Epitaux’s was a restaurant in the Haymarket, which was located in the City of Westminster in the West End of London, England. In Dinners and Diners (1899), Nathaniel Newnham-Davis describes Epitaux’s as “very snug and nice,” and describes the interior as featuring: “walls of the lightest cream colour, its pilasters and cornices picked out with gold, its panels of deep blue-green stamped velvet, its musicians’ gallery filled with palms, under which in a glass-enclosed room a young lady in black serves out the wines and liqueurs, its blaze of electric lights on the walls and its shaded lights on the tables.”


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