Australian chef and food writer Bill Granger is opening a third branch of his casual all-day eaterie Granger & Co this spring.
Famous for his scrambled eggs, Granger is continuing his dissemination of Australian brunch culture in London, this time targeting King's Cross.
The restaurant will follow the same format as its Notting Hill and Clerkenwell predecessors. Serving from breakfast to dinner, its menu will be inspired by Granger's travels, with noticeable Australasian influences.
The 86-seat restaurant, located on the ground floor of the Stanley building on St Pancras Square, will be the latest contribution to the growing King's Cross brunch scene, with Granary Square (home to Caravan and Bruno Loubet's Grain Store) a two-minute walk away.
Dubbed the "Australian Jamie Oliver", Granger runs restaurants in Seoul, Tokyo, Honolulu and his native Sydney. In 2011 he expanded into the UK by opening the first Granger & Co in Notting Hill. A second branch in Clerkenwell was then opened last June.