The Hide at The Bull

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"GOOD"

12 reviews

4-5 Devonshire Row , London, EC2M 4RH

The Hide at The Bull

SquareMeal Review of The Hide at The Bull

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"GOOD"

A Tudor mansion nicknamed Fisher’s Folly once occupied this site just seconds from Liverpool Street Station – although its current incumbent has a more serious purpose. Combining a pub and restaurant with boutique bedrooms, The Bull dispenses traditional breakfasts, simple lunches and Sunday roasts alongside an assortment of craft beers, wines and cocktails. It also boasts an intimate first-floor restaurant called The Hide, where chef Kalifa Diakhaby (a Jason Atherton protégé) serves up a more ambitious menu of contemporary Anglo-European dishes. Starters of roast king scallops with chorizo, peas and spring onions or slow-cooked beetroot, feta and walnut salad could give way to lobster macaroni, spatchcock poussin with lemon, garlic and thyme or pan-fried black bream with crushed new potatoes, crab and parsley sauce. Grills please the red-blooded brigade, while desserts favour Brit classics such as apple and hazelnut crumble.

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The Hide at The Bull Location

4-5 Devonshire Row , London EC2M 4RH

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020 7655 4805

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Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-3pm 6-10pm

The Hide at The Bull's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 7.8

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Service: 8.0

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Atmosphere: 7.5

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Value: 7.5

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Food + drink: 2

Service: 3

Atmosphere: 3

Value: 3

15 January 2017

Thought this was going to be a find but actually had a very average evening. Surroundings are lovely, bathroom immaculate, location great. But, oh dear, what a blah meal. The mushrooms on toast were delicious, the falafel tasteless, the pasta over cooked and the fish and chips underwhelming. Wine ok, tap water iced. No wonder the dining room is quiet - nothing to shout about here!

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Food + drink: 3

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

Platinum Reviewer
23 June 2016

The room is quite small and works well for a group as it feels more personal. Food is varied and good value, with the pub below making it good for a relaxed evening.

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 3

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

Platinum Reviewer
16 October 2015

I continue to like this restaurant, as the room is small and so has the feeling of almost being a private room. Food was very good, with the scotch quail egg and the burger recommended. Reasonably priced wine list and good service made this an enjoyable evening.