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The medieval Kemp Hall was once Oxford’s first police station and later achieved international celebrity status when it became La Sorbonne, attracting visitors such as Elizabeth Taylor. Since 1993,
however, it has been the home of the city's best Thai restaurant, noted for knockout dishes such as spiced chicken & ground peanuts wrapped in Thai spinach leaves, sweet chilli prawns cooked
with spring onions and cashew nuts & pork in coconut milk with long beans, Thai herbs and chilli. Sit appropriately among the ancient timbers & Eastern antiques spread over two floors.
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