Elm Hill Brasserie
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Fifteenth-century thatched restaurant serving classic English dishes in a historic setting. Cash only.
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Elm Hill Brasserie information
On the corner of the city's most famous street, this simple and elegant restaurant is bathed in light from its giant windows. Scrubbed wooden floors, contemporary style, a relaxed atmosphere and a menu of unfussy, classic French dishes made from seasonal, local ingredients make it always busy. Book in advance.