The menu is fascinating and diverse, the surroundings are grand but not intimidating, the service is as perfect as you could wish without being fussy. You must take your time in selecting your meal. You may find some dishes too rich for your taste, but don't be put off by unusual combinations. All are very fine, very original and reward close study and careful selection - don't hesitate to ask the waiter for advice. The room is astounding and the atmosphere is relaxed and casual. There is a splendid bar adjacent inside the complex's own entrance . The prices are reasonable and the value is excellent. Marcus Wareing has a triumph on his hands in keeping with the beautifully renovated and historic St Pancras Hotel in which the restaurant and bar are located.
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