Eatery & Bar
Located at our sister hotel, The Megaro, The Megaro Eatery and Bar has the most decadent menu that will have your tastebuds in a frenzy. Open all day for whatever you fancy.
Don´t even get us started on our pancakes!
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FIRE UP THE GRILL
At The Megaro Eatery, we work closely with the best regional suppliers, sourcing top-quality meat for British classics such as Buccleuch steaks and hearty burgers.
Open all day for whatever you fancy, we serve delicious meat and fish cooked on our Josper Grill. To satisfy your sweet tooth, why not try a piece of our Amalfi lemon meringue pie or amaretto cheesecake? That’s not all – there’s a tempting list of sweet wines and after-dinner cocktails to choose from.
Underground, under the radar and always on the hush hush lives London’s grittiest dive bar – The Megaro’s Piano Bar – where regular after work drink-ups are turned into full-blown swinging booze-ups.
The speakeasy spirit of the prohibition era lives on in the Megaro Bar. Guests can sit back and immerse themselves in sultry low lighting, jazz and great company as our mixologists craft house specialty and classic cocktails from the finest barrel-aged blends deep beneath the Megaro Hotel.
The World’s largest hotel minibar – Minimix sits in the lobby of The Megaro. Part machine part Victorian Steampunk fantasy – guests can help themselves to snacks and cocktails.
In a nod to the history of Kings Cross – the bar is littered with references to the four key materials transported by this major transport hub – ice, coal, steel and blue crystalline (the material used by the ‘Murphy’, tribe of super intelligent mice, to fuel Minimix itself).
Need A little instant gratification? London is calling – join our KX Club for free, flash your club keyring and get exclusive perks like Happy Hour in the Megaro Bar, free upgrades and 10% off at our Eatery. If not now… When?