About

Conveniently situated in the heart of King’s Cross, German Gymnasium offers a stunning all-day Grand Café, a sophisticated first floor Restaurant, two bars and an outdoor terrace. Enjoy the Mittel-European inspired menu for breakfast lunch, dinner or weekend brunch, and late-night glamour at the chic Meister Bar.
D&D LONDON

German Gymnasium is part of D&D London, an international group of restaurants, bars and one hotel. The ever-expanding sister venues include 14 Hills, Quaglino’s, Le Pont de la Tour, Coq d’Argent and Michelin-starred restaurant, Angler.

EXECUTIVE CHEF BJOERN WASSMUTH

German-born Executive Chef Bjoern Wassmuth, previously Kitchen Director at Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg, brings with him 14 years of international experience. He has created broad-ranging menus featuring some classic Mittel-European dishes as a nod to the site’s German heritage.

EXECUTIVE CHEF BJOERN WASSMUTH

German-born Executive Chef Bjoern Wassmuth, previously Kitchen Director at Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg, brings with him 14 years of international experience. He has created broad-ranging menus featuring some classic Mittel-European dishes as a nod to the site’s German heritage.

OUR HISTORY

THE FIRST PURPOSE-BUILT GYMNASIUM IN ENGLAND

German Gymnasium was designed by Edward Gruning and was England’s first purpose-built gymnasium, with funding coming solely from London’s German community. It was built in 1865 for the German Gymnastics Society (established in 1861 by Ernst Ravenstein) and hosted London’s first indoor Olympic Games, back in 1866.

OUR LONDON'S SUSTAINABILITY POLICY

At D&D London, we are fully committed to minimising our impact on the planet. We are addressing a range of specific issues, including the ethical sourcing of food products, reducing food waste and maximising recycling, whilst reducing our energy and water consumption. To find out more about our sustainability policy, please click here.

OUR LONDON'S SUSTAINABILITY POLICY

At D&D London, we are fully committed to minimising our impact on the planet. We are addressing a range of specific issues, including the ethical sourcing of food products, reducing food waste and maximising recycling, whilst reducing our energy and water consumption. To find out more about our sustainability policy, please click here.

" From now on we're gonna start spending a lot more time in the gymnasium, but don't worry - we haven't gone fitness crazy."

Time Out London