14 Jul 2022
Check in for… cocktails! With airport queue chaos dominating the news and holiday costs spiralling, art-deco inspired dining and drinking destination, St Pancras Brasserie, is offering a taste of the continent without any of the travel with a new, limited-edition Cocktail Passport summer menu. The stamp-worthy menu offers a curated choice of 10 special serves, each inspired by a European destination and the produce synonymous with the region.
Why board the Eurostar when you can simply make for the Brasserie? Enjoy a taste of the Belgian city of Liege with a Crystal Chocolate, combining Grey Goose L’Original vodka, butterscotch liqueur and Briottet crème de cacao blanc to evoke the Belgians’ love of chocolate and unrivalled crystal glassware production. If fruit is more your thing, then opt for a What A Melon, a refreshing blend of Patrón Silver tequila, Searcy’s Selected Cuvée Champagne Brut NV, lychee liqueur, gomme syrup, honey and fresh watermelon inspired by Portuguese summers in Alcains. The Portuguese say that melons are like lottery tickets, and this is sure to win big in the flavour stakes.
Cocktails inspired by the Brit’s love of tea, Spain’s penchant for exotic fruits, wild Greek thyme, German candy canes, Swiss pears, Dutch smoking pipes and Italian martinis are also available, each priced at £14.
As parent brand Searcys celebrates 175 years of excellence in London and beyond, the new cocktail menu fills the cork-shaped void of Europe’s longest Champagne bar, which is currently closed for refurbishment, set to reopen in early September 2022 with new carriage-inspired décor and seafood bar, but – thankfully – retaining the bar’s iconic ‘Press for Champagne’ buttons.
Revered for its old-world glamour and fresh-faced flavours, St Pancras Brasserie will be open throughout the summer for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks seven days a week, and is offering additional outside seating throughout the champagne bar’s closure.
St Pancras Brasserie – pack your passport for a voyage of discovery with none of the hassle of border control.
St Pancras Brasserie by Searcys
St Pancras International Station, London, N1C 4QL