The Gilbert Scott is an elegant restaurant and bar, showcasing the finest British seasonal produce in the 19th-century surrounds of St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, and provides guests with the ultimate grand dining experience.View Private Dining Details
3 courses, a cocktail & a signed copy of Marcus Wareing's 'New Classics': £35. From a set menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 5 March 2018
Ends: 5 June 2018
Availability: Sun 12:00-20:45
Mon-Thu 12:00-14:45 17:30-21:45
Fri 12:00-14:45 17:30-22:45
Booked set menu for a special Saturday night birthday. Food was brilliant, especially the beetroot starter and the chocolate dessert. The staff were so helpful, they couldn’t do enough to help. They brought a special dessert for the birthday girl and we’re so apologetic that the free cookbook wasn’t available
Our dining experience overall was excellent. Service exceptional as was the value. We had 3/4 courses for £30! A few dishes had supplements, but even they were not expensive. Food presentation really good too, and would happily return, special price or not
Very disappointed with the vegetarian option on the set menu. Overpowering taste of mustard killed any other flavours. Have eaten in all the Marcus Wareinv restaurants and had wonderful food bug not on this occasion unfortunately.
Had a lovely glass of champagne and my friend had a cocktail in the bar prior to a gorgeous meal on the day of the Royal Wedding making it a special date.
An excellent experience
I Love this place and been many many times to dine and just for cocktails, but I checked my bill the next day and I had been charged £3 for two glasses of tepid tap water (Thames Water’s finest!) then to be charged service on top has left a bad taste in my mouth! I have tweeted them so let’s see if I get a response
Food executed very well. Service a bit slow but the restaurant was full. I gave. Budget for wine and recommendation was great. Overalll it was a great evening.
Fantastic experience, my guest from California was most impressed, it’s great that the service and food match the elegance and rich history of the venue.
Great food but the service in both the bar and restaurant was very slow. It took over 20 minutes for cocktails to arrive at the bar.
The quality of food was very good indeed, its presentation excellent.Compliments to the chef!
An overall supervisor for each table would have made the service smoother and faster.
This is our second visit , we will definitely be making a third
Since I last fined at Gilbert Scott it seems to have become a little meaner - bread is now charged an extra £3.40 and in the bar you have to buy nuts rather than be ‘given’ the smoked popcorn. It all felt less than generous.
From the moment we arrived the greeting was welcoming , the dining hall is stunning, the cocktail was delicious, the bread moorish and all the food tasted fantastic and was superbly presented, all the staff are friendly and approachable which is refreshing in a higher end establishment. Well done all ! We will return !
It was a special occasion. The food was good, the location good. But boy was it a dull culinery experience. Sorry, but I expected much more. Especially for the price.
Would have been 5 star but unfortunately the 2 ladies on reception desk at the restaurant when we arrived, all be it 10 minutes early, were to say the least unhelpful bordering on rude. A shame as apart from this every other staff member we encountered were excellent, very helpful, very knowledgable and very pleasant to engage with.
Wonderful meal and very well looked after. The lighting was a little bright and tables too close together which meant you could hear every word your neighbours were saying plus tables for two were very small but overall, we had a beautiful meal and can’t wait to go back.
The Gilbert Scott remains one of my favourite restaurants. The food is always good, and the dining room is such a beautiful space. I will keep coming back.
Been here several times before and am never disappointed. The food is brilliant - I had a salmon starter followed by pork belly which was just the right balance of tastiness and naughtiness! The sommelier is also excellent - clearly knows his stuff but is humorous with it. Service was spot on as ever. Not a place to go if you want to rush because it's good to savour the total experience.
We have a team lunch for work colleagues last Friday. The cocktails to start with were lovely, the food was delicious, the wine was good and the service was excellent. We didn't want to go back to work. We enjoyed a pleasant relaxing lunch, which was not too long though, we didn't have to wait for ages for any of the courses, it was all "just right". We were also given a signed copy of Marcus Wareing's, what a wonderful take-away!
Always a treat - excellent menu in lovely surroundings
We really enjoyed the meal, cocktail, and love the cookbook
Really enjoyed. Cannot wait to go back. The food and service was outstanding.
Amazing! I want to come back again and again. I'm a huge foodie and when it comes to 'special' evenings a bit of a snob sometimes but I could not fault a single thing. Every plate was delicious even my courgette salad starter (hard to believe by the name of it but I promise as a non salad lover it was device!) the offer was very well priced and the setting felt like I was part of the rich & famous. Can not recommend enough, I will be coming back more than once.
A beautiful place for any occasion
I was surprised at all the additional costs, on a set menu, particularly the chicken.
The service was fair and the lift was difficult to use for one of my guests.
Firstly the food was excellent, however I booked the table early part of the year for a special birthday celebration as we were staying in the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. I was disappointed as I selected the three course menu inclusive of cocktails for the special rate. On arrival of the bill the cost was higher and the staff didn't recognise or acknowledge throughout the meal it was a special birthday celebration. There were other parties celebrating birthdays which the staff acknowledged. I mentioned I had confirmation via email the menu was three courses plus cocktails for £30 and we were celebrating a special birthday. The Waitress amended the bill and apologised they overlooked the birthday celebration. There was no suggestion of offer of a drink or anything just apology. Customer services is key in any restaurant and I feel this definitely was overlooked and a shame as the food was excellent.
Overpriced wine and food. Food was ok but very small portions and expensive, wine very overpriced and mediocre. It use to be a nice place, but something has happened to it. Wouldn't recommend. Definitely not going back.
Creative food in an historic setting. Good service and reasonable value. Vegetarian options were limited but 'best veggie meal out' accolade nonetheless.
A very lovely restaurant. The dining room is stunning with amazing high ceilings and interior decor. Comfy but classy all round. Good service, excellent cocktails and a great bar at the front. Food was the lunch set menu that had lots of options and came in at £35 for 3 courses, a cocktail and a cookbook - total bargain for what was very good food, particularly the fish and the desserts. Would return for sure - a great spot for a fancy lunch around the busy kings cross area.
Very good food, attractively presented; excellent service; lovely venue; special diets taken care of; not too crowded (it was Saturday lunch); soft furnishings which absorb sounds therefore good for conversation. We were five; four of us chose the £30 for set menu of 3 courses or £35 for same plus beekeeper cocktail and Marcus Waring recipe book; one went a la carte for a wheat-free and dairy-free main course only. We were all pleased. Bill came to about £50 per head, including extra side dishes, wine and service. The beekeeper cocktail was refreshing and pleasant though didn't seem to have much alcohol in it. If you want the recipe book, the £35 deal is excellent value; if you don't, take the £30 deal and choose your own drink. Highly recommend this restaurant for a special occasion.
Very good food. £35 deal very good value. Only issue is the wine list - all pretty pricey especially if you only want a glass
Excellent 3 course set meal with cocktail and meal. Great value for money...but wines very overpriced. Very good choice even on this menu. Staff and service excellent and attentive however inner tables far too close together to avoid others conversation or being pushed past at service station. Can fully recommend though as food is delicious and setting worth experiencing.
We enjoyed the food, and the service was excellent. Having been to the theatre in the afternoon it was nice to sit down in a good restaurant to enjoy dinner, then walk down through the station to catch our train home.
Outstanding customer service. Food had wonderful taste and texture. Surpaced expectations.
Everything was fantastic except you only had 1 option for vegetarians?
A superb lunch date for my best friend special birthday - everything was wonderful the food, service, atmosphere and value for money were all amazing! My friend also received a Happy Birthday celebration delight with lit candle at our table as I had mentioned her birthday when booking - I am already looking to visit The Gilbert Scott again soon .
Visited the Gilbert Scott with my wife for dinner, excellent service and food, beautiful building and reasonably priced valet parking outside the front door, what more can you ask for?
This was the third time that I have been to this restaurant and I found that
it was not as enjoyable as the first two times I had come and also I think it
was a lot more expensive
The staff were all very professional, knowledgeable and approachable. The food was outstanding and the whole experience relaxed with an underlying feeling of formality!
Amazing food with interesting and balanced combinations of flavours.
Attentive service, however a bit slow when we asked for the bill (and we were in a bit of a hurry).
The set menu was increased by £5 to include a signed recipe book, which we love!
The service at this exquisite restaurant is a little slow and a little pushy. This is unfortunate because the ambiance is so great and the food is decent. Overall the prices are a little high for what you get and the menu could do with accommodating a greater range, but it's a great place to take people on business or for pleasure - and out of towners love it!