Review on The Granary Square Brasserie
Caprice Holdings have opened a lavish new restaurant, The Granary Square Brasserie in the Grade II listed space that formerly housed Bruno Loubet's Grain Store. Occupying part of a huge former Victorian warehouse, now a burgeoning foodie destination in the exciting rejuvenation of the one-time wasteland north of King's Cross station, it is has undergone an opulent transformation.
Illuminated by stunning glass pendant chandeliers, there's electric blue velvet banquettes set against low brass tables, or perch on the burnt orange leather bar stools at the striking central gold bar. Exposed pipes and bare brick give a contemporary edge, while walls are decorated with 18th century ornithological prints. There's a 73-cover terrace overlooking Regent's Canal and Granary Square's floor level fountains for al fresco dining and drinking, with heaters and blankets provided during chilly months.
Executive Chef Sean Burbidge has devised an all day brasserie menu kicking off with fabulous hearty breakfasts including classics like eggs Benedict, pulled honey roast ham on toasted English muffins, two poached hen's eggs with hollandaise sauce and watercress, or pop in for a relaxing brunch at the weekends. From bar snacks, lighter meals, grills and main courses like slow-roasted lamb shoulder, creamed potato, roasted root vegetables, mustard, parsley and shallot crust with a garlic and rosemary sauce, afternoon tea and a delicious selection of desserts, there is something to appeal to everyone on their menu.
There's an extensive wine list including a hand picked selection of Old and New World wines, together with classic cocktails given the GSB twist, as well as cocktails inspired by English herbs and ingredients .
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Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 8.00am (9.00am Sun) through
Dinner: 12.30am (1.30am Fri & Sat & 11.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express