Pip Lacey, former head chef at Angela Hartnett’s Murano in Mayfair, has moved on to her first solo venture in King's Cross.

Hicce (pronounced ‘ee-che’) is a fast-paced wood-fired dining experience - with an emphasis on home-style cooking with curing, smoking, and pickling all conducted in-house - in the British fashion retailer Wolf & Badger store at King's Cross Coal Drops Yard. The 80 cover restaurant with alfresco seating for 35 diners offers all-day dining from midday onwards. 

The healthy menu uses wood-fired cooking techniques (via the open kitchen) which combines British cuisine with Nordic and Japanese influences. This is Pip’s first stand alone restaurant, since leaving Michelin starred restaurant Murano and following her win on Great British Menu 2017.

Ideal For

Getting fired up, pit stop

Signature Dishes

Broccoli 'hot sticks' with tangerine, hazelnut pesto; cured salmon with wasabi & apple; brussel sprouts with hazelnuts, kohl rab and spiced bacon with hispi & reblochon.

Signature Drinks

The ‘hicce’ with Ketel One Citroen, Honjozo Genshu Sake, lemon juice, elderflower, yuzu & ginger ale.