MUST DO: 30 Euston Square


Grab a bite in a gasp-enducing Grade II-listed building



30 Euston Square
‘Unexpectedly awesome views of northwest London’ Photo: PR
This is a landmark building that you probably never even knew existed. Built for an assurance company in 1906 in the Greek Revival style, it was converted to form the headquarters of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2012 after lying unused for a good couple of decades.

It’s utterly gasp-inducing as you step inside the elegant grade II-listed reception, where the bright white, calming Caritas Café lies beyond (licensed, we may add, if you fancy a glass of vino with your salad or sandwich).

There’s also a private-hire roof terrace which offers unexpectedly awesome views northwest, plus meeting spaces, a boutique hotel and vertigo-inducing view right back down to the open atrium.

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Café Caritas is open till 8pm daily and is situated on the corner of Euston Road and Melton Street NW1.

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