D&D London has announced that 14 Hills, its new restaurant, bar and deli situated in the City’s square mile, will open on Monday 11 November.
14 Hills will be D&D’s first City opening since 2014. Heading up the kitchen will be Thomas Piat, formerly executive chef at Daniel Boulud’s Bar Boulud. It will mark a return to London for the chef, who most recently worked in Paris, overseeing the launch of Hélène Darroze’s most recent opening, JOíA.
The restaurant interior contains a variety of trees and shrubs spread throughout, transforming the open plan space into an indoor garden high above the bustling crowds of Fenchurch Street.
Piat’s menu will focus on modern British cooking with a touch of French influence. Signature dishes will include roast saddle, venison pie, venison bone marrow, long pepper & whisky sauce (£42); and a seafood starter of white crab, cauliflower and oscietra caviar (£14.50). Classic dishes such as beef tartare, Jersey rock oysters, and Beef Rossini will also feature, as well as a dedicated grill menu of Aberdeen ribeye, Hereford fillet, and Dover Sole served on the bone.