British and modern European-style restaurant located at the Great Northern Hotel near St Pancras International station.
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Plum + Spilt Milk
Great Northern Hotel
King’s CrossLondonN1C 4TB
There's two things this restaurant offers, style and substance, rarely something you can attain both of in London.
The ambience of the restaurant is of classic, luxurious sophistication, modernised with little quirks such as the lighting. Whilst the room has an air of class, it's warmed by the friendly service from staff.
The food was delicious, served in proportions that would better suit...more
Meal ordered: Ribeye steak and Baked Alaska (for two)
Pros: 1) The service is impeccable. I asked where I could find the toilets and instead of pointing (which in itself is quite normal and acceptable), the waiter walked me to the door. Dinner service was excellent; the staff again were very attentive. 2) The ambiance is great. I was in a party of six and even though the restaurant was full,...more
This place is a little fancier than I'd bargained on. The prices don't reflect the grandeur and the (imo) affected attitude of the staff. Ordering tap water I got 'very good madam'.... maybe I'm just not used to it.
On the most important note the food was delicious. I had the burratta salad with marinated roated courgette. My friend's superfood-ish salad was also tasty and a massive portion....more
Good choice, Rachel Z. One of my favourite SF Yelp friends was in town and for her farewell brunch, we came up with Plum and Spilt Milk (my shortlist, her final choice)
The restaurant is located inside the Great Northern Hotel located between King's Cross and St Pancras train stations. The hotel and the dining room are quite magical, perhaps appropriate for a hotel attached to the famous...more
5 of us had brunch there and it lasted from 10:30am- 4pm, could this be a world record?
Before leaving London I met up with some of my favourite Yelpers for brunch here. After examining a list of potential brunch spots, we decided on Plum because it was easy to make reservation and easy to get to (right outside of King's Cross).
It's an elegant restaurant. Leather couches and arm chairs,...more