Stylish restaurant inside former filling station
Featured in: Eating (Restaurants & Pubs)
Tel: 020 8880 6111
Directions from outside the front of King's Cross and St Pancras stations:
Walk up Pancras Road which runs between St Pancras and King's Cross stations, on the St Pancras side. When you reach a slight bend in the road, cross at the pedestrian lights to reach the bottom of King's Boulevard which is a pedestrian-only street. Walk about 270 metres up to the end of King's Boulevard to Goods Way and turn right. Shrimpy's is in "The Filling Station" the other side of the road. You enter to the left of the screens that surround it.
Created by the people behind Bistrotheque in Shoreditch, Shrimpy's occupies the shop of the former Goods Way BP service station. The whole site has been stylishly re-designed and named "The Filling Station" (the undercover area outside Shrimpy's also includes a bar, pizzeria and events space). Attracting a trendy crowd, Shrimpy's has an interesting menu with Californian and Latin American influences as well as plenty of seafood including the much talked about soft shell crab burger. The dining room combines high quality tableware with quirky touches like graffiti-style wall decoration.
Sun - Thu: 11am - 10.30pm
Fri - Sat: 11am - 11pm
Outdoor area: None
Typical food: International, American, Mexican, South American
Food price: ££££
Price guide (typical main course):
£: Under £5, ££: £5 - £10, £££: £10 - £15, ££££: Over £15