Eat Out To Help Out

Dining out at St. Pancras just got kinder on the purse-strings. From 3 August to 31 August a number of the station's pubs, restaurants and cafes will be taking part in the government's Eat Out To Help Out campaign, a scheme that offers customers 50% off their dining in food bill every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August. Here's what the station has to offer... 

The Barrel Vault

Breakfast, lunch and dinner - The Barrel Vault has you covered! The pub's menu has something for everyone from your full English breakfast, teas and coffees, to gourmet burgers and delicious curries. 

You'll find The Barrel Vault in the station's Circle at the bottom of the escalators leading to the Southeastern platforms. It's a great place to enjoy a sociable catch up over some traditional pub grub. Download the Wetherspoon app to make ordering even more seamless.

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The Betjeman Arms

The Betjeman Arms is the perfect spot to enjoy a coffee and grab a bite to eat before catching a train or heading off to explore the King's Cross area. The pub is situated on the station's picturesque Grand Terrace and on sunny days we'd definitely recommend booking a table outside on the Euston Terrace. 

Expect to enjoy some hearty pub food, fine wines and real ales all within a warm and vibrant atmosphere.

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El&n Cafe

Our EL&N cafe only opened for the first time in July however it's quickly become one of our favourite places to have a coffee and enjoy a bite to eat.

If you haven't been to one of their other London cafes before, boy, you're in for a treat! EL&N's become known as one of London's most Instagrammable chain of cafes. The great coffee and tasty bites coupled with the style and ambience make EL&N a must visit... but don't just take our word for it, follow them on Instagram and you'll know what we mean. 

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Joe & The Juice

Does Joe & The Juice serve up the best smoothies in King's Cross? Absolutely! Although it's possible we're a little bit biased, so you'll have to find out for yourself.

We can however say that our Joe & The Juice have created a super relaxed spot in the station for customers to drop in and take a moment before catching a train. 

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Pret A Manger

Tasty sandwiches, wraps and salads galore! Most of us are familiar with the deliciousness on offer at Pret, however the Eat Out To Help Out scheme is a good opportunity to give ourselves a little extra time to sit in and try something new.

Our Pret cafe has also recently rolled out mobile checkout to make paying for lunch even easier and contact free - all you need to do is scan the QR code in store.

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Sourced Market

Here at St. Pancras we don't like to be 'usual' - our Sourced Market seems to be a good case in point as it brings the unique characteristics of a farmers market to an international train station, an unusual combination we think you'll agree. Sourced Market has become one of the station's longest standing foodie spots and it's a fantastic place to drop-by. 

From breakfast, lunch and dinner to everything in-between, our Sourced Market are absolute experts in sourcing delicious produce from small UK based producers. Whether you're after a quick sit-in coffee or a more substantial bite to eat, Sourced Market is the place to be.

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Eat Out To Help Out