The Driver in King’s Cross is a modern gastro pub set in a beautiful building which boasts London's first vertical garden. Dining options are split across 2 floors, the ground floor with leather sofas and reclaimed wooden dinning furniture & the 1st floor with laid tablecloths and candlelight. There is a beautiful roof terrace open all year round for our guest’s enjoyment. With a great wine list and in-house cocktail team - drinks are also well catered for.
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Wharfdale RoadLondonN1 9RY
- Public transport:
- London Kings Cross, National Railway
Nice gastro pub hidden off the main streets of Kings Cross. Good food, nice staff and a fabulous roof terrace. Little gem in the area.more
What a lovely restaurant, Staff fantastic, food yum, just needs attention to detail.
The staff are amazingly attentive, friendly and service was excellent and welcoming, Our drinks were topped up, never empty. The staff deserve a massive well done, I felt there was nothing I couldn't have asked for.
The ambiance was nice, had a bit of an eclectic feel, large wooden tables, candle holders,...more
Not a bad option -especially for business dinners as it has large spaces that can be rented and reserved (private). A Kings cross gastropus that remains relatively quiet for its size (several stories- nice roof terrace when weather is nice). The menu,though a little small, is reliably good. They offer a nice drink selection, from which the Merlot is my favorite.more
What a lovely surprise!
My friend and I were wandering around Kings cross (waiting for another friend, who was planning to have a drink with us before jumping on a train to the North.) I had never heard of this pub, and we only came here because I have just received a tastecard through the post, so was keen to see what kind of venues were listed on the tastecard app.
I called as we walked up...more
The bartenders manning the third floor at The Driver deserve a massive round of applause. The ability to keep up with a room full of thirsty patrons without looking at all flustered is a rare talent.
I didn't try them, but the bowls of steaming chips that came out from the kitchens (via dumbwaiter, apparently?) looked tantalising enough to warrant a return trip. Whether that be to the cosy...more