Bevis Marks Restaurant
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Bevis Marks Restaurant information
Enjoy upmarket kosher cuisine in elegant surroundings next to London’s oldest synagogue, built in 1701. All the old Jewish favourites are here – chicken soup with matzos, salt beef and fries – plus some splendid Mediterranean-inspired roasts.