The revitalisation of King's Cross continues apace with the news this week that a new street market will be held weekly to the north of the station. The launch of Eat St market in King's Boulevard comes hard on the heels of Central St Martins moving into Granary Square to the north of the station.
Each week will see four different street food vendors setting up shop on a Thursday and Friday starting from tomorrow (6 October)between 10am and 4pm. To get there, walk up Pancras Road between King's Cross and St Pancras and head towards Goods Way.
The traders on site for the market's first day will be Jamon Jamon (paellas), Bhangra Burger, Healthy Yummies (homemade sausages and beer-braised beans) and Homeslice (woodfired pizzas). The following day (7 Oct) will see Hardcore Prawn (soup noodles with asian meat skewers), Buen Provecho (Mexican) and The Rib Man (does what it says on the tin) as well as Jamon Jamon once again.
On the 14th October. there'll be kimchi sliders courtesy of Kimchi Cult, Choc Star will be serving up their great shakes, ice-cream and hot chocolates and Anna Maes will have pulled pork sandwich and Mac 'n' Chesse. Banhmi11 will pop over from their usual spot at Broadway market on the 20th alongside Tongue 'n' Chees and Hot Dinner's favourite Big Apple Hot Dogs.
To see the full list of which traders will be at King's Cross on which days go to the Eat St website.