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Our new restaurant concept is 1897 - a fascinating alternative for guests who want something extra.

What is 1897?
1897 is a restaurant concept designed to offer guests an experience of food, drink and hospitality.

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1897 Restaurant

Our new restaurant concept is 1897 - a fascinating alternative for guests who want something extra. What is 1897? 1897 is a restaurant concept...

1897 Restaurant

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