The Gilbert Scott

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Details
St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel (Euston Rd)
London, NW1 2AR
+44 20 7278 3888
English, Cocktail
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: Noon–3:00 PM Sun: Noon–10:00 PM

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  • Marcus Wareing's elegant British brasserie is open at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Named after the building's original architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott - enjoy great British Classics!
  • Try the Londonist cocktail. 1) Because it's cracking. 2) Because it's called The Londonist. Tell the bar staff we sent you.
  • Achtung! This is not a late night spot. If you want to keep drinking, head to the Booking Office across the hall, open until the last people leave.
  • The food was great the environment wonderful. Shame about the service.
  • Beautiful building, well worth paying a premium for coffee
  • "A new Marcus Wareing joint was always going to be a big deal, but this grand location makes it even more special..."
  • Try the Beetroot-Cured Wild Salmon - Zingy
  • Save room for desert. They are amazing!!
  • Burger sliders just perfect! Good match with Aviation/Corps revival from the cocktail card.
  • Sat at the chefs table 7 courses with wine for each dish - bloody marvellous
  • One of the nicest cocktail bars in the city
  • Good food, incredible venue.
  • Expensive, but great cocktails and a beautiful building.
  • This place is drop dead gorgeous. Don't forget to ask to see the other food menu...
  • Just the most beautiful beautiful bar- and surprisingly quiet. Good cocktails!
  • Superb building, room and service. Menu limited and some misses.
  • Go for cocktails if you don't want to splash out on dinner, it's beautiful setting and they are really yummy
  • Fancy cocktails and a limited but solid food menu with mostly small plates. You can make a meal out of the burger, which comes with a wedge salad, though; don't forget to ask for a steak knife.
  • Great cocktails
  • Service was outstanding. Drinks are inventive/good. Heirloom tom starter seemed like it was poached first (lil softer than it should have been) and the poached hake was perfectly cooked and delish.