Coal Office Industry is offering all public service workers (Police Force, NHS staff) 50% off as a gesture of their appreciation.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 12pm – 9pm
4-10 Bagley Walk, Kings Cross, London N1C 4DH
Contactless shopping, pre-ordering, and online payment. NO CASH.
You have a special request for private dining or aren’t sure about the daily menu?
Drop us a message on ToYou@coaloffice.com.
Friday 7th January 2021: Challah Bread Recipe
Tuesday 22nd December: PUCK Royale Cocktail
Saturday 20th June: Zangavil Cocktail Recipe
Tuesday 16th June: Paprika Aioli Recipe
Saturday 13th June: Volcano Spritz Recipe
Thursday 11th June: Rose Harissa and Truffle Sauce Recipe
Tuesday 9th June: Famous CO. Octopus Recipe
Sunday 7th June: Figaro Cocktail Recipe
Thursday 4th June: Shawarma Pork Belly Recipe
Saturday 30th May: Shauntal Cocktail Recipe
Wednesday 27th May: Ambaneh Recipe
Saturday 23rd May: Kalroni Cocktail Recipe
Thursday 21st May: Guy’s Soup Recipe
Sunday 17th May: Taka Morgana Recipe
Friday 15th May: Matbukha Recipe
Wednesday 13th May: Co. Ras El Hanout (Spice Mix) Recipe
Monday 11th May: Shikshukit 0.1 Recipe
Saturday 9th May: Fizzy Bubblech Drink Recipe
Thursday 7th May: Co. Hummus Recipe
Monday 4th May: Vegan Freekeh Risotto Recipe
Sunday 3rd May: MAR-LY Drink Recipe
Friday 1st May: Chocolate Babka Recipe
Thursday 30th April: Fresh Peas, Spinach and Bacon Soup Recipe
Tuesday 28th April: Jerusalem Pretzel Recipe
Monday 27th April: Lamb Shoulder and Jerusalem Artichoke Recipe
Friday 24th April: Co. Spring’s Gazpacho Recipe
Thursday 23rd April: Maqluba Recipe
Wednesday 22nd April: Yemenite Ox Cheek Soup Recipe
Tuesday 21st April: Preserved Lemons Recipe
Sunday 19th April: Abu-calyptus Cocktail Recipe
Saturday 18th April: Stuffed Aubergine (Mafrum Hatzil) Recipe
Friday 17th April: Kubbe Hammu Recipe
Thursday 16th April: Basbossa (Semolina Cake) Recipe
Wednesday 15th April: Lamb Tanziya Recipe
Tuesday 14th April: Celeriac Remoulade Recipe
Sunday 12th April: Quince Sheba Cocktail Recipe
Saturday 11th April: Jerusalem Pickles/Torshi Recipe
Thursday 9th April: Jerusalem Chicken Sofrito Recipe
Wednesday 8th April: Passover Lamb Shank with Black Majudara Recipe
Tuesday 7th April: Mafrum Recipe
Monday 6th April: Radicchio and Grapes Recipe
Sunday 5th April: Flashbang Cocktail Recipe
Saturday 4th April: Manakish Recipe
Friday 3rd April: Vegan Malabi Recipe
Thursday 2nd April: Jerusalem Artichoke Soup Recipe
Wednesday 1st April: Stuffed Onions Recipe
Tuesday 31st March: Coal Office Polenta Recipe
Monday 30th March: Coal Office Ratatouille Recipe
Sunday 29th March: Bloody Marry Recipe
Saturday 28th March: Harira Soup Recipe
Friday 27th March: Spicy Tomato Salad Recipe
Thursday 26th March: Fattoush Salad Recipe
Wednesday 25th March: Kussa Salad Recipe
Tuesday 24th March: Kubalah Bread Recipe
Monday 23rd March: Moroccan Fennel Salad Recipe
Born overnight in March 2020 after the UK government announced the first lockdown, Coal Office Industry (Food Hub) quickly became a well-loved food destination and a beacon of hope in King’s Cross when most local shops and restaurants had to close.
The deli and café are now famous for their freshly baked Kubalah sandwiches, salads, and soups, as well as their huge variety of freshly baked goods baked on-site at the Coal Office bakery. The team of in-house chefs will continue to prepare hot lunches daily, as well as delicious salads and deli staples such as wine and preserves.
Partnering with quality suppliers, such as Natoora, The Med Kitchen, and Liberty Wines, customers can shop in-store or order via takeaway and delivery. Coal Office Industry is offering the restaurant’s signature modern Mediterranean cuisine, with the menu including delicious brioche bread, Middle Eastern focaccias, soups, stews, salads, and sweet baked goods.
Coal Office Industry is positioned within the Tom Dixon shop. To meet with social distancing measures and to ensure the safety of customers and staff, the deli has expanded into the accessory arch of the shop, where customers can safely order and wait for their food to be prepared. The rest of the shop’s arches will be closed to the public. The expansion of the deli into the retail space creates a safer environment and a more comfortable customer experience, as well as meeting the highest health standards.
Director of Restaurant Operations, Thasanee Robinson says: ‘Community is at the heart of the Coal Office and this includes the dedicated family of staff, the passionate farmers, suppliers, and loyal diners. With everyone experiencing this turbulent and unpredictable time together, community spirit is more important now than ever. As our restaurant doors are closed to the public until early December, we are focusing our energy on supporting our neighbours and the local community.’