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
- +44 (0)20 7324 4466
Still not convinced as they have never fully delivered.....
Went years ago when it first opened for brunch and was disappointed with my one egg with canned nopales.
I went for a quick lunch and had a small portion of ravioli and went home and ate more.
I tried to sit at the bar seats at the high tables that are incredibly uncomfortable so we had to move to the low bar seats. I found the bar...more
This one has grown on me with time. The very first time we visited was just after the restaurant's opening. I probably would've given it two stars that time around. The staff was pretty 'meh' and the food was a bit scattered. I had a plate of duck hearts that were rubbery and just plain unappetizing.
Since then, I've been a few more times for lunch. The service has improved tremendously....more
An excellent restaurant. I think I could have picked anything off the menu and would have left happy, but the items I did pick (baked beans with a sausage and scrambled eggs, and a side of lentil dhal) were outstanding. The service was generally attentive and friendly, although they did forget my lentil side and needed a reminder (a minor qualm in my book). The value is good. The ambiance is...more
We booked way in advance to get a table outside at Grain Store for brunch. Judging from the atmosphere, Granary Square is the place to go on the weekends, with both Grain Store and Caravan dominating the area.
We ordered the Potato pancake with sour cream leeks, poached duck egg, Tobiko wasabi caviar (9.5) and the Popcorn Grits with spring onions, chestnut mushrooms, prosciutto lardons...more
I would visit the Grain Store simply for it's surroundings. Located in the rather newly refurbished Granary square, both the outside seating with Canal views and inside seating with stylish decor and fixtures are worth your time.
My girlfriends and I stopped here for breakfast prior to the London Wine Week festival located nearby. We called the morning of for reservations, but there was...more