Located on the upper terrace of St Pancras Station, with outside seating as well as main bar and two dining areas. 3-4 real ales, reasonable wine choice, bar snack menu and a la carte dining. Service can be slow, depending on how busy it is (and it can get very busy). Food and drinks are a bit pricey, but this is central London and a prime location. Take the chance to look outside a the renovated station as well as the original features inside the pub. The atmosphere is buzzy, but not generally too noisy. The dining area closest to the bar is fairly informal with benches and high tables, whereas the bigger dining area is more formal.
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