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St James Restaurant and Bar

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St James Restaurant and Bar

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Award winning St James Restaurant and Bar has found favour with both critics and the locals of London’s cool Crouch End. A relaxed and bustling gastro-bar with a superbly appointed restaurant hidden away in an intimate, beautifully appointed all-white room, St James has a simplistic, unfussy look and friendly, unobtrusive service. Out in the St James kitchen, British food takes a trip to the continent with a wide range of menus offering an array of colourful dishes suiting all tastes and occasions with clever combinations and attractive presentation. Famed throughout London, St James Sundays are hugely popular with families, offering a delicious roast lunch accompanied by high quality kids’ entertainment.

St James Restaurant and Bar
4 Topsfield Parade, Middle Lane, Crouch End, London
Website
stjamesn8.co.uk
Hours
10:00-22:30 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun