During a quick and hectic trip to London, I will spending most of my time in the Bloomsbury St. Pancras area.
I have identified three places that same convenient and worth trying:
For lunch and quick bites near the British Museum, Gails Kitchen http://www.gailskitchen.co.uk.
For an early Friday night meal on my first jet-lagged day in London, about 15 minutes walk from Bedford Place where I am staying, Newman Street Tavern, http://www.newmanstreettavern.co.uk/b...
For an early Saturday evening meet and eat with two friends, Shrimpy's The King's Cross Filling Station, http://www.shrimpys.co.uk. They are coming from Camden and I from St. Pancras.
I am still looking for a place for quick and inexpensive lunching near the British Library. My tastes run to Fergus Henderson's offal menus and Tayyab's. However I won't have the time to get to St. John St. and I gather that Tayyab is not what it used to be. Another place I like is Patogh, 8 Crawford Place, but I probably won't manage to get there on this trip.
So any suggestions for lunch along any of those lines in the BL St. Pancras area would be welcome.
And any comments on the other ideas would be appreciated as well.