The one-time industrial wasteland north of King’s Cross station has been transformed by a hugely ambitious urban regeneration project. Grain Store occupies just one corner of a vast former Victorian warehouse a little uneasily, but it’s prettied up with an open kitchen, batterie de cuisine and wine racks. The patron of this excellent new restaurant is Bruno Loubet, and the menu is a pick ’n’ mix of ingredients and cuisines. Vegetables are his current passion, making this one of the best places to eat in London if you’re not a huge meat eater. Be warned though – it’s busy so book well ahead, or risk being turned away.
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