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
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
Had the vegetarian English breakfast, I expected at least one vegetarian sausage in it but no, there were only loads of potato cakes , and they tasted very blend, not as nice as I expected. But the hall was just amazing, amazing old train station looking interior! 5 star for the environment!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
I'd give this place a 4 or 5 star rating based on the decor and food, but the service is so poor, it's gotta be a 3.
Ambience is utterly gorgeous. Would be a good venue for a date, or to take some out-of-towners. I love the gothic spires, wooden accents, arched windows and artful interior lighting.
Drinks: Cocktails slightly pricey at £12 each, and to be honest, tasted good but none of...more
4* Food & Service
Service was impeccable even though we weren't guests of the institutional hotel.
The moment I walked in, the concierge rushed to help me with my bag up three steps. Had to shoo them away since I was fine with the bag.
I was out at the lobby area for a business meeting. We ordered drinks, lunch and dessert.
I got the sticky toffee with clotted cream and (non alcoholic)...more