Barrafina is now open, for bookings click here
To allow for physical distancing, there will be extra room between stools, and to create more space for our chefs, we will be running a slightly shorter menu. The daily specials will remain.
There will be some seats for walk-in with help from a virtual queue.
The Coal Drops Yard private dining room will be an additional dining room for parties of three to six (from two households max for now as per guidelines).
Discover the story behind the Hart Brothers along with the community of people and businesses that make Coal Drops Yard such a unique space at My Coal Drops Yard.
The Harts Group, led by Sam and James Hart and Crispin Somerville, bring a Michelin-starred taste of Spain to King’s Cross with the biggest Barrafina to date.
You’ll find this delicious Catalan-influenced menu comes courtesy of talented Executive Chef, Angel Zapata Martin. Try the signature arroz negro with Iberian pork ribs, artichoke and baby cuttlefish, the Pyrenaen lamb chops, or cured monkfish. There’s also a specials menu that changes daily.
As with the other Barrafina restaurants, it’s really all about eating (and drinking) at the bar where you can watch the chefs at work, although there are a few tables for those who prefer a sit-down experience.
WHAT’S ON AT COAL DROPS YARD
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE ANDY LEEK
EXTENDED EAT OUT TO HELP OUT AT COAL DROPS YARD
BOTANICAL BOYS TERRARIUM CLASSES
LDF X TOM DIXON COMPETITION
LONDON CRAFT WEEK – DEZEEN & MA-TT-ER DISCUSSION
SHOES HAVE NAMES EXHIBITION AT BOUTIQUE BY SHELTER
LONDON CRAFT WEEK IKAI ASAI AT FOLK
SIAN EVANS JEWELLERY & POND AT KIOSK N1C
LOWER STABLE STREET MARKET
YOUNG DESIGNERS EXHIBITION AT STORE STORE
POLISHING MASTERCLASS AT JOSEPH CHEANEY & SONS
LONDON CRAFT WEEK AT TOM DIXONS COAL OFFICE
PATTERN PORTRAITS BY LAUREN GODFREY
OUR GLORIOUS PLANET – CAPTURED IN IMAGES
LONDON CRAFT WEEK – VIC WRIGHT AT PAUL SMITH
KIOSK N1C LIGHTBOX EXHIBITION: MENTIVITY & LEONN WARD
EVA ROTHSCHILD SCULPTURE – MY WORLD AND YOUR WORLD