Situated on the 14th floor of 120 Fenchurch Street, 14 Hills is composed of a glamorous restaurant, lively bar with unparalleled views of London.
Head Chef Thomas Piat has created a menu that showcases the best of the British, with a French flair influenced from his home country. The menu will herald British produce.
From Lunch, Brunch, A La Carte and options, there is something for everyone to enjoy high above London.
The bar, headed up by Bar Manager Leandro Conti, serves Signature Cocktails, Craft Beer and experiments with local ingredients to provide the most unique tastes in the city.
With an extensive wine list, by Head Sommelier Elise Merigaud , wine pairing has never felt so easy.
New Year's Eve: From £75
1st Seating 6pm to 6.30pm - £75
2nd Seating 9pm to 11pm - £110
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 10 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 10 people
Starts: 31 December 2019
Ends: 31 December 2019
Availability: Tue 18:00-18:30 21:00-23:00
Lunch set menu: 2/3 courses £28/£32
From a set menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 25 November 2019
Ends: 25 December 2019
Availability: Mon-Fri 11:30-15:00
20 minutes late and they had given our table away, lateness caused by the restaurant being positioned in the middle of a roadwork jungle and a wait for the lift to get upstairs, all of which seem to confuse the receptionists. Had to wait for another table to be prepared but it wasn’t near full.
The place is split between a trendy, louder bar area but the restaurant is quieter and more chilled - just be warned.
Once seated, food and service was great.
Even managed to negotiate our coats back upon leaving, we had the coat check card.
Great place, good food, just be prepared for the bush tucker trial of the reception area, who when they rang 48 hours before the booking, despite it saying only for parties of 6 and above, needed card details for every Friday and Saturday night bookings.
Lovely venue lovely food perfect place for a girly dinner and catch up.
Super cool new entry in the London market . Nice ambience and super friendly and guest oriented staff . Our Italian guy was awesome .
Food beautifully served and well cooked .
Spot on !
Enjoyed a beautiful evening. The food was very good the Hake was such a delight and that mashed potato wow.
The ambiance was very good with great views of London.
The service was excellent by Maria and Luca.
Great place, amazing food. We asked if we can order the starters and order the main course, but asked if we can have our main course a bit later to have a break in between the 2 courses. Was told not a problem as soon as finished our starters the main came almost immediately. Apart from that. Not a bad place.
Disappointing. Over priced under creative food. I enjoy most D&D outposts but food here isn’t up to the price point. Service “nice” but haphazard. Waiting for sides to arrive with mains. View exceptional. Better out there.
Only half full, but very noisy. However, food and service were excellent.
This is a gem! Still fairly new so not crowded. Amazing views and such a beautiful decor. Totally recommend!
I must have gone to a different restaurant to everyone else. I was expecting so much more but left feeling let down. The venue is smart and views across the City from 14 floors up are great so a good start as a setting. However, the noise hits you on entry with an unnecessarily loud DJ, the seats at the tables are not that comfortable and the lighting so subdued that I could barely read my paper let alone the menu, with several other diners getting out their phone torches to read the menu as well. The chicory salad starter was enormous and although the steak on the Rossini dish was cooked well, the side dishes were poor with a notably solid gratin dauphinoise. Real shame as D&D do some really good places (like Skylon) but this was so much more appearance and show rather than substance from a food point of view. I'll unlikely return.
Incredible experience, definitely a place to visit when you are in London!
What a beautiful place to dine with some amazing city views. The food was unreal!! The lamb to share, especially. Will definitely visit again.
View was outstanding. Decor was nice and enjoyable. I think we were just misled on price. Online it was two $$, but in reality it was quite expensive. We enjoyed it but rating reflects our surprise at the cost.
Beautiful dining room with excellent trained staff and great food.
I’d been looking forward to trying this place out because since the roof terrace opened in summer I’d been up a few times so I knew it would be a lovely setting. I took my husband and son. The set 3 course menu at £32 was good value. Nice chicory salad; the smoked trout rillettes were also excellent. Main courses: Feather blade beef was beautifully cooked and the sauce was so rich. Hake was also enjoyed. All the desserts, rice pudding with almond tuiles, lemon posset, chocolate tart, were pronounced excellent. Staff friendly. Full of business people in suits. Only one slight downside, the house wine, Pinot noir at £6.50 a glass was not very nice. Vinegary and unpleasant.
I gave mine to my husband who will happily drink anything but even he remarked on it. We’d debated about a full bottle but they mostly started at £50+ which was too much for us.