Tucked away between London’s Euston and St Pancras stations on Chalton Street, Romance Mediterranean Restaurant is a bustling bistro-style restaurant popular with commuters, local office workers and coffee-loving locals. With its brightly lit shop front and vibrant interior - which is decorated with wooden furniture, ceiling fans, chalkboard specials menus and pot plants - Romance is a great place for business breakfasts, casual lunches and animated evening meals with colleagues, family or friends. Just off Euston Road, the restaurant is close to the British Library and Romance’s menu includes everything from soups and salads to pasta.
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Romance Mediterranean Restaurant
3-9 Chalton StreetKing's CrossLondonNW1 1JD
- Public transport:
- Euston, Underground
I'm glad we stopped in here for a last minute dinner. The food was excellent, from the Feta Cheese Borek to the Mushroom Risotto. The dining room was well appointed, yet casual. Seating was ample, and the staff was eager to please. I highly recommend a visit!more
Amazing place! We went early (around 5:30) and it wasn't busy at all. The good was amazing and the sangria I got was delicious. Then prices weren't bad at all for the amount of food we got! It was roomy and not crowded at all. I will definitely think about going back next time we're in London!more
The romance restaurant is not nearly as intimate and romantic as you'd think from the name alone. It felt like a deli but with glassware - it was a bit odd. The casual Mediterranean restaurant is still fairly popular among the business sort and locals. They offer a nice two course lunch for a fair price. Last there I ordered hummus and a penne pesto. The food was very delightful and portions...more
Romance restaurant is one of those places where you really don't expect it to serve such quality food. It really is a hidden gem, located near Euston. It used to be called Caprice. Have no idea why they would change the name. We entered with a group buying site voucher so really did not expect much. Looking on the outside it was fairly empty and not much to make it stand out. Although saying...more
Two extremely charming and beautiful women have taken over this space from what used to be Bella 2, which was a rather lacklustre Italian joint.
Fairly typical mediterranean fare - mixed meze, various salads, pastas etc - all decent hearty portions at reasonable prices. The wine selection is also pretty good and, you can enjoy a great meal in great company even if you're dining alone.