On Mount Street, the restaurant will have an ‘eccentric Parisian vintage bric-a-bric feel’ and provide a mix of table service and food-to-go.
The menu will include croque monsieurs, lobster rolls, sandwiches, salads, oysters and ‘vintage-inpsired’ pastries with various retail items - including jams, chutneys and pickles - also available to purchase.
The kitchen will be headed by Andrew Alu, currently a sous chef at Hide.
Wines will be selected by the team at Hide’s sister wine business Hedonism, with a varied selection available by the glass. Teas will be from from Mariage Freres and the coffee menu mirrors that of Hide.
“Hide is somewhere people linger, whereas Hideaway provides a more immediate offering for people that don’t want to compromise on quality just because they have to on time.
"I’m looking forward to creating a menu that will both surprise and satisfy our guests,” say Hide executive chef Ollie Dabbous
“Mount Street deserves a great little coffee shop and deli. It’s the perfect location for Hideaway to finally spread its roots.
"There will be tables outside to watch the world go by: enjoy a cup hot chocolate in the cold winter air or a glass of Champagne in the summer sunshine,” says Hide co-owner Tatiana Fokina.
On Piccadilly overlooking Green Park, Hide was one of 2018’s biggest launches. The huge three-storey building is three venues in one – two restaurants and a bar.