Over the past two years, Hide's 'diffusion range' - a cafe called Hideaway - has been popping up in various locations - first in the Burlington Arcade and then, for a longer period, down at Chelsea Barracks. Now Ollie Dabbous and his team are getting ready to open it in a permanent spot on Mount Street.
The cafe will take over the spot previously occupied by the Mount Street Deli. Open all day and
Ollie Dabbous is back at Chelsea Barracks (a fancy new housing development), where he popped up last spring, with another pop-up. This time it's a cafe called Hideaway.
This time the pop-up is "inspired by the outdoor world" so expect a rustic look to the cafe and plenty of foliage.
If you haven't had a chance to get to HIDE yet, there will soon be another chance to try chef Ollie Dabbous' food in London - he's popping up at Chelsea Barracks, just as there happens to be a certain flower show on nearby.
He's popping up at the Chelsea Barracks, which is a big new development in Belgravia. If you've wanted to see what they've been up to with the site - this will be your first chance and there will
Open barely more than a week and already the recipient of a lovely review in The Standard, Hide restaurant on Piccadilly - a joint venture between could-he-be-any-bigger chef Ollie Dabous and the folks at Hedonism Wines - is probably going to be the restaurant you hear most about over the
Ollie Dabbous is back with his latest restaurant called Hide. This time he's coming to Piccadilly and it's promising some impressive views.
Ollie Dabbous teams up with the Experimental Group for a match made in heaven