King’s Cross used to be the kind of neighbourhood you’d dart in and out of faster than the Flying Scotsman.
Thanks to some considerable rejigging in recent years, the transport hub has become a destination of other sorts. Rather than heading straight to the grab-and-go section for something to eat on the train, plenty of new restaurants are tempting Londoners to linger until dangerously near departure time.
Street food sensation Kerb founded its very first market in Granary Square six years ago and continues to go from strength to strength, while sandwich shops like Bodega Rita’s and Morty & Bob’s are flying the flag for cheap eats in Coal Drops Yard. Missed your train? You could do worse than spending the interlude at Bar Pepito, a gem of a sherry bar at tapas spot Camino. Continue at Source: The 12 best restaurants in King’s Cross