Konstam at the Prince Albert opened in April 2006, having been the central feature of BBC2′s ten-part series The Urban Chef. The programme followed head chef/owner Oliver Rowe in his search to bring locally-sourced, seasonal food from all around Greater London to the heart of King′s Cross. Konstam at the Prince Albert follows on from the popular Konstam café, which was opened in 2004 and was located just a few yards from the restaurant on King′s Cross Road.
With over 85% of his ingredients sourced from the area covered by the tube network, chef Oliver Rowe shows that Londoners can eat local too. The menu at Konstam reads like poetry, the food is delicious and the staff are friendly and helpful.
Rated as: Excellent
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