What: Sons and Daughters
In a nutshell: Pidgin goes casual in King's Cross.
Summing it all up: James Ramsden and Sam Herlihy already have a winner with Pidgin and now they're looking to open a more casual restaurant in King's Cross.
They may have recently shuttered Magpie in Mayfair, but the duo behind Pidgin, James Ramsden and Sam Herlihy, are already opening a new place - this time in King's Cross.
They're among the latest to join Coal Drops Yard, and as yet they're keeping fairly quiet about what they've got planned, but it does sound like it'll be a far cry from what we've seen at Pidgin or Magpie. Apparently, we can expect a "menu of sandwiches, salads, soft-serve ice creams, cocktails, beers, wines on tap, and organic coffee".
What that translates to, we'll have to see. It'll be the second sarnie stop to set up there - locals also have Bodega Rita's to grab their lunchtime sandwich from, the lucky so and sos.
More about Sons and Daughters
Where is it? Coal Drops Yard
When does it open? May 2019
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