The Hill Bar and Brasserie

Hill BurgerThe perfect venue for your Sunday lunch or a romantic dinner for two, The Hill Bar and Brasserie offers a North American dining experience in the heart of leafy Belsize Park.

After undergoing a relaunch last summer, this year The Hill Bar and Brasserie have unveiled a new menu under the direction of restaurateur Michael Parker and have succeeded in producing a gem in the heart of Belsize Park. The restaurant provides an authentic North American dining experience with an eclectic menu developed from only fresh ingredients. Choose between shellfish, the raw bar, Schezuan noodle bowls and steak-boards. For a romantic evening for two, share a Shellfish Platter or Oysters and for catching up with the girlfriends in the summer try the citrus-marinated sashimi or Baked Honey Fig & Dolcelatté with a dolcelatte blue cheese dressing & caramelised pecans salad for the perfect palatable dish.

StyleNest sampled The Hill’s mouth-watering classic burger topped melted Montrey Jack, sweet red onion chutney, chunky chips and topped with a garlic butter bun. This is the perfect option if you are looking to satisfy a hungry other half. If you’re looking for something lighter then try the Fillet of Beef for a starter. Slightly seared and topped with fresh green rocket and drizzled with a sweet glaze, this dish is a fresh Summer choice. Make sure you don’t leave without sampling the moist molten Sticky Toffee Pudding drizzled with hot toffee sauce and be sure to accompany your meal with one of The Hill’s dynamic cocktails or a glass of red or white from their extensive wine list.

Ideal for Saturday Brunch or Sunday Lunch with the whole family, you can choose to sit outside and watch the goings-on of Haverstock Hill or sit in the peaceful garden and tuck into a roast of your choice. For romantic evenings, dine in the 1800’s built restaurant areas, finished and furnished with tarnished mirrors and art deco chandeliers taken from George Michael and Boy George’s homes (legally of course) and enjoy old prints from the 1900’s.

It has already acquired a local North London following by way of word of mouth, but it is definitely worth taking the trip for a delectable meal in an historic setting. The pearl in an oyster, The Hill Bar and Brasserie, is a refined multi-faceted venue, which is relaxed and atmospheric.

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The Hill Bar & Brasserie, 94 Haverstock Hill, Steeles Village, London NW3 2BD

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