Dabbous fans, rejoice: the star chef’s new 184-cover restaurant, Hide, has arrived.
Set over three floors, with a Gaudí-esque spiral central staircase, floor-to-ceiling windows and enviable views over Green Park, it’s already a hit with foodies and critics alike.
For private dining, there are four individually styled rooms to choose from. Three small, intimate spaces can be found in the basement vaults: the Broken Room (four seats), Reading Room (six seats) and Shadow Room (six seats).
Upstairs, the Hide and Seek Room can accommodate up to 20 diners. It has its own entrance, including a lift with enough space to take up your car. For larger groups, we’re told the entire first floor can be hired out for up to 60 guests.
On the food front, diners can expect Dabbous’ signature light dishes, championing British seasonal ingredients. But wine is big business too, with Hedonism Wines behind the impressive list (70 pages, no less!).
Cocktails more your thing? The basement bar offers an inventive menu crafted by Dabbous’ long-time collaborator Oskar Kinberg, along with a fine selection of spirits.