As the temperatures drop and autumn rolls in, we’re beginning to see less and less greenery by the day. However, this new opening on Fenchurch Street could be the perfect escape for those missing the lush foliage of warmer months.
14 Hills is the newest addition to the D&D Group and is perfectly placed in the City’s Square Mile. Acting as a restaurant, bar and deli, the space is sure to offer a botanical hideaway for all occasions. Executive Chef Thomas Piat’s menu is primarily focused on British cooking but with an extra dash of French flair, inspired by his home country. Signatures include a sharing dish of venison pie, roast saddle and bone marrow, a seafood starter of white crab, cauliflower and oscietra caviar, and a classic beef tartare.
What makes 14 Hills so special? It's an oasis of greenery, with a variety of trees and shrubs dotted around to create a gorgeous indoor garden overlooking the city. Additionally, three larger pergolas will be decorated with hanging baskets and fairy lights creating a grotto-like space for larger groups. Created by the award-winning Robert Angell Design International, it’s sure to be a unique space to enjoy a meal or signature cocktail… We’re casting our gaze to the Fourteen (made with gin, lemon, Moet & Chandon Rose, black syrup and Tia Maria and coconut reduction).