St Pancras by Searcys

Taking inspiration from areas famous ties to travel, Kings Cross favourite St Pancras by Searcys has unveiled its latest summer pop-up, transforming Europe’s longest Champagne Bar into London’s most stylish pre-holiday destination.

Open from 7am to 11pm, from 15 July to 9 September, the swanky and now summery lounge bar offers visitors the chance to sit back and soak up the charm of St Pancras station, indulging in the newly launched Art of Travel Afternoon Tea.

The new summer menu pays homage to no less than twelve much-loved European cities and holiday spots. In keeping with the tone of the high end Searcys brand, the season is running in collaboration with Veuve Clicquot,Globe-Trotter and Sipsmith Gin, transforming the world-renowned Champagne Bar and taking guests on a European travel journey, without leaving the station.

The decedent afternoon tea menu has kicked off the summer celebrations at St Pancras by Searcy, having launched on 3rd June and will be continuing throughout the summer. Delicacies based on regional dishes from a handful of European cities (such as French Opera gâteau, Belgian white chocolate mousse, passion fruit Swiss meringue pieand) are carefully prepared and served in a stylish travel suitcase.

In true Searcys’ style, the generous afternoon tea menu also includes Burford Brown’s egg mayonnaise bun, smoked salmon warm crumpet, York ham and wholegrain mustard, and delicious homemade scones. For those looking for a healthy twist before their holidays, the platter also includes an avocado and quinoa wrap.

The pop up take the experience event further, as each of the twelve private booths in the Champagne Bar will transformed into a different European city destination. Ranging from Eurostar destinations like Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam to further flung European favourites like San Remo, Porto and Reims, each city will bring a little essence of its culture to the Champagne Bar at St Pancras by Searcys. Each booth will be decorated in pastel colours displaying their correspondent city map, with signs to each destination presented in a tasteful and pared back style.

Dates: 15 July to 9 September
Times: 7am to 11pm
Afternoon tea menu: £26, booking required
Address: Searcys, Grand Terrace, St Pancras International Station, Kings Cross, London N1C 4QL
Website: https://stpancrasbysearcys.co.uk

Written by Jordan Crowley