As well as the main dining hall, guests can also book a lively Chef’s Table in the restaurant’s engine room and an elegant Private Dining Room for groups of up to 18.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) a clienti|
£41 and over
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The Gilbert Scott
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Euston RoadLondonNW1 2AR
Top 5 reviews of The Gilbert Scott
The thing about London yea? It's medieval and modern at the same time. You come off the tube, come up to the street, go through some doors and instantly you are transported to another time and place. At Gilbert's /St Pancras Hotel, the decor is to live for and the breakfast I had was transcendent and rich- just like the setting.
Must do again. more
The Gilbert Scott a restaurant part of the grand St Pancras Renaissance A restaurant sympathetically designed to fit in as part of the old historical Victorian hotel it's linked to offering an all day dining option including a wonderful afternoon tea at their bar.
The bar is quite dimly lit and it's dark grey leather banquets and chairs against its deep red walls doesn't help make it any... more
Decided to book here for my wife's birthday, and were not disappointed. While I think there was overall some niggles that could be resolved, I was quite pleased with the outcome overall. We arrived slightly before our booked time and were shown to our table. It had the corner of a larger booth, so we sit on the two adjoining sides of a table rather than opposite each other. First niggle was... more
Disgusting! I traveled from NYC to London for the first time last week. As I was walking down from Kings Cross, I was mugged in front of this restaurant. Being in a completely new place and loosing my only form of communication and direction, I ran inside. I was then turned away because according to the host they "had to much to deal with today". She refused to call the cops and refused to... more
Fancy, fancy! Lovely little spot for quiet drinks in decadent surroundings. Really loved the decor in this lovely bar (part of The St Pancreas Renaissance hotel) - plush leather seats, dim lighting and a grand bar.
It's not cheap in terms of prices (one of those places where the coaster and snacks -popcorn -arrive before your drink does). But when the drink does arrive, my are you impressed... more