One Palace Gate and Hyde Perk Bistro have a long history. Built in the 1800s the building that is a home to Hyde Perk overlooks Hyde Park and Kensington Palace. As the only coffee shop on the stretch between Palace Gate and Knightsbridge, this superbly located small Patisserie was servicing the local community and park visitors for over 40 years. 2010, however, it was time for a change and expansion. After reconstruction and redesign Hyde Perk Bistro was born. Now not only a coffee shop, but also a bistro and a wine bar with a capacity of 46 dining guests, Hyde Perk can fully accommodate the needs of its clients.
Hyde Perk Bistro is a meeting place for the people of Kensington and Hyde Park. A spot where you can meet and greet you neighbours, share a bottle of wine with a good friend or just pay a quick visit to enjoy a delicious patisserie before hitting the park. Reasonably priced and high in quality this is a place for everyone and anyone.
£26 to £40
While on a recent trip to London we toured Kensington Palace and while making our way to the Albert Memorial we looked for a place to stop for lunch.
Walking East on Kensington Road on the south side of Hyde Park, we spied a little French bistro just south on Palace Gate / Gloucester Road.
Hyde Perk Bistro.
It was a rare beautiful day in London so we sat outside.
The waitress, Caterina, was...more