will go back because it is convenient but being on the deal i felt we were treated not as well as those not on the deal. I'm not a fan of that...

  • By Kemlacat from Oxford
    17 February 2011

    We were two couples for a late lunch prior to a theatre trip. The menu dishes were first class, exceeding expectations. The wine choice was surprisingly good. We have no hesitation in both complementing the restaurant and recommending a trip to friends. We will go again.

  • By Foodie D from York
    3 February 2011

    There is no doubting that this is an impressive venue in terms of comfort; decor; location; and ambience. However - and really sadly - the food and service fail to match the hardware. We decided not to order drinks but instead went straight to wine and asked that this be brought right away. 20 mins later and no wine, another waiter approached and asked if we would like to order to the starters...the potted shrimp was tasty and of the right temperature and consistency and was passable even if the accompanying toast was a little overdone (burnt). The dressing on the black pudding, bacon, and poached egg salad was exquisite but this was sadly let down by a dish that a vegetarian wouldnt have turned his or her nose up at! The fish entrees were inexplicably chalk and cheese with a perfectly cooked and seasoned whole plaice and brown shrimp versus a woefully over cooked sea bass. Even the poor old sea bass looked as if he felt let down by the treatment he had received. All this accompanied by a waiter who had clearly been listening closely at waiter school to the bit that instructs french waiters to be aloof to the point of rudeness but sadly he must have skipped the seminar that ensures this is tempered with corresponding finesse and knowledge. As we left - having dedicted the service charge from the bill - we couldnt help notice an elderly fellow diner shouting - face to face - with same waiter from havng ignored his table for more than half an hour. The champagne bar outside is both excellent and impressive - next time we will have a couple of glasses there and perhaps dine elsewhere.

  • By Dogend from London
    29 January 2011

    Had to find receptionist, who was then somewhat brusque; had to find a waiter. Food good, but expensive if not on a deal. Good location and ambiance but noisey

  • By Maz from Wales
    27 January 2011

    The offer we had booked through bookatable was superb - excellent value for money. Would definately go back to the restaurant. The food was very good and the atmosphere was very good. The service was a slight let down and spiolt the experience slightly but all in all was a very good night.

  • By lois armstong from liverpool
    24 January 2011

    Soup great Roast beef-good roast potato -bad veg-cold Jazz-terrible,girl had a nice voice but she tried too hard to scatt and it was in the main well outside her range.

  • By London Visitor from Leeds
    23 January 2011

    Went for a Saturday evening meal. Good service and lovely food. Very nice surroundings, was fairly quiet, but nice and relaxed!

  • By big belly from london,
    23 January 2011

    I loved the choice on the menu..

  • By Lynne from Gravesend
    5 January 2011

    A lovely experience all round. As it was between Christmas and New Year it was quiet but lovely. As we live in Kent access was also easy

  • By Caz & Di from Runcorn
    18 December 2010

    We were only in London for a few hours and wanted somewhere to eat that was on/close to the mainline rail network, that was reasonably priced yet sophisticated and we found the perfect answer at St Pancras. St Pancras station is a great experience in itself for someone who doesn't use the station regularly and the restaurant has a relaxed yet sophisticated astmosphere. We had booked in advance and were taken to our table immediately. The food arrived promptly and was enjoyable and the service was good. The portions were just adequate for 2 middle-aged women but may not have been enough for men!!

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St Pancras Brasserie & Champagne Bar by Searcys
St Pancras Station Euston Road, London, N1C 4QL

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