People tend to check in during these times:
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Download the "train" application from App Store and sit outside and relax in the food and cafes venue while checking the time table of the trains.
Try Cafe Nero for a good tea or coffee before boarding. £2 pot or £2 americano.
This station was extremely busy on a Sunday afternoon.
Not enough sitting spots within the station, but that's understandable considering it's size. Head to the square and enjoy some good food if your train isn't due for hours.
Staff were extremely helpful! thanks guys.
Head out to the square for a decent selection of restaurants and coffee shops.
There's a Sainburys just outside the station for picking up snacks for the journey
Not the nicest station one could imagine but it does the trick.
Virgin First Class lounge - free alcoholic drinks with my Traveller
Getting a facelift but functional rather than beautiful. Walk through it and there are some decent branded eateries outside in case - pret, ed's, nandos, cafe rouge...as well as an M&s and Sainsburys
Grab a panini for your trip from the Delice de France.
Many fast food shops, newspaper stands, pubs and pharmacies at the station
SECRET EXIT: If you're heading to Drummond Street for a curry avoid the crowds by heading towards Platform 18. There is an exit which takes you there an avoids the main (busy) entrance
Very busy everyday.... Car park is good though
Head outside to the Euston Tap for great craft beers in a quirky building just outside Euston Station. Top tip!
Don't loiter so much and get out of the way of people who are trying to get somewhere.
Yummy food places around the station.
London Midland services almost always on platform 11+.Rush hour for London Midland from 1630 to 1900 (yes, seriously!)
Ed's Diner is a great place to eat, it's just outside of the station. There's a nice variety of food places inside the station too. Avoid going to the toilet there, as it costs you 30p.
Wait for your train in the food court. Much more comfortable/quiet than the main hall.
There's an M&S, boots and the Cloud wifi
Ugly but functional station, especially when compared with Kings Cross and St Pancras a few minutes walk up Euston street.
Harry Ramsden's fish bites are perfect for lunch if you're in a hurry!
Good selection of shops and cafes to keep you entertained while waiting on transport.
Loved the American coffee @ Nero Caffè
Don't rely on the arrivals board to guess which platform your train will be on. It'll invariably not work out for the best.
Worst of all the London mainline stations needs a refurb
Wifi. A lot of restaurants if you're waiting for your train!
Funny watching people wait for the platform to appear and then running to it.
Trains to Glasgow close their doors two minutes before departure. Be quick.
I am just amazingly surprised how come the platform can be THIS old (⊙ｏ⊙)
There is Sainsbury local so you can go quick shopping when waiting for your train
Get food and drinks for your journey from the M&S
Good place to change from the Northern line to the Victoria line
AMT is the only coffee shop in the station (as far as I know) that has fair trade and organic as standard. Tastes good too. See ethical consumer coffee shop rankings for more information.
Free O2 wi fi around the body shop
Cheap/quick food options are the sandwich/snack/drink meal deals from Boots on the main concourse and Sainsbury's (exit front and turn right). The rest is motorway services prices.
For trains to Watford Jct, avoid the concourse crush by turning left out of the tube straight to Platforms 8-11
The cheapest tea that can probably be had is this place is m&s at 2quid, delice de France is 2.20, upper crust at 2.25. Just an observation, one very bored morning here.
Don't eat at the Sloe Cafe/Bar. Questionable food
Finding a bin is like proving God exists
You can take the train to Watford Junction for Harry Potter's studios in Three Rivers.
Be at the station slightly ahead if the time on your ticket to avoid missing your train.
Nam-po next time!
Get the 14:05 to Tring on a Saturday to get to Watford for 14:30. Leaves you with plenty of time to get to the Vic.
don't bother there's better places you can go and if you want Glasgow/Edinburgh you can use Kings Cross
Get the sleeper, very civilised
For HammerSmith and City line, walk to Euston Square station which is close by.
Electronic tickets only work when your phone has battery life! Charge up before you present a blank screen to the ticket collector.
It's worth the time savings to just get a taxi.