Hill Street Brasserie
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Hill Street Brasserie information
In keeping with the design studios and art galleries that throng the nearby streets, this little brasserie is desperately trendy, from the slate-and-wood floor to the aubergine-and-olive colour scheme. The express lunch menu is a bargain, offering a choice of homemade burger, beer-battered fish and chips or veggie dish (Thursday to Saturday).