New Look for King’s Cross

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The CD-Traveller team typically heads to St Pancras and the area that surrounds King’s Cross to catch the Eurostar but a recent visit to N1, revealed that the area has become something of a destination in its own right.

Kings Cross Redevelopment (image courtesy John McAslan + Partners)

Kings Cross Redevelopment (image courtesy John McAslan + Partners)

The St Pancras champagne bar and St Pancras hotel (which is being hailed as London’s most romantic building) have been joined by an exciting array of bars and restaurants on the brand new Kings Boulevard. The tree lined street which links the station with Granary Square (home to Central St Martins as of a few weeks ago), boasts old favourites like Lucky Chip and Big Apple in addition to newcomers such as Stewed and Baked, Yum Bun, Tongue ‘n’ Cheek and co.

Factor in four food traders who will rotate every Thursday and Friday for variety and the gorgeous ground floor, canalside cocktail bar in Kings Place (The Guardian’s swanky new headquarters), and it’s clear that there’s more to King’s Cross than first meets the eye.

For the full low-down on the new look King’s Cross, visit http://www.eat.st/kings-cross/

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