Mirrors Restaurant

Mirrors Restaurant


0.5 miles
100-110 Euston Road, Euston, Central London, NW1 2AJ
Just a short walk away from King's Cross rail station and just across the road from the British Library, Novotel St Pancras boasts a convenient location and great conference facilities, as well as the redeveloped Shaw Theatre; what you might not know, however, is that the hotel also houses a fabulous restaurant. Mirrors Restaurant is smart and stylish, with a relaxed but sophisticated atmosphere. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow light to stream into the restaurant; with busy Euston Road on the other side of the glass, a table by the window is perfectly placed for a spot of people-watching.

To begin, I selected the potted duck, while my guest ordered the yellowfin tuna; both were beautifully presented, flavoursome dishes. My deliciously succulent fillet steak main was served with a fresh, crisp side salad and chunky chips. My dining partner selected the lamb steak, which was juicy and tender and served with sautéed spinach - divine. We barely had enough room for dessert, but were delighted when presented with a smooth and silky strawberry and basil pannacotta, and a selection of cheeses with honey. Mirrors offers a relaxed and pleasurable dining experience, with imaginative and eclectic dishes designed to tempt the tastebuds of even the fussiest diner.
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Open: Food Served: Mon-Fri noon-2.30pm, 6pm-10pm; Sat & Sun 6pm-10pm

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