In what used to be the St Pancras ticket office, the Booking Office is a restaurant and bar that wants to revive the genre of the grand station café. Inspired by the 1873 opening of the station’s Midland Grand Hotel, staff faithfully recreate Victorian punches and mixed drinks from old recipes. These are best taken at the 29m bar itself. The restaurant delivers classic British fare like Herefordshire short rib or Lancashire hot pot, occasionally nodding to our friends at the other end of the Channel Tunnel. With original architecture as well as breakfast and all-day dining options, the Booking Office is an august stage for a business-focused meal. Across five events spaces, the Booking Office can entertain standing groups from 10 up to 80.
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