Forth Floor Restaurant & Brasserie
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Forth Floor Restaurant & Brasserie information
The in-store restaurant at Harvey Nichols has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking St Andrew Sq, making it a great place to enjoy sunset views across the New Town rooftops. The food has as much designer chic as the surroundings, while the less formal brasserie offers simpler dishes, and also serves Sunday brunch (11am to 5pm).