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London: German Gymnasium (European) – the most beautiful restaurant in the world

October 5, 2016

What’s really ironic is that I’m about to write about the most beautiful restaurant in the world, and not show any images of the place itself. But hey, that’s what Google’s for! See pictures of German Gymnasium here.

I join many others in the this world by being a true food-lover; and although I may be blown away by a menu, I sometimes don’t get round to writing about it! But when I saw that German Gymnasium had just won international he most beautiful restaurant in the world by the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2016, it reminded me about my experience.

This is wonderfully located in Kings Cross, so if you are arriving into St Pancras this is perfect. This is a fancy eat, so great for ‘a really nice/ romantic dinner’. I went with my sister at the time, but I can see it working for various occasions. The service was absolutely superb too, which is definitely what you want when you are dining – especially on a trip abroad.

Prices/ Menu

Slightly pricey but worth it. Like I said, it’s worth going to for the ‘nice dinner of the holiday’ or a special night out.


Seared Sea Bass | £23.00


Twice-baked cheesecake and blueberries | £6.50


Something my sister had (was paying far too much attention to my own to tell you what)

See the full menu here.



Click for the route to German Gymnasium to open up in Google Maps!

Additional info

Historic former gym turned into a modern, all day Grand Café and bar serving Mittel-European cuisine
Address: King’s Blvd, London N1C 4BU
Hours: Open every day 8am–11pm except for Sunday when it closes at 10pm
Phone: 020 7287 8000
Reservations: opentable.co.uk

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The view from sitting outside

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