Cuisine: Italian, Tapas/Small Plates
Price Point: Mains from £10-£20

A buzzing slice of Italy in the middle of King’s Cross, the second site of this independent restaurant group is every bit as homely, welcoming and authentic as the original in Camden. Co-founder Giuseppe Miggiano moved to London in 2009 and he aims to capture the essence of his childhood home in southern Italy and the fresh, hearty flavours of his mother’s cooking.

Take one bite of the hand turned pasta cooked to a traditional carbonara recipe and you’ll agree that he has succeeded. Crispy fried polenta and gorgonzola cream prove perfect bedfellows, while the buffalo burrata and fresh tomato salad is a delicious reminder that the best thing to do with top quality ingredients is nothing more than arrange them artfully on a plate.

As night falls and the vintage record player clicks on, front of house host Giuseppe begins to flex his famous Aperol Spritz skills - the secret ingredient is a dash of house bitters. The wine list nods to most of Italy’s 20 regions, from the herbaceous Telero Rosso Cantele, produced in Puglia, to the robust Chianti Classico from Tuscany.

Map

Map Loading...

Casa Tua King's Cross
106 Cromer street
King's Cross
London WC1H 8BZ

Open Hours:
Mon - Sun: 9am till 10pm

Phone: 02078 331483
Website: www.casatualondon.com

Sample Menu *may not be current

Click on menu to enlarge.

Book a First Table

Casa Tua King's Cross
Location: King's Cross
Cuisine: Italian, Tapas/Small Plates
Mains: £10-£20

Reviews

First time to this restaurant and it was great - the service was really good and the food was really yummy. The arancini balls were amazing. The place was really relaxed, not too loud so you felt like you could have a proper catch up and take your time, we sat downstairs and we didn’t feel rushed so it was really nice to catch up with friends. The wine was good and reasonably priced! Will definitely come back - thank you!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Ray Evans

What a surprise to find such a great eatery tucked away on a quiet street in front of Euston Road only five minutes from Kings Cross station. Forget the trendy Granary Square area with its noise, tourists and non-authentic eateries. Casa Tua is all about real food and an authentic experience. We had a delicious, leisurely lunch of shared plates, brought out as they were ready, freshly prepared and deeply satisfying. Flavours were intense: Fried Polenta with Gorgonzola Cream, Burrata and Tomato Chutney with fennel seeds, Roasted beetroot with caramelised walnuts - all memorable; nothing disappointed.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Erin Williams

Great food, great service.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

I was thoroughly impressed with Casa Tua and will definitely be back. My friend and I shared the arrancini (my favourite), baked aubergine, bruschetta and the beetroot, hazelnut and goats cheese salad, all of which we loved. It was honestly the nicest food I've had in a long time.
The restaurant is on a quiet street which meant we could sit outside without breathing in car fumes, which was lovely. The staff were friendly and service was very good. A great find!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

I met a friend here for an early dinner - it was absolutely delightful. A very cute and cosy restaurant with wonderful service and delicious food. I particularly enjoyed the parmigiana. Despite being so close to Kings Cross, it is on a calm and quiet street, it was nice to escape the madness of Euston Road. I would definitely recommend.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Elizabeth Wootton

We had a lovely time at Casa Tua in Kings Cross yesterday evening. From the moment we arrived, we were greeted warmly and made to feel at home. The manager was really friendly and made lots of jokes with us and our waiter was really sweet. The food was superb: we had the arancini and the burrata to start and then a pasta each for main and all dishes were fantastic. The homemade pasta was done really well and was really flavoursome (only tiny niggle was that the portion could have been a little bit larger). We had the house red wine which was also really good. The overall experience was excellent and the atmosphere was really buzzy and authentic - especially later on in the evening. I'd definitely go back to Casa Tua and would highly recommend it to others.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

First time to this restaurant and it was great - the service was really good and the food was really yummy. The arancini balls were amazing. The place was really relaxed, not too loud so you felt like you could have a proper catch up and take your time, we sat downstairs and we didn’t feel rushed so it was really nice to catch up with friends. The wine was good and reasonably priced! Will definitely come back - thank you!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Tilly Thorneycroft

Lovely experience, cosy setting, great service, great menu, shared the burrata and aubergine to start and had delicious bolognese ragu for main with home made pasta, would of had a dessert if I wasnt full as they looked delcious as well. House white wine was nice and good value! Will be coming again!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Cheska Tyler

My second visit to Casa Tua and just as lovely as the first.
I shared 4 plates with a friend of mine and we loved them all. We were trying to make 'healthy choices' which doesn't tend to bode well with pasta but we managed easily! Looking forward to a return visit soon.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

This restaurant is wonderful. Unbelievably tasty homemade food and friendly service. We tried the Maccheroncini Alla Pugliese (broccoli pasta), sausage and truffle tortellini, and the Parmigiana Di Melanzane (aubergine bake). I would HIGHLY recommend all of those dishes! I plan to become a regular.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Ray Evans

What a surprise to find such a great eatery tucked away on a quiet street in front of Euston Road only five minutes from Kings Cross station. Forget the trendy Granary Square area with its noise, tourists and non-authentic eateries. Casa Tua is all about real food and an authentic experience. We had a delicious, leisurely lunch of shared plates, brought out as they were ready, freshly prepared and deeply satisfying. Flavours were intense: Fried Polenta with Gorgonzola Cream, Burrata and Tomato Chutney with fennel seeds, Roasted beetroot with caramelised walnuts - all memorable; nothing disappointed.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Our new favourite place! Great food, decor, location and people. Absolutely loved it.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Erin Williams

Great food, great service.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Delicious pasta and a lovely relaxed atmosphere

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Christopher Jen

Great tasty home made food. The starters are great. Ragu pasta yummy!!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

I was thoroughly impressed with Casa Tua and will definitely be back. My friend and I shared the arrancini (my favourite), baked aubergine, bruschetta and the beetroot, hazelnut and goats cheese salad, all of which we loved. It was honestly the nicest food I've had in a long time.
The restaurant is on a quiet street which meant we could sit outside without breathing in car fumes, which was lovely. The staff were friendly and service was very good. A great find!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Samantha Jones

Amazing food, attentive service and the best meatballs in London.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Great restaurant!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Cheska Tyler

We had a fantastic time at Casa Tua. The facelift has made the place beautiful, staff were friendly and keen to help guide our ordering and the menu was just divine.

Such a cute place just off the beaten track. Excellent food, cant wait to come back!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

I met a friend here for an early dinner - it was absolutely delightful. A very cute and cosy restaurant with wonderful service and delicious food. I particularly enjoyed the parmigiana. Despite being so close to Kings Cross, it is on a calm and quiet street, it was nice to escape the madness of Euston Road. I would definitely recommend.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

We went for a family dinner and everyone enjoyed the shared plates and main course. My daughters loved the Bruschetta and their plates of home made Italian pasta!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Elizabeth Wootton

We had a lovely time at Casa Tua in Kings Cross yesterday evening. From the moment we arrived, we were greeted warmly and made to feel at home. The manager was really friendly and made lots of jokes with us and our waiter was really sweet. The food was superb: we had the arancini and the burrata to start and then a pasta each for main and all dishes were fantastic. The homemade pasta was done really well and was really flavoursome (only tiny niggle was that the portion could have been a little bit larger). We had the house red wine which was also really good. The overall experience was excellent and the atmosphere was really buzzy and authentic - especially later on in the evening. I'd definitely go back to Casa Tua and would highly recommend it to others.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

We had a lovely experience at Casa Tua. The food was great and reasonably priced, will definitly be back again!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Lovely Italian with an authentic feel. A friend and I had a few dishes to share - the burrata (with pumpkin and pesto) was incredible - the best I have had. We also shared the garlic pasta which was OK but wouldn't recommend. I'd go here again.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Katie Colclough

Food was great - especially the burrata! Really nice atmosphere, nice quiet location but close proximity to Kings Cross and incredibly better than a chain Italian restaurant!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Zoë Burr

Amazing food and atmosphere.
Will definitely come again.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Excellent food - every dish is delicious. Will visit again soon!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Marcella Pastore

Cozy place with real italian food.. my boyfriend and i been welcoming by our fantastic waiter piergiuseppe. The burrata as starter was truly testy and was melting in our mouths... for our main we had amatriciana pasta and carbonara all accompanied by a bottle of wine. Service and food were excellent we will definitively go back !!!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Nice food and good atmosphere.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Sufia Rahman

This is a great little Italian restaurant tucked close to King's Cross. It had a buzzy but laidback atmosphere more like a cafe. The food was very tasty - fresh and homemade. Service was friendly although slow at times.

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Díana Bermudez

The decor and the vibe of this little place tucked behind Kings Cross is so cute. Really loved the style and the fact everything felt very homemade & Italian. Portion sizes of everything were great. Spritz was delicious. My only 2 things were the flavours were lacking for me - having lived in Italy for 2 years I have high expectations which weren’t quite met. Also, it felt like it was understaffed especially as the place was so busy. Everyone was really nice though, and the ambience was great, so we’d come again!

- dined at Casa Tua King's Cross on

Overview

25 reviews

Food
Service