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New from Caprice Holdings, this elegant Selfridges brasserie features a 24ft crystal-encrusted Pegasus statue created especially by Damien Hirst. With its own entrance on Duke Street, Brasserie of Light will be open all day, serving an "eclectic mix of classic British and internationally inspired dishes".

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400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB
Opening hours
Monday8 am-12 am
Tuesday8 am-12 am
Wednesday8 am-12 am
Thursday8 am-12 am
Friday8 am-12 am
Saturday9 am-12 am
Sunday9 am-11 pm

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