Searcys St Pancras Restaurant and Champagne bar is situated on the upper concourse at the historic St Pancras International station. The restaurant exudes a certain age-old glamour and incorporates our stylish bar. The glamorous Champagne bar, which is Europe’s longest, is situated below the magnificent Barlow Shed, allowing a full appreciation of the amazing architecture of this heritage listed site. See Less
Modern European Restaurant and Champagne bar situated in the heart of the upper concourse at the historic St Pancras International station.
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