Reviving the tradition of the station café that can draw the crowds, the Booking Office's cathedral-like drama - set in the historical ticket office of St Pancras Station - 29m-long bar and fresh English fare are conversation-stoppers at any time of day. The Booking Office Bar lists an array of punches and mixed drinks recreated from lost recipes from the Victorian era, as well as a range of bespoke and seasonal cocktails. The classic delight of afternoon tea is served in Hansom Lounge daily and live music is played on Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays. Open until 3am on Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays.
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The Booking Office Bar & Restaurant
St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
Euston RoadKing's CrossLondonNW1 2AR
Buzzy bar in a beautiful building, the staff are lovely, very relaxed and chatty even though it was very busy. Lots of place to sit but most tables seemed to be reserved. The cocktails were amazing, we just had snacks but they were delicious.more
Just to clarify my rating, the service was 5 star plus and the food was 2 star.
It was set in an atmospheric old building and the service was impeccable. Everyone we encountered was friendly, chatty, attentive, efficient and polite. But the food was very disappointing. Duck Liver Pate (£8.50) was bitter and lacked flavour, but Cornish Crab Cocktail (£12.50) had fresh meaty crab and was...more
Very nice atmosphere!! The drinks are a little more expensive than other places but it's something you expect from such a nice establishment and it's completely worth it for the experience.
This is a great place to go grab some drinks with some friends and sit around and talk for a couple hours. And even a great place to take a date.
They also have finger foods to snack on if you're...more
Was actually staying at the connected hotel so very convenient to pop down for a bite and drink. As other have mentioned the ambience is amazing.
The breakfast buffet is pretty decent. There's a wide selection of food from eggs benedict, fresh fruit, cured meats, etc. your pretty standard fare for a 4-5 star hotel breakfast.
The best part is after hours drinks. The cocktail menu items are...more
I confess I was a little sceptical of this place beforehand - not only was this a bar in a hotel, but also in a train station. It can be tough for such bars to show character, so I suppose my expectations were fairly low.
I needn't have worried - it turned out to be a gorgeously dramatic venue for start-of-the-night drinks. It really is all about the high arching ceiling and gothic spires -...more