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15 October 2013

Eat at the Gilbert Scott

Named after the architect Sir George Gilbert Scott, who designed the former Midland Hotel - now known as the St Pancras Renaissance - in which it is located, the Gilbert Scott restaurant is a decent restaurant for a special occasion, and has managed to maintain more of a sense of history and place than many such London restaurants.

The restaurant is found in what was once the in what was once the Coffee Room of the grand Victorian hotel. It was here that your author spent Sunday lunchtime for a friend's birthday, and whilst it was by no means a budget restaurant, three courses and wine came to £50 a head, which seemed reasonable for a special occasion, given that the food was of good quality and well presented and the staff were friendly, personable and attentive. By no means a place for a quick bite on a Tuesday but for something special it couldn't really have been much better.

For more, see http://www.thegilbertscott.co.uk/

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