Skinted & minted: Caravan and Cut

Caravan

Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA

Why go?

If you want to avoid the usual railway station fodder and try something a bit different, then this spot just next door to King’s Cross is the place to go. Sitting on Granary Square, this industrial-sized, buzzy restaurant serves unusual sharing plates and great pizzas. It’s great for a quick working lunch or for a more relaxed dinner with cocktails. The staff are really friendly and it’s a great spot for people watching.

Best dishes

The sea bass ceviche is great, as is the jalapeño cornbread.

How much?

You can get three sharing plates for less than £20.

Emma Cutting, senior consultant, Communications Management

Cut

45 Park Lane, London W1K 1PN
 
Why go?

To experience Wolfgang Puck’s legendary steak in the world-renowned chef’s first European restaurant, while enjoying wines chosen by award-winning sommelier Vanessa Cinti and rubbing shoulders with
its rich and famous clientele.

Best dishes

Steak all the way (Wagyu beef, if you can afford it), with sides of spinach with fried egg, onion rings and cavatappi pasta mac ’n’ cheese. For pudding, it has to be warm dark chocolate Valrhona soufflé.

How much?

Depending on how much you can eat and drink, budget £80-£100 a head.

Alicia Mellish, managing director, Stir PR

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