Located in central Kings Cross, The Hansom is a dynamic space, proud of its iconic British heritage and set in a modern aesthetic setting, which inspires guests to visit for evening drinks, business meetings or afternoon tea.
The Hansom is King Cross's ultimate destination bar which offers a range of unique cocktails inspired by classics from the 18th and 19th centuries. The cocktail menu is comprised of two main sections: The Hansom Classics and The Hackney Classics.
The Hansom Classics draw influence from the creation of hansom cabs, when life was slower and more indulgent, whereas the Hackney Classics are inspired by Hackney (black) cabs. The Hansom Classics incorporate 18th-century drinking traditions, such as the Oxford Night Cap, the drinking norm at the time at the University of Oxford. The Hackney Classics are based on the 19th-century mixed drinks revolution, with lesser-known drinks like the Jack Rose (1927). A range of craft beers, ales and wines are also on offer.
The all-day dining is very much a British Affair for the modern diner. Expect the likes of Yorkshire pudding wraps or haggis scotch eggs.
Afternoon tea is very much a feature of the Hansom, an iconic British with a twist, including more substantial eats such as wild boar sausage rolls.
The Hansom also offers live music on Thursday to Friday. From DJ to Saxophone to Electric Violin, this music is definitely one to enjoy!
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