Designed by architect Norman Foster, the Gherkin had its inaugural opening in 2004 and has been a unique addition to London’s skyline ever since. A part of a bold new generation of skyscrapers transforming the landscape of the capital, the Gherkin is considered to be “the most civilised skyscraper in the world”. And for good reason. But, why you ask? Searcys at the Gherkin is leading the way with its world-class cuisine, lip-smacking cocktails and unmatchable location – causing quite a stir amongst notable foodies. And then there’s Searcys St Pancras. Boasting a stylish 1920s art deco backdrop on the upper concourse at St Pancras Station, food lovers come for miles for the perfect day out in London to sample a taste of season-led magic and homegrown flavours.
Fine Dining At Searcys At The Gherkin
Discover the delight of the Helix restaurant on the 39th floor of the Gherkin to experience fine dining with a British-modern twist. Lovingly sourced ingredients paired with a seasonally inspired menu and a room full of elegantly decorated garland undertones, is made all the better with a mesmerising backdrop of the city. From sparkling Sunday brunch to three course dinner, Searcys at the Gherkin puts pride in quality, and flavour centre stage.
Drinks at Searcys At The Gherkin
The only bar in London with a 360-degree view of the city, the Iris bar’s mouth-watering cocktail menu pays homage to London’s most famous locals and locations. From the ‘Queen Mary’s Garden’ to ‘Brixton Pound’, take the time to enjoy a tipple or two from one of the best seats in the city.
Fine Dining And Drinks At Searcys St Pancras
Feel like you’ve time-travelled back to the roaring 1920s and into the golden age of travel at St Pancras Brasserie by Searcys, where art deco glamour meets tantalising British flavours for a dining experience like no other. From bottomless brunch with Prosecco to three indulgent courses with bubbles, we’ve got the perfect collection of dining experiences at Searcys St Pancras to start your culinary journey.