They're viewed as being some of the best Spanish restaurants in London and now Barriafina are coming to the new Coal Drops Yard area in King's Cross.
The Coal Drops Yard is increasingly looking like the place to be with Casa & Plaza Pastor arriving, courtesy of the ever-expanding Harts Group empire. Expect tacos and more Mexican food from the people who brought you El Pastor.
With eyepopping interiors by Tom Dixon and food by Palomar chef and restaurateur Assaf Granit, the first restaurant to open at Coal Drops Yard, The Coal Office, sets the bar for the new development sky high.
Very relaxed is how the former Murano Head Chef Pip Lacey describes her new King's Cross restaurant, which will sit in the top floor of concept store Wolf & Badger with a terrace overlooking Coal Drops Yard.
Respected restaurateur and chef Anthony Demetre is bringing his vision of a Spanish/Italian vermuteria to the new Coal Drops Yard part of King's Cross.
In addition to Barrafina and Casa Pastor, the Hart Bros' third venture at Coal Drops Yard will be a wine bar. We got the scoop on what you can expect when it opens.
East London's Morty & Bob's are bringing hot sarnies, grilled cheese and epic weekend brunches to their new open plan space just off Granary Square.
You might mainly know Alain Ducasse for his three-Michelin-starred restaurant in London (and many more in Paris) but the man also has his own Chocolate enterprise. Until now, the chocs have only been available in Paris or from the Bulgari hotel in Knightsbridge - as well as the Eurostar departure lounge at Gare du Nord - and now it's coming to London.
It's not straying too far from the London
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