Searcy to run four outlets at St Pancras International Eurostar terminus

By BigHospitality Writer

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Contract caterer to run four outlets at the new St Pancras International Eurostar terminus from November Searcy, which already provides catering at the Gherkin and National Portrait Gallery, is to open an all-day brasserie at St Pancras International .

Contract caterer to run four outlets at the new St Pancras International Eurostar terminus from November

Searcy, which already provides catering at the Gherkin and National Portrait Gallery, is to open an all-day brasserie at St Pancras International Eurostar terminus when it opens in mid November, as well as running the Champagne Bar (which at 90m is the longest in Europe), a bar/café and a private dining room. The company is collaborating with the station's designers in a bid to create destination restaurants and bars, and also make the outlets appeal to the station users, local businesses and residents.

John Nugent, Searcy Chief Executive, said, "It's a very ambitious project and it will change the way people use stations and terminals.

We are at our best when we're involved in a project from the very beginning and can develop our business model from there."

An extension of the station will also host a daily farmers market, while Geronimo Inns is opening a gastropub there.

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