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Available lunch & dinner Mon-Sun (Thu-Fri until 18:30 & from 21:00) until 31st October 2017, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Bookings can be made up to 90 days in advance. Includes VAT, excludes service.See menu
- Main course: £18
- Food spend: £48
- Opening hours
- Monday to Thursday: 12:00 - 14:45 & 17:30- 21:45 Friday: 12:00 - 14:45 & 17:30 - 22:45 Saturday: 12:00 - 22:45 Sunday: 12:00 - 20:45.
Brilliant service from all staff
06 August 2017
From Marcus Wareing, Gilbert Scott London showcases fine British produce in the illustrious surrounds of the 19th-century St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. The venue houses a spectacular grand dining room as well as an intimate cocktail bar.
Packed with rich British and European dishes, the Gilbert Scott menu begins with starters such as Dorset crab with smoked almond and pink grapefruit, and pigeon with prune and pistachio terrine. Follow this with Cornish brill with scallop and crab ravioli, Yorkshire lamb with salsa verde, or mushroom Wellington with kale and mushroom velouté. From the grill, sample the 25-day dry-aged Chateaubriand with grilled bone marrow and chips.
The Gilbert Scott bar serves up creative drinks in show-stopping, 19th-century surroundings. World wines are joined by house cocktails, including the Blackberry and Basil Royale, the Rhubarb and Ginger Sour, and The Herbalist, comprising thyme-infused gin, green Chartreuse, elderflower, lime and absinthe.
A truly British institution in an iconic setting, Gilbert Scott restaurant sits yards from the platforms at King’s Cross Rail Station.
The Gilbert Scott
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London, NW1 2AR
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Customer reviews for The Gilbert Scott
((((( 19 August 2017 by Ann Lucas from London
Beautiful decor in a fantastic hotel friendly waiters couldn't do enough to make us feel welcome. Substantial delicious beautifully presented lunch. Would recommend the di g experience.
((((( 19 August 2017 by Sarah Lloyd from St Andrews
Excellent lunch , Old world charm, modern food and friendly professional service.
(((** 18 August 2017 by Margaret Ross from Welwyn Garden City
Sense of occasion very nice and staff very friendly and attentive. Disappointed that vegetables were an extra to the offer although the chips could not have been better. Portion sizes a little stingy especially the custard tart which, as a family favourite, was one of the reasons we took up the offer.
((*** 18 August 2017 by Joyce from London
I booked this restaurant as I saw the offer for three course at £32. The place is beautiful, the service was good. However the food was not very well as I expected, no taste at the starter, the main course chicken was so dry. The dessert cake was ordinary taste, nothing excited. I have tried many fine dining and Michelin starred restaurants, I thought the food here would not be so bad as at least it's under five star hotel. Really not worthy to have meal here. but if you only want to have a cup of coffee or tea, it could be still considered.
((((( 18 August 2017 by Val Gouby from reading
((((( 17 August 2017 by Marilyn Goldberg from London
Great location, brilliant service fabulous food.
((((* 16 August 2017 by Natasha from London
Service was outstanding, I had an offer 3 dishes for 32 £ and a cocktail, I was offered to select a cocktail on arrival which I did but they added it to the bill, so I guess they need to be more clear on what cocktail is on the offer. Food was ok, the tomato and ricotta salad had no flavor, but seabass with matching wine was nice. They gave me a treat to take home- a tiny jar of plum jam. Design is very nice, it was very busy on Tuesday evening
(((** 16 August 2017 by Nathalie Bendahan from London
It was our second time in this restaurant. We really enjoyed our dinner there a few months ago and decided to go back there. We were actually a bit disappointed. We really enjoyed the live piano the first time, and sadly there is no more live piano. The management decided to replace the pianist by a recording of bland elevator music. This is really sad for the talented pianist that we could hear the first time.
Then one of us was a vegetarian. As the matter of fact the vegetarian option of the set menu is a vegan option. They try to shoot 2 birds with one stone, but this makes a very dull vegetarian choice. The main is courgettes, surely in 2 ways, but ONLY JUST courgettes. You'd expect a bit more in a dish, with maybe some eggs, some pulses, whatever. Charging the same price as the non vegetarian is really not worth the money.
Apart from that, the menu for non vegetarian was very nice and service was good.
(((** 14 August 2017 by Julie Steele from London
Very good service
((((( 14 August 2017 by Edgar Chan from Hong Kong
Nice building and excellent dinner.
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