King's Cross is London's most fascinating neighbourhood - loosely defined by the area around the station to the north for about a mile, south, east and west about half a mile. Covered by the boroughs of Camden and Islington.
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King's Cross Thameslink station is a closed railway station in central London, England, which served the Thameslink route. It was replaced by new Thameslink platforms at St Pancras in December 2007. The last operator of the station was First Capital Connect. The site is on Pentonville Road, about 160yd from King's Cross station.The station occupied part of the original site of the Metropolitan Railway's 1863 King's Cross station. Its original street buildings were a little further west than the later station frontage and, though in poor repair, may still be seen. The Thameslink platforms on the City Widened Lines were separated only by a newer wall from the site of the Underground platforms, which may still be seen on the west side from Underground trains travelling between King's Cross St. Pancras and Farringdon stations.The two platforms at King's Cross Thameslink were lettered rather than numbered, to avoid confusion with the platforms at nearby King's Cross among staff who worked at both stations, which may have been regarded as part of the same station complex. A similar situation exists at Waterloo East station, an annexe of London Waterloo, and the use of platform letters has been continued on the new Thameslink platforms at St Pancras.
Kings Cross Primary Health Care CentreDistance: 0.0 miTourist Information 264 Pentonville Road London, N1 9JY
Set on the South East tip of Turkey, Kilis is an idyllic Mediterranean City boasting lush grape, olive and pistachio orchards. Only 5km from the Syrian border, the region is renowned for its rich culinary heritage claiming rights to much feted favourites such as lahmacuns, pides, charcoal kebabs and world famous Baklava layered with home grown pistachios. True to its heritage, food is prepared by hand using techniques passed down over generations.
Birthplace of founder and established restaurateur Mehmet Kocakerim , Kilis Kitchen brings the authentic viand delights of Turkish, Syrian and Lebanese mezes and charcoal grilled dishes to fashionable Islington. In Kilis Kitchen, Mehmet has succeeded in adopting a tantalizing menu that
reflects the diverse, eclectic cuisine across the historic Spice Route from Istanbul to Lebanon.
Upon your arrival at Kilis Kitchen, you will immediately feel the warmth
of our gracious staff, and the resplendent surroundings where you can
savour the aura of Kilis. Our ethos is to provide you with a memorable
dining experience beyond expectations leaving you eager for the next visit.
We look forward to welcoming you.
The Antalya restaurant has been established in Nottingham for over 25 years, and now opens its first London restaurant in Russell Square. The management are very proud that the Antalya Restaurants has grown with the community and continues to participate in local special events.
Turkish cookery can truly be described as an art. Many recipes have been passed from generation to generation throughout centuries and under the influence of many cultures.
All our dishes are made according to tradition using only the finest available ingredients to give the true taste and flavour to our selections.
Now, it is time to start sharing with your friends the enjoyment of the art of Turkish cuisine.
BiBTi London Distance: 0.0 miTourist Information 275 Pentonville Road London, United Kingdom N1 9NL
BibTI is a Middle Eastern club night adding to the healthy vibrant LGBTQI London scene. It will currently be hosting its night in conjunction with Urban World Events at Scala, London every 2 months.
BiBTi will also plan to host other nights as the year goes on showcasing more delights such as bellydancers, drummers and guest dj's. We aim to bring you old and new music, chart bangers and classics from the Middle East, sounds spanning North Africa accompanied by thumping Turkish delights with sprinkles of Greek, Balkan and Persian tasters.
We also always welcome new DJ's, performers and those wanting to be involved with the club night to get in contact, we would like open up opportunities for those with passion for this music and the drive to be involved
The BibTi team will consist of a team of experienced Dj's, hosts and performers, we hope you will join us for what will be an exciting new venture.
Message us here or via our website www.bibti.co.uk