Got there early and grabbed a cocktail downstairs.

Dabbous is knocking out his most fabulous five-star food yet. I would love to go back and we will, maybe if we are lucky for my birthday in January. It allows us to connect with them. Hide is a collaboration between Hedonism Wines and chef Ollie Dabbous, and occupies some prime real estate opposite Green Park, which provides the insp... One MICHELIN Star: High quality cooking, worth a stop! The fish was very bland and the pigeon really lacked taste too.

Wine pairings the same - ok but no more and very miserly on amounts given. I'm sorry to say that today was not as enjoyable as previous visits despite the tough Beef, I found the restaurant far too busy for comfort. Go before that waiting list grows.

But we’re not in Clapton now, Toto. of Prosecco we were immediately asked if we wanted two bottles??! Will wait maybe before returning.More, We were really looking forward to this evening. So we asked for a glass each of red and white.

‘Above’ serves a tasting menu, which allows you to experience the full repertoire of this talented kitchen, and although ‘Ground’ is a slightly more casual, all-day affair, it shares the same vision: to bring out the natural flavours of the ingredients, in light and immaculately crafted dishes. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. That’s perhaps bad luck so unfair to judge that. And this course is the first, and last, sniff of meat since the charcuterie. Certainly not shortchanged either. and bass being my two personnel favourites. I am surprised there has been mixed reviews here, as I did not feel this way at all. Wherever you go that’s a lot of money so you expect a brilliant experience not a 5/10 at best. Using fingers. That plus comes from the wine. A special thank you to the team who also sent me a menu by post for me to frame as I forgot to take one on the day.

I asked my partner how he felt about the wines the staff helped him choose: his words are: "No complaints at all, but yes it was not cheap'.

A prickly thicket of crispy kale hides slices of posh duck, rosy with good breeding and honking confident gaminess.

We had breakfast .2 couples cost us 140 pounds. W1J 8JB, Toasted white, green asparagus, meadowsweet and warm hey buttermilk, Jasmine & wild pea flower religious: cold-brew jasmine tea, Ollie Dabbous says he's better now than when he won his Michelin star, The view of Port Isaac from the restaurant, Hide review: 'Ollie Dabbous achieves polished perfection', {{#singleComment}}{{value}} comment{{/singleComment}}{{^singleComment}}{{value}} comments{{/singleComment}}. We ordered the 8-course tasting menu, which was good of course. It is not the cheapest Michelin star we have eaten at, however for me it is one of the best. That’s ok if it delivers.

Sticky cola pudding with bourbon and clotted cream is a dream pub grub pud. It wasn’t as though the ingredients for all the courses were super expensive either. At least the measure was better - probably 175ml. There is attention to detail in almost everything. How much is the set lunch and what does it consist of? 39-45 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XF | 020 7403 6655.

I asked my partner how he felt about the wines the staff helped him choose: his words are: "No complaints at all, but yes it was not cheap'. It’s a brilliant dish. Fat crimson cubes sparkle with the salinity of Exmoor caviar and the tiny leaves the waiter says are chervil. Another Novikov.

Are you sure you want to delete this question? Five courses and iconic pairing with a glass of wine to finish was over £900 for the two of us. Matthew says they’ve already spoken to Michelin about treating the two separately, with Above shooting for two stars. The measures were very small (no one explained why measures were so small). Miso gilds it with yet more umami. A fantastic way to celebrate my 40th birthday with family and an extremely memorable lunch. We rank these hotels, restaurants, and attractions by balancing reviews from our members with how close they are to this location.

I asked for a cab Sauv and got a blend. in advance, arrange for flowers to be brought in, etc. The staff members were all friendly, warm individuals and made the experience even better. - It was our fault we went for the iconic wine pairing (not iconic - no big name iconic wines so felt short changed again) but you still would expect more volume or at least significantly better wines for £210 each.

Both were outstanding.

Flo XMore. The experience was excellent throughout: the team in charge of the bookings was very helpful and made it very easy for us to choose the menus, visit...in advance, arrange for flowers to be brought in, etc. Well, this isn’t somewhere to whisper sweet nothings over dinner — Above’s production values require the constant presence of many actors and stagehands, decanting and explaining and replenishing and perfecting.

Finally the entire staff was extremely welcoming, kind and helpful. Ollie Dabbous, one of the best chefs in the country, brings us Hide, a fine dining venture and collaboration with Hedonism Wines and bartender and former Dabbous co-founder Oskar Kinberg.Ollie, who opened Dabbous in 2012, once billed as one of the hardest restaurants to get into in London, closed his eponymous restaurant in 2017 to make way for this. So, total bill of a cocktail before, For me, goose.

From set menus to breakfast, kid's menus to individual dishes, cocktails and wine; daily delivery in a 7 mile radius. After dessert - we both wanted a glass of wine. £900 lighter, still hungry and thirsty and massively underwhelmed. The wine was so well matched to the food and I enjoyed tasting Japanese wine for the first time. Cornwall-bound for the weekend, we stop overnight at The Compasses Inn, owned by a certain Ben Maschler.

The tempo of food starts gently: a palette of sweet baby vegetables, curls of slick home cured charcuterie speared self-consciously on feathers. Up the Art Deco tree trunk staircase though and: heaven’s Above. Downstairs is Ground, the casual all-day space (there’s also a cocktail bar, Below). Food was good but nothing more than that. People were coming and going around our table, with loads of people entering and leaving the establishment. Sadly we waited far too long for our peach Belini arrival drinks and when we went on to order a bottle...of Prosecco we were immediately asked if we wanted two bottles??! But there was only one exceptional dish (the squid), two very good ones and three really under par (the main and both deserts).



Great customer service thank you.More, Of course it's a lovely experience to go there - a nice space and friendly, efficient staff.

Cringingly arrogant, that — except the food is so bloody good. the lowest level wine pairing - which had noticeably small measures - there turned out to be more chat than wine I'm afraid!

It is not the cheapest Michelin star we have eaten at, however for me it is one of the best. For the less giddy, there is a separate 70-page paper menu of in-restaurant wines, many clocking in under £40.

After a stonking endless-course dinner in the barn, we breakfast on lardy cakes and the best bacon ever. One final thing I want to mention is the half visors that the staff wear do not even cover their noses, not too sure about this! I say that because that’s exactly what we have experienced. After dessert - we both wanted a glass of wine. Tripadvisor gives a Travelers’ Choice award to accommodations, attractions and restaurants that consistently earn great reviews from travelers and are ranked within the top 10% of properties on Tripadvisor. Let’s not beat about the bush.

Thank you.

It is also, obviously, not cheap.

Actually flawless? This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. Over to dinner and got an aisle pair of seats that didn’t feel top end. Finally the entire staff was extremely welcoming, kind and helpful. The staff were friendly and extremely helpful and changed courses and wine choices to suit individual dietary requirements. Small transparent visors yes, and that is very welcome. Flo X. hesitation the service was impeccable and the food and drinks just amazing. The fish was very bland and the pigeon really lacked taste too. Cinematic windows screen Green Park, the inspiration behind the £95 eight-course menu. If you’re going to spend over £200 each on five glasses of wine for pairing then at least make them 175ml. Wine pairings the same - ok but no more and very miserly on amounts given.

He is ever so sorry for misleading us, and we are ever so charmed.

We chose the iconic wine pairing which was a big mistake from us. On a swelteringly hot lunchtime visit to Ground, my mother orders turbot in a sauce of its own bones: lily petals of fish in broth that concentrates the memory of every lemon-drizzled fillet I’ve ever eaten in a single spoonful, with a seaspray of oyster leaf and monksbeard, and pickled pink garlic popping up like pick ’n’ mix from the pier. 85 Piccadilly

This was a huge disappointment after building it up on the journey in. It was our fault we went for the iconic wine pairing (not iconic - no big name iconic wines so felt short changed again) but you still would expect more volume or at least significantly better wines for £210 each. Five courses and iconic pairing with a glass of wine to finish was over £900 for the two of us. Of course if you prefer not to eat late, then book a lunch tester menu, not dinner. We went for the 5 course menu as it would have been a major rush to get through the 8 courses before 10pm curfew.

Hide is a five-star restaurant. • Modern British, Wagyu with Oscietra caviar and rye in a warm oxtail broth, Sugared almond soufflé with preserved apricots and osmanthus ice cream. Both were outstanding. Championing wild food and seasonality, KOL is a modern Mexican restaurant in the heart of Marylebone, London, from Chef Patron Santiago Lastra.