Food: Really tasty dishes with a focus on seasonal, local and ethically sourced produce. Deservedly in Opentable’s top 100 restaurants in the UK for 2014
Service: Effective although a little bit stretched at time
Presentation: Nice simple décor, great colour palette, with pretty things to catch your eye. Simple unfussy food styling
Ambience: When it’s busy, it’s really buzzy…great for a boozy supper with friends, not so for a romantic meal for two where you struggle to hear each other talk
Location: A 3 minute walk from Kings Cross station. The restaurant helping to lift the reputation of Caledonian Road, the southern end at least!
Value for money: Not too bad at just under £40 a head for two courses of really delicious food and a glass of wine. However, I’m still miffed at paying £14 for an entrée-sized Winter Salad, which has left an unpleasant taste in my mind
Worth a visit?: Yes, for the delicious local and ethically sourced food and booze, just chose wisely!
TED Restaurant at the King’s Cross end of Caledonian Road is a great new-ish offering in the centre of town. Caledonian Road doesn’t have the greatest of reputations food-wise, however, It’s just a stones throw from King’s Cross station and on the better end of the road where cute little café’s have been popping up in recent years; Drink, Shop, Do and Pattern Cafe.
Food: Raw, organic, locally-sourced plant-based and worth every penny.
Service: Friendly and effective.
Location: Close enough to the centre of town to walk, far enough away for space.
Value for money: The time intensive nature of raw food preparation and the quality of the organic ingredients used makes this style of eating more expensive. Go for quality over quantity every time – your body will thank you for it.
Worth a visit?: For a health nut, yoga head and anyone else willing to step outside of their comfort zone, absolutely – you’ll love it.