Jamie Oliver to open huge King's Cross pub and restaurant

27 October 2014 by
Jamie Oliver to open huge King's Cross pub and restaurant

Jamie Oliver is set to open a huge 17,500 sq ft "dining complex" in King's Cross in London, after it was given planning permission by Camden Council.

The chef's restaurant business will launch a pub and restaurant at the Fish & Coal buildings and Wharf Road Arches on the banks of Regent's Canal, according to the Evening Standard.

The new venture is due to open in 2016 and will see the company move its "creative centre" offices and test kitchens into the buildings.

The Fish & Coal buildings were originally built in the 1850s to house clerical staff needed to administer the coal and later fish freight coming into King's Cross from Scotland and the North Sea ports.

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