Please note all information on this page is illustrative of our menus and some information, including pricing, may be out of date. On our busiest nights we offer a reduced menu of our most popular dishes.

Hideaway offers a tasty, modern menu and every dish is freshly prepared in our on-site kitchen, using as much locally sourced, organic produce as possible. Our chef's recipes range from traditional British cuisine to dishes inspired by classic international flavours, and the menu never stays the same for long. Our food has been winning consistent high praise from our customers and food critics alike, so come with an appetite!

Our Current A La Carte Menu

Last updated March 2017


Home-Made Soup of the Day with Fresh Bread £4.95
Lemon and Parsley Chicken Skewers served with New Potato Salad, and Minted Yogurt  £6.50
Sweet Potato, Chickpea and Carrot Falafel, served with Caramelised Onion, Harrissa Oil and Roasted Butternut Squash  £6.25
Crayfish and Prawn Cocktail, bound in Marie Rose Sauce, Shredded Cos Lettuce and Guacamole £6.50
Honey Glazed Goats Cheese on Toasted Crostini, served with Spiced Red Wine Poached Pear and Walnut Salad  £6.50

Main Courses

Grilled Breast of Jerk Chicken, served with Summer Coleslaw, Salad and Chips £14.95
Butternut Squash, Beetroot and Goats Cheese Burger, in a  Brioche Bap topped with Tomato Relish, served with Summer Coleslaw, Salad and Chips  £12.95
Traditional North African Vegetable Tagine flavoured with Apricots, served with Chickpea Couscous and Roasted Pepper Relish and Flatbread £12.95
Traditional Fish and Chips served with Mushy Peas, Tartare Sauce and Salad £13.75
Red Wine Braised Duck Leg served with Dauphinoise Potatoes, Steamed French Beans and Rosemary Sauce £13.95
Chargrilled Chicken Burger in a Brioche Bap topped with Tomato Relish, Brie and Guacamole, served with Summer Coleslaw, Salad and Chips £12.95


Apple, Cider and Rhubarb Crumble Tart with Custard, Cream or Ice Cream          £6.25
Mixed Summer Fruit Crème Brûlée £5.95
Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce and Caramel Honeycomb Ice Cream £5.95
Dark Chocolate Cheesecake with Minted White Chocolate Sauce £6.25
Home-Made Profiteroles filled with Vanilla Ice Cream, topped with Hot Chocolate Sauce £5.95
Bowl of Ice Cream or Sorbets - ask your waiter for today's selection £4.95


Sunday Lunch Menu

Each of our Roasts are served with all of the traditional trimmings, and two course meals are extra value so make sure you leave some room for one of our delicious desserts! Kid’s main course portions are half price!

Sunday Roast Lunches

Roast Chicken (a succulent portion of both breast and leg roasted with sprigs of rosemary) £12 (with dessert £15)
Roast Rib of Beef (with Yorkshire pudding and horseradish) £15 (with dessert £18)
Roast Pork (a tender joint of strip loin with mouth-watering crackling and apple sauce) £15 (with dessert £18)
Vegetarian Toad in a Hole (a main course even dedicated carnivores will envy!) £11 (with dessert £14)

Sunday Lunch Desserts

Banoffee cheesecake with brandy sauce and fresh banana £5.95 
Belgian Chocolate Tart with Baileys crème anglaise £5.95
Apple and rhubarb crumble with custard, cream or ice-cream £5.95
Sticky toffee pudding, with butterscotch sauce and luxury vanilla ice cream £5.95
Passion Fruit Crème Brûlée £5.95


Our bar features a wide selection of cocktails prepared by experienced staff. We also feature bottled beers from around the world as well as real ales and lagers on tap and a very good selection of quality wines.

Wine List


Marques de Calado, Spain 2013, 11.5%ABV
This crisp, dry Macabeo has fresh, floral aromas are reminiscent of aromatic herbs such as anise and fennel, the smooth, velvety palate is full of ripe fruit flavours, including hints of apple, lemon and banana.
Bottle £17, 250ml glass £5.85

Five Foot Track, Australia 2013, 13.5%ABV
A Chardonnay with a nose of citrus fruits and ripe apples, with underlying notes of vanilla. Crisp lemon and lime on the palate, served up with a rounded and buttery feel.
Bottle £18, 

Chablis "Domaine" Vocoret et Fils, France 2012, 12.5%ABV
From the northernmost wine district of the Burgundy region, this wine combines steely and minerally aromas with citrus fruits, limestone, slate and a crisp fresh vibrant palate of stony fruit, finishing on a racy and uplifting citrus kick.
Bottle £32

Alfredini Garganega Pinot Grigio, Italy 2014, 12%ABV
Dry with a fruity bouquet and a lovely, refreshing finish.
Bottle £19, 250ml glass £6.75

Villa Berta Gavi, Italy 2014, 11.5%ABV
A pale golden colour, with characteristic aromas of lime zest and grapefruit, along with subtle hints of fresh fennel. Bone dry and with moderate acidity, it offers a clean and refreshing finish.
Bottle £22

Fathom’s Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand 2013, 13.5%ABV
Typical of Kiwi Sauvignon, the bouquet springs from the glass, offering plumes of citrus, green grass and elderflower. The palate is a burst of crisp grapefruit and gooseberry flavours.
Bottle £23, 250ml glass £8

Sancerre Blanc, Berthier, Loire 2013, 12.5%ABV 
Aromas of grapefruit and gooseberry leap from the pale lemon coloured glass, along with hints of lime, chalk and flint. Mineral texture, high acidity, vibrant green fruits and a long finish.
Bottle £29.95


Ormilles Rosé, Côtes de Provence 2014, 12.5%ABV
A light dry and fruity Rosé with red berry flavours and accompanying more subtle flavours of watermelon and rectarine. Soft acidity and delicate juiciness made for a refreshed palate.
Bottle £24.50

Torre Alta Pinot Grigio Rosé, Italy 2013, 12%ABV
This wine shows why Rosé is so popular. Beautiful soft strawberry flavours with floral notes with a refreshing zing on the palate.
Bottle £19, 250ml glass £6.75


Domaine de Beauregard, France 2009, 13.5%ABV
Made from 100% Merlot, from organically cultivated vines, this red’s peppery nose develops sweet plum and a hint of cherry. The taste is pleasingly dry and woody, giving way to apple notes and the odd burst of raspberry.
Bottle £17, 250ml glass £5.85

Vina Carrasco Merlot, Chile, 13%ABV
Aromas of ripe plums and strawberries, with faint notes of tomato leaf and sage. The palate has a thick and jammy feel, with soft, mature tannins and a rounded easy style.
Bottle £18

Fonte Do Nico Vinho Tinto, Portugal 2012, 12.5 % ABV
With aromas of fresh berries, this wine is soft in the mouth, with good quality tannin structure and a pleasant finish
Bottle £18, 250ml glass £6.25

Aires Andinos Malbec, Argentina 2014, 12.5%ABV
A rich, ripe wine with plenty of smooth black fruit and warming hints of spice.
Bottle £19

Los Bailadores Rioja, Spain 2013, 13.5%ABV
Violet in colour and soft ad fruity in style. Warm, plummy aromas tinged with subtle spice and vanilla.
Bottle £20, 250ml glass £7.10

Cuvée Geneviève Rouge, France 2011, 12%ABV
Supple and inviting, this wine blends the soft and jammy raspberry fruit of ripe Grenache with the firming influences of Carignan’s blackberry flavours and robust tannin.
Bottle £22

Claro Reserva Pinot Noir, Rapel Valley, Chile 2013, 13.5%ABV
A rich fruity Pino Noir, full of ripe strawberry and redcurrant flavours, supported by subtle notes of dried mixed herbs and woodsmoke, medium weight, with soft and pliant tannins.
Bottle £22

Espirit de Lussac, Lussac St-Emilion, Bordeaux 2012, 13%ABV
This is a rich, full bodied wine showing great concentration on flavour, with juicy black fruit on the nose and palate backed up by a smoky sandalwood character.
Bottle £26


Ncolas Feuillatte NV Champagne, 12%ABV
A light, fresh and fruity Champagne with fine discreet bubbles and subtle overtones of apples, pears and citrus fruits. Has undergone a total of 4 years ageing prior to release.
Bottle £39.95

Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut NV, France, 12%ABV
Light, but displays a lovely weight of soft apple fruit and an easy drinking, well balanced style.
Bottle £55

Bollinger Special Cuvée NV, France, 12%ABV
The famous house of Mme Lily Bollinger produces a mighty, full-bodied Champagne of great class. Delightfully pale gold in colour, the mousse is light and persistent. Densely packed apple and pear fruits give way to a noticeably creamy, caramel-like finish.
Bottle £75


Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene Extra Dry NV, Italy, 11%ABV
This fine, fruity Prosecco reveals hints of apples and pineapples. Ideal as an apéritif or to accompany light food.
Bottle £29.5, 125ml glass £7.5

J & L Charlemagne Brut Rosé Methode Traditionelle, France, 12%ABV
Chosen by Channel 4’s The F Word Series 5, diners and celebrities will drink this bubbly before dinner throughout the series. This delicious dark salmon pink coloured wine is a blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Chardonnay and is well balanced with a hint of roasted hazelnut and plum.
Bottle £31

J & L Charlemagne XO Methode Traditionelle, France, 12%ABV
A unique sparkling wine made in the traditional method, from 95% Chardonnay, but with the added ingredient of 5% XO cognac lending it the flavour of a very good champagne. The excellent vintage is warm and rounded, with the aroma of rich, buttery cognac revealed through the bubbles.
Bottle £37, 125ml glass £8.25

Our Cocktails

Whether you're after a classic cocktail or keen to try one of our master mixer's original recipes, we have something to suit every mood

A slightly secretive, yet welcoming blend of flavour and excitement, full of high notes and classy undertones, its soothing rhythms will leave you relaxed, satisfied, and definitely wanting more. But enough about the venue, why not try our signature cocktail? A handful of fresh strawberries, Absolut Citron, Cointreau, Chambord and cranberry juice lifted with lemon, a hint of black pepper and the freshest sweet basil

Another original from our resident mixologist, dare to peek through this particular keyhole and you’re guaranteed to find something fruity! Kiwi fruit and sweet basil leaves are freshly pulped then shaken with Midori, Cointreau, Chambord, Stolichnaya Raspberry vodka and pineapple juice

Hideaway’s tweak on the traditional Mai Tai, this tropical treat contains Bacardi white rum, Captain Morgan dark rum, Cointreau, Disaronno and is served shaken with grenadine, orange and pineapple juice

A true musical great, Miles Davis not only changed and challenged the jazz landscape for decades, but had a profound influence on rock as well. Our tribute is a blend of flavours possibly as controversial as the man himself - Jack Daniels and Disaronno, sweet and sour mix and Coke – once tried, never forgotten, mostly adored

Another legendary performer and one of the most honoured by her fellow artists, immortalised in poetry, pop and on the big screen. “Lady” may have sang the blues, but then again she never tried this tropical fountain of flavour – Morgan’s Spiced Rum, Archers, coconut cream and pineapple juice. Chase those blues away!

Although the “Sex and the City” girls cemented the Cosmo’s status as a modern classic, its true origin remains a hotly debated mystery. There’s no argument about why it’s so popular though! Absolut citron vodka, Cointreau, lime juice and cranberry juice combine with class

Depending on who you believe, this refreshing classic was either created as a Mexican wedding gift, or by a barman hoping to seduce an American screen heroine. Jose Cuervo Tequila, Cointreau, and lime juice served in a salt-rimmed Martini glass
MELON MARGARITA: Jose Cuervo tequila, Cointreau and lime with Midori
RASPBERRY MARGARITA: Jose Cuervo tequila, Cointreau and lime with Chambord

You don’t need alcohol to give you a bit of zing – here’s a fruity explosion that will give you wings! Orange and cranberry juice, blackcurrant cordial and Red Bull

A flavour combination that has endured for almost five hundred years, this Cuban classic was mixed for Sir Francis Drake and celebrated by Hemingway. The combination of Bacardi white rum, lime juice, sugar syrup and freshly bruised mint will have you celebrating too!
VIRGIN MOJITO: All the fresh flavours with cranberry juice replacing the rum

Although the name “Amaretto” is usually (and incorrectly) said to derive from the Italian word for love, popular legend links its origins to a romance between one of Da Vinci’s students and a model used to depict the Madonna. Let this refreshing blend of Disaronno, lime juice, brown sugar and egg white bring out your artistic side too!
WHISKY SOUR: With Bells instead of Disaronno, enjoy the bracing tang!

Champagne – such a beautiful accident of fermentation. Medieval French monks originally dubbed this heavenly bubblefest “the devil’s wine”, due to corks unexpectedly exploding from bottles – luckily for us, they decided to taste it
THE CLASSIC: with brown sugar, Angostura bitters, our brandy-fortified Charlemagne XO sparkling wine and an orange twist
KIR ROYALE: with crème de cassis, our brandy-fortified Charlemagne XO sparkling wine and an orange twist
BELLINI: with peach puree, prosecco and an orange twist

A name that leaves little to the imagination, this cheeky little number first hit the scene in the swinging 60s, but really became popular in the 70s – the era of free love. Coincidence? We think not! A blend of Smirnoff vodka, Disaronno, Kahlua, Baileys and double cream that will leave you feeling the love too!

The national cocktail of Brazil, this has become widely popular as the sugar-cane spirit, cachaça, has become more available away from its South American home. A refreshing blend of cachaça, brown sugar, and two whole, freshly crushed limes

A cocktail for serious decisions. It helped Churchill and Roosevelt shape the world, Hemingway and Capote to find truth within it. But we’ll leave the biggest decisions to you – vodka or gin? Olives or a lemon twist? And, of course, shaken… or stirred? Dry Martini with Bombay Sapphire gin or Absolut vodka

Can’t decide how to round off a delicious dinner? What better way to solve that eternal dilemma of having a coffee or just one more drink…. Try this chilled creamy cocktail with a caffeine kiss – espresso, Kahlua, Baileys and Disaronno