Named after the Greek goddess of fruits of the earth, Karpo serves a fresh, diverse and creative
menu conceived by American-born chef Daniel Taylor. He previously worked at Bond & Brook in Fenwick, Le Café Anglais
with Rowley Leigh, and The Blueprint Café with Jeremy Lee. Karpo is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Venue Details & Map
23 Euston RoadLondonNW1 2SD
- Public transport:
- King's Cross & St. Pancras, Underground
Wow, what a surprise! We stumbled on to this place because we were staying in the adjacent hotel and we're so glad we came in! The service was excellent - very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful! Food was also terrific! Soup and salads were timed well with the main course. We had a salad and the pumpkin soup - very fresh and tasty. For the main course, we had scallops, grilled chicken and...more
Amazing flat white coffee. On par with Melbourne's best! Breakfast was great, sourdough bread not too stiff (it's usually like a rock back home in Melbourne). Slow jazz music makes for a relaxed ambience, on a lazy morning breakfast run. Definitely recommend.more
Small restaurant with an equally small menu.
Came for dinner, although the lunch special seems to be excellent value.
I ordered the scallops to start (£12). Delicious but I felt a little hard done by with only 3!
I ordered the rib eye (£22) which again was great. You have to order sides separately - I ordered the salad which, at £4 for some spinach tossed in olive oil, was a bit steep but...more
Good but very uneven - delicious and reasonably priced mains, nice but ineffective service, small portion sizes for the relatively expensive appetizers. Overall 3.5 stars, but marking as 4 to be charitable, because the host made every effort to give us a good experience.
I booked a table for 4 at Karpo to have dinner with some friends this past Friday and found it to be a mixed bag. First I...more
This was a convenient stop for us since we weren't staying too far from it. We went for breakfast and it wasn't overly crowded which was a surprise considering it's proximity to the international train station.
Service was excellent. We were told we could sit in one spot (which was a bit cramped but fine) or if we waited one min we could have a cafe style table along the wall with greenery....more