Across the road from Green Park is Hide, a £20 million mega-restaurant-thing that feels like it’s intent on taking over the world. The interior of this place, based on the park opposite, is the vision of a Bond villain who was tormented by bark as a child. There’s just so much wood. It’s really something. The ground floor, aptly named Ground, serves from breakfast to dinner. Some dishes are quite lovely - agnolotti, crab tart, and a bit of grilled octopus, but it should also be on your hit list for its downstairs bar, cleverly named Below.
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