It’s great news for Streatham that Hideaway has found its feet so fast. There are precious few venues that successfully combine good food & drink with live jazz & comedy. This pleasing, post-industrial space was once a snooker hall, but noise levels are low enough for diners to talk to each other (hush generally descends during performances). The bar has a concise but well-annotated wine list, though jazz lovers should sample the cocktails – a homage to great drinks & great performers of the 20th century. The food menu changes regularly, yet contains influences from across the planet; Mauritian pork & pineapple curry or jerk chicken might appear alongside run-of-the-mill steaks & burgers. Portions are generous, which is no bad thing – puddings aren’t worth saving space for.
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