A leading light in British modern cuisine for the last decade or so, we’re delighted to welcome Ollie Dabbous to The Green Room at Twickenham for the upcoming England Autumn International 2022 matches against New Zealand and South Africa.
Bounding onto the London culinary scene in January 2012 with the opening of Restaurant Dabbous, Ollie’s first restaurant became one of the hardest to get a table at in the city. After promptly being rewarded its first Michelin star within six months of opening and receiving extraordinary reviews by the some of the most hard-nosed restaurant critics, he opened a second restaurant, Barnyard, that catered for a more relaxed audience, serving homespun comfort food, with equal success.
Ollie is definitely one chef who everyone is talking about at the moment, having opened up the most exciting and eagerly awaited restaurant in London in 2018. HIDE with its two restaurants, a stunning bar, the most elegant staircase in town, a light and airy Private Dining Room has become one of the best loved spots in the London gastronomic scene. The reviews, since it opened in April 2018, have not disappointed, and it was no surprise when it was awarded a Michelin star within 6 months of opening – just as had happened with his previous restaurant, Dabbous.
- Opened Restaurant Dabbous in 2012, gaining a Michelin star just 6 months later
- Opened HIDE in 2018, awarded a Michelin star within 6 months of opening just as with Restaurant Dabbous
- Won numerous awards including Food & Travel Best Newcomer, Tatler Best Kitchen, Squaremeal BMW Best Newcomer and Squaremeal BMW Best Restaurant
- Named in London Evening Standard’s “Influential 1000 Londoners” for the past 3 years
- Found in The Green Room at Twickenham