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Food

An innate contradiction: Mount St Restaurant reviewed

18 February 2023

9:00 AM

18 February 2023

9:00 AM

The Mount St Restaurant lives above the Audley Public House on Mount Street, ‘a traditional neighbourhood pub, carefully restored, and where history and contemporary art collide’, and which once appeared in a Woody Allen film called Match Point. It is owned by Artfarm, founders of the Hauser and Wirth Gallery, who have created an art gallery above the pub and inserted a restaurant into it.

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