Big Chill House is a large Victorian Pub in the heart of London’s King's Cross. Behind the giant windows you can enjoy breakfast in the ground floor arts café, pub grub in the first floor study, a cocktail on the roof terrace and of course a good old knees up anytime, day or night!
Enjoy all the fun of the festival spirit without the mud at Big Chill House with weekly block-rocking DJs, an extensive drinks range and eclectic food menu and guaranteed good vibes!
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Big Chill House
The Big Chill House
257-259 Pentonville RoadLondonN1 9NL
- +44 (0)20 7427 2540
- Public transport:
- King's Cross Thameslink, National Railway
Summer = rooftop, but London also equals Rain. But that did not dampen Isabel and I's spirit. Also, maybe I'm so used to city types because I work there, this place is not city at all, it's buzzing with media and fashion types which isn't a surprising as its so close to Shoreditch and Islington. I felt a bit out of place in my city girl heels and pencil skirt because everyone is super casual....more
My new favourite place in London! The rooftop terrace in the sunshine is brilliant.
The food is really tasty and the atmosphere is chill and summer.
The inside is lovely and cool and their salad options are great.
I'll be back for sure!more
This place I enjoy everyone. Ive been repeatedly over the past ten years.
Good things. Its huge and midweek almost always a seat.
It has a roof top bar... Before it was trendy
The drinks menu is large
It has an ingenious way of letting you know your food is ready...
Its a nice fun vibe without that pretentious Shoreditch vibe
The staff are always super friendly and jn a good mood
long story short: cold fries, cold burger, cold beans - save your time and don't come here!
the only positive thing to say is that the poor selection of beers was at least cold too.more
I feel like I shouldn't like this place, but I really do. Why shouldn't I like it? The name, truly a terrible name, and the exterior of the building makes it look like it's a hostel for Australians. But inside it's quite nice, roomy for friends to meet and the very best part is the roof terrace.
We popped up to watch a film in their rooftop cinema and stopped off to have a drink at the bar....more