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we first moved to London we lived in Kings Cross and we’ve got to be honest it wasn’t the kind of place you’d want to live. However since we’ve moved things have continued to get better, in fact we took a trip up York Way after a year of by-passing the area and were amazed at the progress.

This year saw the opening of the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel (set to be joined by the Great Northern Hotel opening in 2012),  Nandos, The Star of Kings and the relocation of Central St Martin’s. And now, Eat. St our favourite collection of street food venues have moved into King’s Boulevard, N1C to bring some street-level flavour and sidewalk swag to the area. Que the foodies!

The twice weekly ‘micro-market’ will feature four rotating traders, the names of which will be posted on the website each week. Tomorrow you can catch the likes of Bhangra Burger, Creperie Nicolas, Buen Provecho and Hardcore Prawn, followed by Friday’s traders; Anna Mae’s, Choc Star, Jamon Jamon, The Ribman and Kimchi Cult.

Just think if you grab a late breakfast and late lunch you can visit twice in one day and if you do that on Thursday and Friday you can visit four times in two days…. 

Thurs & Fri, 10am-4pm
Eat.St, Kings Boulevard, N1C