Sunday Champagne Brunch at St Pancras Brasserie, London

St Pancras Brasserie Sunday brunch in London

Hands up who loves a stylish Sunday Brunch? I am an avid brunch and afternoon tea lover and London is the city to experience them. I was recently invited to review St Pancras Brasserie‘s Sunday brunch. The venue is nicely situated inside the iconic St Pancras International station in London – very convenient. A glance at the menu – I read it online first – and I was sold!

The concept of brunch (breakfast and lunch combined) is such a good idea, not too early and not too late, a meal bang on in the middle, a great way to start the body engine going on a Sunday.

I love cooking and entertaining, but I also enjoy being spoiled, especially on Sundays, a day of rest and laziness. The journey from my house in Brixton to St Pancras International is about 20 minutes by underground. The Victoria line cuts through London fast, and I got there hungry and excited for the Champagne Brunch, served on Sundays.

While sitting in this magnificent room sipping a cappuccino waiting for my friend, I thought ‘ no one will get me out of here today’, and the food nor the champagne hadn’t even arrived yet!

The Brunch at St Pancras Brasserie

St Pancras Brasserie in London - Sunday Brunch
St Pancras Brasserie in London – Sunday Brunch

An array of dishes were brought over for us to sample with a glass of Laurent Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut NV Champagne.
The mini croissants and mini pain au chocolat were buttery and flaky; I could see the multi-layered yeast-leavened dough was baked to perfection, but not only that they were served in a warm platter, just a small detail that makes a difference. The chocolate in the pain au chocolat stayed soft – it delightfully melted completely in the mouth.

pain au chocolat at St Pancras Brasserie Sunday Brunch

The chia, coconut, almond, kiwi was divine, I really enjoyed the flavours and the texture. The plump berries bowl and the tropical fruit platter were excellent, served at room temperature, the fruits were tasty and vibrant. The cool Rainy Lane yoghurt, spiced Williams pear, pomegranate topped crunchy granola had a good spectrum of textures and lovely combined flavours and colours.

Chia at St Pancras Brasserie Sunday Brunch

With the main dishes ordered from the Eggs section of the menu, we moved on to English sparkling wine from Surrey; Greyfriars, Cuvée Brut NV. A blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, this sparkling wine is lovely, slight toasty and brioche notes, creamy with a pronounced citrus accent.

My hot dish was two poached eggs, chorizo, feta, diced avocado, and whole pitted black olives on toasted sourdough. Despite being a little salty for my taste, it hit the spot.

The Brunch on offer at St Pancras Brasserie

Before I go on about details of the brunch – I have to show (see picture) you the decor of St Pancras Brasserie. It is a beautiful and enchanting room, with details of a vintage-inspired train carriage. It is an elegant and spacious place.

The brunch consists of three courses with the best of British ingredients accompanied by a bottle of Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée Champagne; I can’t think of a better way to indulge on a Sunday, can you?

The menu is divided into bakery and bowls, eggs, plates and sides. There’s also a bottomless offer: Enjoy one dish from bakery and bowls and one from EGGS with unlimited bubbles for 90 min. For more details on prices and choices for every pocket read it here: St Pancras Brasserie Sunday Brunch

The staff at St Pancras Brasserie are super friendly and knowledgeable of the menu. It seems something so ridiculous to say, but you would be amazed that at some places the team is not trained, therefore they have no idea what they are selling – not the case here. Our waiter was Mario from Romania, and he was superb!

Expect fast service, a vibrant atmosphere and luggage lining the corridors- it is, after all, inside the St Pancras train station.

All in all, it was a good brunch in Central London, easy to get to and friendly. If you are travelling from St Pancras International, the St Pancras Brasserie is a fabulous place to start or finish your journey in style.

Bubbles options at at St Pancras Brasserie Sunday Brunch

St Pancras Brasserie opening hours:
Monday – Saturday: 7:00 – 22:00
(Cocktail bar open until 23:30)
Sunday: 9:00 – 19:30

Grand Terrace, Upper Concourse, St Pancras International Station, Just opposite the Searcy’s champagne bar.
King’s Cross St. Pancras, London, N1C 4QL

Telephone: + 44 (0) 207 870 9900
Reservations: [email protected]

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‘Food allergies or intolerance must be notified to management in advance.’


Sunday Champagne Brunch at St Pancras Brasserie London
Sunday Champagne Brunch at St Pancras Brasserie, London

Disclosure: I was a guest of St Pancras Brasserie for review purposes. All opinions are my own.