Searcys St Pancras Grand Champagne Bar will appeal to those who are hungry for romance and adventure. Just wandering around the awe-inspiring, restored Victorian station should get you in the mood for a glass of champagne from Europe's longest champagne bar, which has more than 100 different delights to choose from.
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Searcys St Pancras Grand Champagne Bar
Grand Terrace, Upper Concourse
St Pancras International StationLondonN1C 4QL
- +44 (0)207 870 9900
I come here regularly, darling.
Sure, the champagne isn't cheap, but champagne isn't cheap anywhere.
Ultimately, no other champagne bar in London can beat Searcys old Hollywood glamour. The art deco features make you feel like you're stepping back in time. Sit in a heated banquette booth in winter and pretend you're about to head off to Paris on the next Eurostar. Or, if you're like me,...more
Celebrated a successful day of sightseeing here with family. The staff are friendly and helpful. Service was good (a little slow for American standards but not bad for European standards).
Good menu selections. Food was prepared very well. Prices were on the high side but similar for other hotel/tourist locations. Wine list is compact but has some good selections.
Manager was very nice...more
Service left a bit to be desired but I imaging they get a lot of turn over. Wait staff seemed more interested in hanging out chatting behind the bar than actually working. We had to signal each time we wanted anything.
Snacks were good as was the sparkling and the G&T.
Interesting place with fun scenery.more
There is something very glamorous about sipping champagne in William Henry Barlow's Victorian "cathedral of the railways".
Located on the upper concourse of St Pancras Station, this place is stylish, sophisticated, and nothing like what you'd expect from a neighbor of the Eurostar. The sleek white table top bar and dining area are alluring- if not inviting. The bubbly itself is the reason...more
This may be the bet gin cocktail I've had in London.
I was dubious about a champagne bar in the station, considering other things tried there have been... less than stellar, we shall say. But this was a wonderful surprise. Located on the second floor right next to resting trains (at least I think they were. The one next to us stayed stationary all night, making for great ambiance),...more