Dabbous’ Hide spin-off Hideaway pops up in Piccadilly

Chef Ollie Dabbous will be bringing a pared down version of the Michelin-starred wine mecca Hide in Mayfair to Piccadilly this winter, in the form of a pop-up called Hideaway.

Hide’s comforting nest egg

In contrast to its flagship restaurant, opened last year by the owners of Mayfair wine retailer Hedonism Wines, this spin off restaurant will have the look at feel of a “Parisian bistro”.

The pop-up will serve up coffees and croissants, oysters and champagne and dishes including Hide’s chicken liver parfait with fig and hibiscus chutney and home-cured goose with fenugreek.

Plenty of wines will also be available, from the Hedonism cellars, as well as a hot Christmas gin punch. Guests will also be able to purchase a selection of Hide’s jams and chutneys to take away.

Hideaway will run from 19 November to February 2019 in the Burlington Arcade on Piccadilly.

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