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the greek larder
arthouse 1 york wayLondonN1C 4AS
Came here on a punt because, as is now very common in Kings Cross, the other places we wanted to go to had no tables and/or the wait was way too long given the time of evening. I am actually very glad we did!
We started with the octopus and the beef rissoles with beans. Although the beef was wonderfully moist and flavourful, I could not get over the beans! Perfectly cooked (not too soggy) and...more
Visited for dinner on a Saturday night. Really hate when restaurant say they don't have any tables when you try to book but there are loads when you get there. They say is by the bar which was nice. However by the time we left those tabled were still empty???
We both had a cocktail for starters and went straight to the main meal. I chose the Pork and friend had the lamb which looked like it...more
I'm always the same old full English breakfast, egg benedict or avocado on toast for breakfast these days. It was so refreshing to go to a central place in London and actually served none of those on the menu for breakfast.
The Greek Larder is in a beautiful place itself, near the canal side of King's Cross, a newly refurbished open space area made nice and green. The restaurant itself was...more
The Greek Larder is perfect for dates.
I've been meaning to visit here since it opened as it often looks pretty full, despite being in a *bit* further than most of the other Kings Cross food options.
The portions are a bit small and so it can work out a little pricy (especially if you drink wine!) BUT everything we ate was just lovely!
- Bread: my husband said he thought this was the best...more
Great Greek food. My friend and I went for dinner. We didn't have any of the mains as quite expensive and only a few I fancied. We went for meze - 6 dishes to shared including fava dip, grilled bread, souvlaki, sausage, vine leaves and saganaki. All of it was delicious so would highly recommend. Also got an aperitif of cucumber, mint and ouzo for £3 which was nice and we shared a bottle of...more