New review on 5th Feb 2016. Following a refurbishment a new bar with 3 taps on the left hand side added. In a rush but looked like a Camden and Wild beer offering on 2 of the taps.
Always worth a look in as has a decent range of mostly London based offerings on tap. The range has diversified a little with Siren and a few others appearing on the shelves. Maybe a little pricey but really handy to grab a decent beer to keep thirst at bay on the train.
Handily located in St Pancras station (at the far end, near the UK ticket office), Sourced Market sells coffee, fruit and vegetables and good quality bread, cheeses, meats and other deli-type produce. It also has a few fridges and shelves stocked with a range of interesting beers. Well worth a look.
(Visited 16 July 2012).
Fin (1085) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | March 27, 2014
We (Me, dad &’Barry) visited here on Wednesday 26th March 2014 en route to Cologne via a night stopover in Brussels travelling by Eurostar. We entered St Pancras International from across the road at Kings Cross and via the large newer glass section of building at the rear of the original impressive older station building, Sourced Market could be found on the left hand side on a corner as you turned onto the main concourse and headed back towards the old building & Eurostar. The beer section (shelves and fridges) were on the RH side you could pick up a bottle & find a seat & drink it in the cafe or take it away prices were typically ~£4 ish to drink in per bottle ~£3 to take away depending on bottle of course. The choice was mostly London Micros with Brixton, Pressure Drop, Kernel & many others all on display. A great little find, staff v.friendly, I will return.
Located towards the East Midlands Railway end of the St Pancras complex on the basement level.
Upmarket gourmet food and drink emporia with sit down option.
Taken in context - at a main railway station - this place offers a great selection of London area micro brews and prices (again for a mainline station) are reasonable.
Service was good, I was offered help whilst browsing, tho’ turned the offer down so can’t comment on staff knowledge!
Well worth popping to if you ever head under the chunnel or to the East Midlands.
Only gripe ... It doesn’t open in time for the first Brussels departure on a Saturday morning (0757) !!!UPDATED REVIEW 13/03/15. Range has expanded a little, A good 7 or 8 Siren beers on offer, more from Weird Beard than before, maybe a little less Kernel, but only by the odd bottle perhaps. Touch pricey compared to other Clondon bottle shops, usually a last stop for me.
A surprisingly nice selection of beers in a very convenient location - especially if you’re hopping on a train. They usually have a good range of beers from The Kernel, in addition to other random UK beers and a handful of imports. Good prices. You can drink there or take away. There is also a decent array of food products. Given the good selection highlighted by The Kernel, this place is probably worth visiting even if you aren’t in the station to travel.
A kind of farmers’ marked located right in the centre of St Pancras train station. Has got a good range of bottle beers, mostly from UK breweries. The bottles are available for consumption at one of the platters on the spot or to take away. Their brewery of the month was five different ales from the Great Newsome farm in Yorkshire. Friendly service. Must be lovely to eat and drink here. We were in a hurry and bought about 25 different beers for later enjoyments at our hotel (London, 19.03.2011).
Sourced has a solid range of beers available on offer. Local breweries are strongly represented, and most visitors should find quite a few interesting things to try. There are something like 40 bottles available from the likes of Beavertown, By The Horns, and The Kernel. A couple of Kernel beers that were on sale had only been premiered a week earlier, so they do get fresh product. The service is fine, the prices not too bad. Overall, this place is definitely worth a look. Recommended.
A useful for picking up some bottles if you’re passing though St Pancras station. There are also a few tables that you can drink/eat at if you have a bit of time to kill. The beer range is decent, with plenty from London-area brewers often including some of the rarer stuff. Being quite central, unlike some of the better beer shops, it can be a good starting point for grabbing those. As others have pointed out, proces are not the cheapest but I guess you wouldn’t expect them to be given the location and main focus (i.e. trippers and travellers)