Goods Way Illustration by Gaurab Thakali

Welcome to Goods Way

Goods Way is temporarily closed for the time being.

We love going out and we love London. For us it’s all about a touch of the unknown, the undiscovered, mixed in with a hint of the familiar and reliable. We are passionate about food, we are obsessed with music and we love a great drink. Goods Way draws inspiration from all corners of the World, whilst retaining its British roots, we celebrate independence and have partnered with some of the best independent operators and creators to make a true destination incorporating of all the things that we love.

We hope you enjoy.

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  • The Courtyard

    The Courtyard

    Brunch hunters, quick lunchtime biters, late night feasters.
    Fresh, exciting food, available throughout the day, every day.

  • sweetwater


    The local haunt for afterwork, late night drinks, and of course, pre-gig drinks. Grab a bite, grab a drink, hang out with us. Make yourself at home, you’re all welcome.

  • Lafayette


    Welcome to Lafayette. A new, 600-person capacity venue in the heart of Kings Cross. We champion emerging and existing artists, bands and talent across all genres.

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    Duck Truck

    Experts in all things Duck, Ed and his team have been finding new and innovative ways to deliver a delicious chicken alternative to Londoners since 2012. At The Courtyard, they’re perfecting their offering to include more exciting new dishes.

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    Breddos Tacos

    Breddos was founded by Nud and Chris in 2011 in a makeshift car park taco shack in Hackney, East London. Our food is influenced by the hundreds of roadside taquerias and restaurants we have encountered on our travels throughout America and Mexico, whilst utilising the best of British produce from passionate producers. We are also the founders of Super Tacos Al Carbon over at Market Halls in London and Madre in Liverpool.

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    Temple of Seitan

    Temple of Seitan was born in the kitchen of its vegan founder Rebecca McGuinness through her desire to replicate the chicken shop comfort food from her childhood. Temple of Seitan has been featured in ‘best of’ lists across numerous publications and has won awards for its innovative approach to vegan food.

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    Pomelo serve unique British tapas, and is the brainchild of top chefs Natasha Cooke and Lucy Pedder, owners of the critically acclaimed London restaurant Lupins.

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    Sushi on Jones

    Having caused much fuss in NY’s NoHo district with their clean dishes and quality of fish, Sushi On Jones are proud to provide an affordable omakase that demystifies the experience of eating and enjoying sushi. Highly skilled chefs are on hand to guide all visitors, from novices to aficionados, through the selection.

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11 Goods Way, Kings Cross
London, N1C 4DP

Goods way is temporarily closed.

Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday - CLOSED
Wednesday - CLOSED
Thursday - CLOSED
Friday - CLOSED
Saturday - CLOSED
Sunday - CLOSED

Kings Cross Underground: 5 mins
Euston: 15 mins