The Dolphin, King's Cross
This is a pub that hasn't had any makeovers (it still displays a Watney, Combe & Reid sign outside, for example) and features separate saloon and public bars, subtly decorated with Emerald Isle touches by the Irish landlord. The saloon bar is juke box and games machines free. Apart from the usual lagers, Guinness etc there are a couple of real ales available - Greene King IPA and London Pride when we were last in and well kept at that. The delight however is the food, which is mainly Thai and produced and served by a Thai couple. There's a two course fixed price menu or an extensive a la carte menu which isn't much more expensive. A good little pub and if you're in the area worth a visit for the food alone.
47 Tonbridge Street, King's Cross, London, WC1H 9DW
020 7916 3191
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How to find the The Dolphin pub
From King's Cross: Tonbridge Street is found at the end of a short passageway between the two Town Hall buildings on the south side of Euston Road, about 200 metres from Kings X tube station.