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Travel – The Classic Kettner’s Townhouse Gets a Soho House Makeover

by Tom Noble

There aren’t any tunnels. But there is plenty of history. And now you can sleep over. Kettner’s one of London’s most famous, and oldest, restaurants, has a new lease of life.

Opened in 1867, by Auguste Kettner, a former chef of Napoleon III, the choice of Soho was not promising.


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