It was great to return to Hideaway on Friday. I thought Tony O’Malley performed really well and seeing him, Neil Hubbard, Frank Collins and Dyan Birch together on stage evoked memories of watching Kokomo in the 70s! As always the food, the sound and the service were all fantastic. We are back in a fortnight and looking forward to it! We are off to the Jazz Cafe tonight, a nice venue but I prefer Hideaway!
How to get to us
Hideaway is hidden away in a quiet mews just behind Streatham’s busy High Road and only 1 minute from Streatham main line station. (15 minutes from London Bridge, 10 minutes from Wimbledon and Sutton).
The Bus Routes 57, 133, 333, 201, 319 all stop 3 minutes walk away, and the G1, 315, 50, 109, 118, 159, 249, 250, 255, P13, N109, N133 buses stop on the High Road just around the corner from us.
The nearby train stations are Streatham Hill (from Victoria or London Bridge), Streatham (From London Bridge, St Pancras, Blackfriars, Farringdon coming from the North, and Wimbledon, East/West Croydon when travelling from the South), Streatham Common (From London Victoria, East/West Croydon, Kensington, Watford or from London Bridge. Waterloo to Streatham Common is just a change at Clapham Junction continuing from platform 15).
To search for us online, or find us via SatNav, use the following: Hideaway 2 Empire Mews Stanthorpe Road Streatham London SW16 2BF
Telephone 020 8835 7070