The build-up to Ollie Dabbous newest venture has excited London diners for some time now, but the wait is over as his Hide restaurant has officially opened. Located in London's Mayfair neighborhood, this multi-tiered space features three distinct levels, Below, Ground and Above, and each floor features its own discrete identity. Below serves mainly as a bar and wine cellar, but also embraces dining with a group of private dining rooms. Ground is an all-day restaurant and bakery that will switch between breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner menus. Above is the fine dining space for Hide restaurant and will offer a tasting menu at lunch and dinner.
With the Hide restaurant being open all day the menu features wide variation and celebrates unique flavors with every meal. Standout dishes that are set to appear on the menu include chestnut parcels in a light duck broth, vegetables and charcuterie, jasmine and wild pea flower religieuse and candy floss with wild herbs. The decision to serve multiple meals will surely be a challenge for the kitchen, but the exploration of flavors attributed to each meal will definitely leave room for plenty of exploration.
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