The Fellow in Kings Cross provides hearty British/French cuisine in stylish surroundings. The 1st floor cocktail bar and terrace The Black Door is a glamorous after dinner retreat where you can enjoy classic cocktails of a bygone era. The top floor offers private dining in a cool, retro styled room.
Venue Details & Map
24 York WayLondonN1 9AA
- +44 (0)20 7833 4395
- Public transport:
- London Kings Cross, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Fellow
A pub in Kings Cross, just round the corner from the station, part of the way down York Way.
Its a nicely made up pub and for a Sunday afternoon it's a pleasant space to pass the time, being the first of my group to arrive I checked the place out while looking for a place to sit, the upstairs bar was closed but I did find the nice roof terrace. A little cold though so I went back downstairs.... more
What a nice pub. Just to the side of Kings Cross Station, on the corner lies this has to pub. With two layers, including a little roof terrace - it's the perfect spot for an after work drink or a post travel beverage.
Their roof terrace isn't huge but they do well with seating and space. The remaining two floors are spacious with plenty of room for standing and sitting. I can imagine it very... more
Bit of a challenge to find a decent pub in King's Cross, to me it's a passing through place. Tonight, I'm stuck in a local Travelodge for an evening. Plenty of faceless, corporate places but a wee walk uncovers this gem. Lively but with quiet corners for the lone, book reading patron. So what makes it worthy of a review? A friendly word from the barman, a well lit corner for reading, an... more
Quite a chilled bar, the roof terrace was packed when we went - it is on the small side - so we couldn't enjoy the use of that unfortunately. Sad face.
The use of space inside is good, plenty of seating and the air con was thoroughly welcome considering how melt the weather is being.
Drink prices were great, food was on the more expensive side, though I didn't have any so can't comment on... more
On a nice Sunday afternoon in London this place was shockingly and delightfully quiet. The interior of the pub is lovely and comfortable, the staff is nice, and overall I liked this place a lot. The food is just ok (we had the cauliflower and the chips) but I would definitely be back for some more drinks and to enjoy a nice weekend afternoon. more