Unit 1 Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
+44 20 3058 2567
Mon-Sat 7am-10.30pm Sun 8am-10pm
Time Out Says...
This King’s Cross restaurant, the newest of three branches, overlooks King’s Boulevard, the walkway that leads from King’s Cross north to the Regent’s Canal and Granary Square. Tables outside on a quiet piazza catch the sun from 7am until 4pm. On a warm evening it’s surely London’s best new spot for alfresco dining...Granger will forever by known as the man who gives good brunch, but consider him for dinner too. He’s brought Aussie-style sunshine to King’s Cross. His dishes are earnest and well-considered, which is a great achievement when spanning more continents and food trends than most of us will explore in a lifetime.
A “small plate” of raw tuna and avocado poke (Hawaiian salad) was the size and price of a big plate (£15.50), but semantics aside was very good, with fat chunks of meat and a sweet, smokey soy, sesame and rice wine dressing...Bill Granger has mastered the art of folksy cooking with an international twist, and his light, natural food leaves you feeling clean and invigorated.
The new Granger & Co has just opened in Kings Cross, it’s not as big as the others but there’s still plenty of space. On the menu there’s a good selection of the most popular dishes from his restaurants and a few new additions. We started with a plate of the addictive courgette chips, nigella seeds and tahini yoghurt and a couple of the Spritz cocktails.