A lively pub drumming up all the traditions and customs of a traditional Irish watering hole, O'Neill's King's Cross offers a relaxed ambience, classic hospitality and a seasonally changing menu. As well as a host of favourite Irish ales behind the bar, traditional recipes and a sterling Sunday roast, guests can enjoy regular live music performances late into the evening.
|Average main course||£12.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£21.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
73-77 Euston RoadLondonNW1 2QS
- +44 (0)20 7380 0464
- Public transport:
- King's Cross & St. Pancras, Underground
Top 5 reviews of O'Neill's
Two friends and I stopped in for dinner and the downstairs was rather busy so we went upstairs to be able to get some food. We were seated immediately in the corner and after 25 minutes of the waitress deliberately ignoring us and serving the surrounding tables and not helping us we ended up leaving. more
The food is hit or miss, but it's a good spot for groups- plenty of brews, lots of tables and TVs, and most booths have outlets for charging your devices. We tried a few beers and shared the bangers and mash and a sticky toffee pudding. Bangers exceeded expectations and had a solid accompanying gravy, but the STP went unfinished- their version is plated in a pool of custard and drizzled with... more
Myself and a couple of famished friends frequented this bar after an exhausting day in the hopes of grabbing some grub before heading home. It was 10pm and we were slightly worried we may have missed the kitchen, but they serve food until 11pm!! Huzzah!
There's plenty of seating here with great spaces for groups, for anyone considering visiting with a group.
The food prices are really good, I... more
While at London St. Pancras Train Station, which is an amazing architectural building, but that's another review! I noticed a this Pub across the street and thought I'd grab a Pint.
Now, like most folks when the weather is nice, you stand outside and enjoy the weather. However, the staff must've been short-handed because the wait for a Pint took awhile. I walked in and felt the tension and... more
I was in a bit of a rush and wanted to mark Kings Cross of the list of pubs to visit (even though there is actually one inside the station, though I didn't go and look for it). This is basically one of those chain pubs, and the thing that makes me like it even less is that they don't even give it an original name. Well, at least you know what you are going to get when you come here, so it does... more