14 Hills is a restaurant and bar situated in the heart of London’s Square Mile. An all-day dining destination that transitions throughout the day: from lunches in the restaurant, be it business or pleasure, after-work cocktails in the bar or a sophisticated dinner in the restaurant.

Head Chef, John Barber’s menu focuses on modern British cooking with a touch of French flair. Dishes include Tuna tartare made with yellow fin tuna, avocado, crispy wontons and sesame & soy dressing, Sea bream grilled with freekeh rice, peach & rose harissa, Risotto with fennel and saffron arborio rice, and our signature free-range Chicken Kiev served with hispi cabbage, roast garlic butter and parsley mayo.

The restaurant’s name was inspired by the fact you can see as far as the hills, perched atop the 14th floor of 120 Fenchurch Street. City skyline views include The Shard, Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the River Thames. To bring a sense of the hills being alive within the restaurant, award-winning designer Robert Angell has created a lush garden-style interior. The restaurant has a canopy of evergreen plants and seasonal climbers growing at its centre with shrubs and several pergolas around the room too.

At D&D London, we are fully committed to minimising our impact on the planet. We are addressing a range of specific issues, including the ethical sourcing of food products, reducing food waste and maximising recycling, whilst reducing our energy and water consumption. To find out more about our sustainability policy, please click here.