Located above the hustle and bustle of St. Pancras International on the Grand Terrace, our 1920’s Art Deco style restaurant and our innovative open air champagne bar are true hidden gems. Designed by Martin Brudnizki, both exude an air of opulence and sophistication, combining the romance of travel from a bygone era with fabulous, modern European dining.
Discover a stunning brasserie in the regenerated St Pancras International Station, situated opposite the Searcys Champagne Bar on the Grand Terrace. This unique London brasserie menu combines old favourites with modern classics using seasonal, local ingredients.
The Champagne Bar
Boasting the title of ‘Europe’s longest champagne bar’ the 98m space housing the St Pancras Grand Champagne Bar is truly breath taking. The magnificent location allows panoramic views of the entire station terminal, showcasing the glorious wrought iron and glass ceiling overhead.
There’s seating for 110 and plenty of standing room. Twelve banquettes line the length of bar and flattering pools of light from Art Deco lamps encourage intimate conversations. With a ‘press for champagne’ button and table service your glass will never be empty. Individual blankets and fan heaters are provided in every banquette including heated leather seats, which you can adjust to ward off the cold.Packages
Bespoke 2017 Christmas packages available upon request- available in the private dining room & champagne bar