Housed in the wonderfully restored St Pancras Station, the Betjeman Arms has proven to be a station pub with a difference. As we've come to expect of Geronimo offerings, this one's equally well-run and pleasant - particularly for a station pub. The previously mentioned issue with gent's toilet has been rectified (if a little on the small side - suggests conversion from broom cupboard). On our recent visit, the regular selection of guest ales included Sharp's Abbey and Rockin Rudolf Christmas ales as well as the very nice Sharp's Betjeman ale, which is a pleasant touch. Menu is very gastro, but sounds good nonetheless. The staff are accommodating and pleasant, and we couldn't find any fault with them. The 'outside' seating is a bit of a misnomer, as it's still within the station and not very comfortable in cold weather, even with the patio heaters, but we suspect it's more popular in warmer weather.
Reviewed by septic
10 Dec 2010