A food and design playground
created by Chef Assaf Granit and Tom Dixon Studio.

Jerusalem Sunday Roasts

New this season; join us at the Coal Office this Sunday
for our latest offering a JERUSALEM SUNDAY ROAST!


Booking in advance is advisable.


Expect a culinary journey of discovery at the Coal Office Restaurant.

With an immersive dining experience mirroring the unique, engaging traditions found throughout the Middle East & Mediterranean.

The restaurant reflects a juxtaposition of rustic, textured backdrops cleverly situated amid a modern, contemporary setting of stunning interior design features.

Visit Us

Located in Kings Cross, London, adjacent to Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard.

Our restaurant spans three floors of Tom Dixon’s Coal Office building.

2 Bagley Walk,
Kings Cross,
London N1C 4PQ

Opening Times


Sat – Sun, 12:00-15:30



Wed – Fri, 12:00-15:00⁠



Mon – Sat, 17:30-23:00,
Sun, 17:30-22:00

Sweaty Betty X Coal Office

Over the course of five weeks, Coal Office will open its doors to its neighbour and global fitness brand, Sweaty Betty, for a series of immersive wellness events. With a host of experts and instructors in yoga, sound bath, dance, nutrition and more, the events are designed to help us start the year WELL.

Events & Group Bookings

At the Coal Office our food is best shared, the more the merrier. We welcome group bookings, large parties and events.

View our event spaces, including roof terrace, private dining and lecture theater.

Chef's Table

An exclusive experience welcoming up to 8 guests to enjoy a specially curated 10 course tasting menu and wine flight.

Meet our Chef and watch your menu be brought to life right before you. A truly memorable experience and perfect for entertaining clients or celebrating something special.



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We are recruiting for our extraordinary team at the Coal Office Restaurant, situated on Granary Square in King Cross, Central London.