14 Hills is a restaurant, bar and deli situated in the heart of London’s Square Mile. An all-day dining destination that transitions throughout the day: from the daytime grab and go deli, to lunches in the restaurant be it business or pleasure, afternoon tea, after-work cocktails in the Bar, before the sun sets on a sophisticated dinner in the restaurant.
Executive Chef Thomas Piat’s menu focuses on modern British cooking but with a touch of French flair influenced from his home country. Restaurant dishes include wild bream crudo, citrus olive oil with sweet potato, Alba truffle with a 63-degree cooked egg, mushroom ragout and turbot roasted on the bone with black rice and cuttlefish with chive beurre blanc.
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 Thames. To bring a sense of the Hills being alive within the restaurant, award winning designers Robert Angell have 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.