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St Pancras Grand Restaurant Review: St Pancras Station is the real thing: a railway palace, painted a charming light blue, its huge steel structure taking your eyes upwards. And now it has a destination restaurant to rival station restaurants like Le Train Bleu in the Gare du Nord in Paris and the Oyster Bar & Restaurant in New York’s Grand Central Terminal. St Pancras Grand is vast and beautiful with generously spaced tables stiff with linen, large banquettes to sink into and properly clad waiters bustling past bearing large trays of food. The menu is unashamedly British: oysters, seafood platters, fish pie, roasts and grills, Lancashire hotpot, meat pies, smoked haddock, Welsh lamb and good British puds like bread and butter pudding and English rhubarb trifle. Service is professional; the wine list first-rate. The only niggle is that with such a stunning setting, and backed by the supremely successful Searcys catering group, the menu could be more adventurous.