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Perfect location for Kings Cross station, a good place to kill time while waiting for a train or as a meeting point.
Drinks are usual hotel prices, so don’t pop in if your on a tight budget.
The staff are always polite and courteous.
I went for a drink with my brother on Monday 2 gin and tonics costing just under £12 very reasonable. However we went again the following evening before i caught my train. Ordered 2 gin and tonics £19! The receipt said 2 doubles. No way...More
Just as you arrive at King's Cross station you can locate the GNH Bar its tucked away and easily missed, inside it has an exclusive club type feel to it, service very good, fine alcohol choices and well worth a pint.
Having travelled many miles throughout our railway empire, and become more and more discouraged that our continental friends can do it so much better; this bar really is very nice. Nicely decorated inside in muted tones, and if you wish to drink outside, then the...More
Having lived in London for most of my life, I thought I'd pop in here for a breakfast and coffee. My order was misunderstood and I received 3 different plates of what was a full english breakfast. Half of it was cold, the bacon dry...More
I popped in here for a drink with a friend before a train and ordered a whiskey sour and a cosmopolitan. The whiskey sour was fine, the cosmopolitan was weak and pale, and at £9.50 a drink really disappointing. I don't accept that the prices...More
First time here lastnight i was in awe❤️❤️ great place to hang out with friends for a couple of drinks. It looks so posh, love the chandelier and it's in KingsCross 👍👍 very pricey but then yo expect that in London 😂 will come again...More
Plush surroundings, great service . We were looking for a quick drink while waiting for a train and noticed this calm oasis in the hustle and bustle of Kings Cross Station. We nipped upstairs to the Martini rooms and enjoyed a lively, peppery Cotes de...More