This vast, 3-storey, 250-cover restaurant (which overlooks Green Park) on Piccadilly (used to house Fakhreldine and Diverso) is in partnership with the owners of Mayfair's Hedonism Wines.
Ollie closed both his casual dining restaurant Barnyard and the fine-dining, Michelin-starred Dabbous earlier this year ahead of this “major new undertaking” serving high quality dishes for all day dining from breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
The food "uses the very best ingredients, respectfully treated, to create light elegant dishes, both organic and theatrical". The restaurant itself is a unique, beautifully designed space (taking inspiration from Green Park) with bespoke tableware and the "best wine list in the world."
HIDE is set over three floors, connected by an incredible carved wood spiral staircase. “Ground” offers an a la carte menu for lunch and dinner, as well as afternoon tea and breakfast. “Above”, on the mezzanine, features a tasting menu and set lunch which sees Ollie take his cooking to new heights. And finally the bar “Below” presents a selection of Hedonism's finest and rarest spirits, along with an imaginative and hand-crafted cocktail menu.
Hide is open seven-day-a-week,from 7.30am until 1am.
Storied dining, oenophiles, connoisseurs
There are individually-styled private dining rooms for between four and 20 covers, serving either restaurant dishes or ‘feasting menus’.
Tartare of heritage beetroot with blueberry vinegar, rose petals, crushed pistachio, and horseradish raw cream; raw tuna with prickly ash & Exmoor caviar; slow roast goose with birch sap & kale and garden ripple ice cream.
Hide stocks the largest selection of wine in London (in excess of 6,800 bottles), with 15 sommeliers and the ability to pre-book and pre-decant any of the wines available.