Vorsprung durch wurst – german sausage joint opens in kings cross

Wurst A neighbour Keith dropped me a line to recommend the new Berlin snacks on Kings Cross Road (on the corner opposite Konstam map) .  Keith reports:

‘Good food and nice guys in there serving German-style sausage snacks, sauerkraut, potatoes etc.  Sausages are imported from Germany each week and were delicious.  Sides such as side sauerkraut, potato salad, were all very reasonably priced, though the sausages were ‘export’ priced.  This place is a nice new addition to the King’s X area.’ 

Daniel has done a great in depth review here including vegan sausage coverage (we must have that drink Daniel..)

I am a great fan of german food and will head down there soon

For menu etc click here

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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1 Response to Vorsprung durch wurst – german sausage joint opens in kings cross

  1. Stuart says:

    Sounds like another great addition to the Kings Cross restaurant scene.

    I went to this restaurant with friends over Easter and found it to be excellent.

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    Megaro
    Megaro, Hotel Megaro, 23-27 Euston Road, St Pancras, Kings Cross, London, NW1 (Map)
    Cuisine: English
    Customer rating: 4.5000 stars out of 5 — leave your review of Megaro

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    Megaro Overview
    If you’re going to welcome international visitors at St. Pancras, it is vital to have cuisine on the doorstep that would be well received in any country. Leading the charge for fine dining in the King Cross/St. Pancras area is Megaro, a restaurant which forms part of a deluxe hotel but is anything but a hotel restaurant.

    Behind the scenes works executive chef Paul Ribbands, a veteran of luxury dining at The Lainsborough and The Westbury who prides himself on producing English and continental food to fit in with the fresh and funky design of this new establishment.

    I went for the general manager’s recommendation of scallops for my starter and was not disappointed: the delightful tenderness and fresh flavour was complemented by a smooth and beautifully tomatoey ratatouille. Next was a pan-fried fillet of sea bass. Ribbans mastered this notoriously difficult fish with consummate ease thanks to flesh that glided effortlessly from the skin and a delightful gravy that intensified the flavour without overpowering it. As for desert, a coin is the only way to resolve the agonising choice between the satisfyingly creamy trio of panna cotta and the sinfully indulgent chocolate torte.

    There’s plenty to keep even the fussiest foody busy: as the name would suggest the du jour menu changes with regularity and there’s also a fresh and varied à la carte menu for those who like to be more settled on a favourite.

    Just like the food, the wine list is high quality but deliberately affordable. To take white wine as an example, by the glass there was a supremely crispy Stellenbosch and for a bottled treat it was difficult to look beyond a first class Chardonnay – the 2005 New Zealand ‘Muddy Water’. The name does a great disservice to its memorable fruity and honeyish favour.

    A new restaurant has arrived in King’s Cross/St. Pancras which will satisfy the discerning diner without them going over budget. The culinary highlights map of London is having to be swiftly redrawn.

    Arthur Browne

    The Megaro is an exclusive restaurant, offering the best in modern English/French cuisine. Their Executive Chef Paul Ribbands aims to provide the quality food. Revered Internationally Paul draws from his experience of producing some of the finest food in London and moulds this into his own unique style. Friendly, comfortable and stylish service is provided where you are welcome to dine at your leisure.

    The Megaro Bar is everything you would expect from a Top London Hotel, full of style and sophistication within a uniquely designed area where light, glass and wood are infused together as effortlessly as your cocktails. A full drinks menu is on offer including a fine selection of wines & beers from all over the world. To add to the leisurely flow of drinks you may also sample the delights of the tapas menu to round off the evening or relax in the mezzanine lounge where afternoon tea is a must. (Updated 17/03/2008)
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    Nearby Venues:
    Big Chill House (The), Eclectic (0.28km)

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