64 Degrees

Tucked away in the North Laine you will find this small restaurant with an open kitchen by Great British Menu 2017 winner, Micheal Bremner. It is fine dining at its very best, serving creative menus using fresh local produce. The restaurant was voted 16th in the National Restaurant top 100 list in 2016 and recently voted in the top 10% restaurants worldwide by TripAdvisor users. Definitely worth a visit. 


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