Soft Launch: 50% Off at Arabica, King’s Cross

Anyone else get excited as I do when I hear about a soft launch offer?

Borough Market’s favourite, Arabica, are opening a sister site in King’s Cross this October and to celebrate, us lucky Londoners are getting 50% off our food bill over its soft launch period from 25th-29th September.

The new site has an almost entirely new menu, packed with Middle-Eastern inspired flavours (complemented by a handful of the best-loved dishes from Borough) The drinks list will include eight wines available on tap from the bar, as well as Arabica’s Middle-Eastern inspired cocktails.

It keeps on getting better – the menu caters to meat-eaters, pescatarians, vegetarians and vegans, meaning it’s easy to cater for everyone in your group of chums.

The new restaurant is housed within a ground floor corner of the recently opened Aga Khan Centre building, designed by world renowned pritzker prize winning architect. Basically, it’s fancy.

The 66 cover interior will feature an open plan kitchen and bar with counter dining seats, a large communal table, cosy leather banquettes and a terrace with room for a further 40 guests.

Summer may be coming to an end but this Middle-Eastern restaurant is bringing a bit of sunshine to London’s foodie scene.

Get booking: https://www.arabicalondon.com/kings-cross/

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 9am- 11pm, Friday 9am – 12am, Saturdays 9am – 12am, Sunday 10am – 10pm

Written by Kritt Normsaskul

Hi, I am Kritt, reluctant adult, professional day dreamer and adventurer extraordinaire. I love getting lost in my surroundings with my camera, a good cocktail and romantic walks to the fridge. Welcome to my blog on all things, London! (well, other things too but mostly London).

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