The Megaro Eatery
The Megaro Eatery is a powerhouse of the Italian kitchen, where the very best seasonal and local British produce is transformed into a food journey in our open-kitchen London restaurant.
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The Megaro Eatery serves up an iconic breakfast concept inviting guests to try their favourite breakfast combinations inside a succulent and freshly-baked golden bun. Gluten free options are available for those who still want to indulge in this morning guilt-free pleasure.
Whilst the day goes on, the café area is serving a blend of the best coffees and beautiful teas with Italian pastries to sit back and relax next to the fresh living wall and enjoy the internal natural light.
Noon arrives and the Italian vibe kicks in. Try Burrata Pugliese, grass-fed beef tartar, or mascarpone and potato ravioli with octopus.
Or how about sweet potato gnocchi with butter and sage, charred leeks with tangerine or stuffed squid with cured egg yolk? These are just some of the dishes that make up the sharing style menu that our restaurant offers.
For fuller options a sumptuous Fiorentina, the majestic beef cut of the city of Florence, or the freshly caught Turbot are some of the mouth-watering mains that are followed by the delicious Tiramisu and/or mini bomba, timeless Italian desserts.
Our Menu is available all day and into the evening, where the atmosphere transforms into an intimate and fun setting which transports guests to a brand new experience in the same setting.
Bright, colourful, bold and fun are the elements of the ambience at The Megaro. No pretensions and no protocols, your home away from home. Dropping classic tunes from all decades, the atmosphere is the perfect spot for a dinner with friends, a date or a business lunch.
Monday – Friday | 7 AM – 11 PM
Saturday – Sunday – Bank Holiday | 8 AM – 11 AM
Lunch & Dinner
Monday – Saturday | 12 PM – 10 PM
Sunday – Bank Holiday | 5 PM – 9 PM
The World’s largest hotel minibar – Minimix sits in the lobby of The Megaro. Part machine part Victorian Steampunk fantasy, guests can help themselves to snacks and cocktails.
In a nod to the history of Kings Cross the bar is littered with references to the four key materials transported by this major transport hub – ice, coal, steel and blue crystalline (the material used by the ‘Murphy’, a tribe of super intelligent mice, to fuel Minimix itself).