Bruno Loubet's King's Cross restaurant has a focus on vegetables, but you'll also find meat and fish on the menu.
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1-3 Stable StreetLondonN1C 4AB
I loved the atmosphere of this place, a large warehouse with a lot of noise...casual place to eat and trendy food. We tried a bunch of things from the brunch menu, foccacia bread with dukkah and oil for dipping...great! Crushed avocado on toast, dukkah & basil oil, scrambled eggs...and Brunos power breakfast as well. All were delicious and we would go back for sure.more
Interesting place. The food isn't that great overall but I really liked the whole atmosphere on Granary Square on a sunny day with kids running around in the fountains by the canal. We ordered sparkling water and it was constantly refilled which was a really nice touch.
My pork/kimchi Chinese pancake was interesting - it was more like (slightly tough) bread with something that looked like...more
We went for brunch, and I had the kimchi with pork pancake. The dish was solid, though I wished it had more character to the flavour. For instance, I wasn't so sure whether they wanted this to be a western pancake with streaks of Asian touch or a traditional Korean kimchi pancake on a larger plate. Either way, they could go from being solid to stellar with more thought.
Service was overall...more
Wow. The Grain Store is a hidden gem! Previously, I considered King's Cross to have little restaurant options. Today I decided to enlist the powers of Yelp to find a place close to the station for a farewell lunch for my mom and sister. I wanted something nice, but not too expensive and something yummy, but not too unique or spicy. The Grain Store fulfilled all these requirements and...more
The Grain Store, I've had my eye on you for a while and finally I was able to give you a try! I had intended on visiting the caravan next door but they had your typical 45 minute wait - meh, but I was so happy to discover that Grain Storewas just next door. We headed in and were seated straight away at the bar - we all know bar seated eating is the way forward in London now, right?