The Fellow London Reviews
Good food, great service! Jul 20, 2011
I was meeting a friend for dinner. She works near Kings Cross, so we decided to eat in that area. We picked the Fellow, which was recommended by her colleges.
The Fellow is located right around the corner from Kings Cross St Pancras underground and train station. The restaurant is not very big, has a rustic and trendy atmosphere with brown sofas along the walls, rustic wooden tables with fresh lilies and wooden chairs. The restaurant and a bar are located on the ground floor and a retro cocktail bar and an outdoor terrace upstairs.
We had a drink and a chat on the terrace before we enjoyed a lovely dinner in the restaurant. The menu was not extensive, but very tempting. We ordered the Mackerel Pâté with pickled cucumber and toast as starter. Then I had the Butternut squash, Ricotta and Red Pepper Strudel and Chocolate Fondant and Toasted Marshmallow with Coconut Ice Cream for desert. A true feast! The whole roast plaice with crayfish tails and the Gooseberry fool with Elderflower ice cream wouldn´t have been bad either. They serve a selection of beers, ales and spirits, and they offer an extensive list wines.
The waiters were friendly, helpful and professional, and they all had a very good knowledge of everything on the menu. I can recommend the Fellow for its nice and warm atmosphere and for its good food. The Fellow is a popular place, so make a reservation if you would like to have lunch or dinner and not just a drink.
Opening hours are:
Monday – Sunday: 12 pm – until late
Lunch: 12 pm – 3 pm
Dinner: 6 pm – 10pm
Sunday lunch: 12pm – 6 pm
Cocktail bar: 5 pm – until late, Tuesday – Sunday
Terrace: 12 pm – until late, Monday - Sunday
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