Review on St Pancras Grand Brasserie
Following the success of the longest Champagne Bar in Europe, Searcy's have opened the St Pancras Grand Brasserie, a destination restaurant directly opposite for those who want something more substantial than a few glasses of fizz. Inside, St Pancras Grand lives up to its name with leather banquettes and a roof be-speckled with gold leaf.
The kitchen cranks up the pace from early-morning breakfast for St Pancras commuters right through the day and well beyond home time in the evening (late trains included). Stoically patriotic British cooking is the order of the day, all delivered by head chef Chris Dines.
Expect nostalgia and traditional flavours aplenty from a menu that promises potted salmon, Constance Spry salad with salad cream, Country Captain chicken curry, and braised beef ribs with seventeenth-century spices. Oysters, caviar and lobsters also get in on the act, along with steak tartare, side orders of bubble 'n squeak and afters including sherry trifle and rice pudding with strawberry jam.
A dedicated Whisky Bar up at one end of the restaurant is the latest addition to the set-up. It will feature a menu of rare drams and tipples from Scotland and beyond - some no longer in production.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 7.00am through
Dinner: 11.00pm (8.00am - 8.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express