Directly opposite the park, Aubaine Hyde Park blends laidback continental charm and flawless fairy tale elegance. Classic French flavours are served in the lavishly decorated dining room, with an extensive selection of wines available in the adjoining bar.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
Aubaine Hyde Park
130-134 Bayswater RoadLondonW2 4RJ
- 0203 773 3930
Top 5 reviews of Aubaine Hyde Park
Located in a hotel on a beautiful street across from Hyde park. Interior is spacious and modern. Service is attentive and very good.
We came for breakfast. They dont have a huge breakfast menu, both of us got different types of omelettes. It was lacking flavor and much ingredient. It was ok but nothing amazing. more
The food here is pretty nice. Our server tried really hard but was exceptionally inexperienced. The food was fine, especially the avocado with pomegranate and the bread with butter. When France is so close, this food is more obviously not the real thing than it might have been elsewhere, but it is a good option in the area. more
Unfortunately turning up to an empty restaurant just before 7pm on a Thursday evening doesn't bode well.
If I hadn't bought 2 vouchers for £15 each (starter and main from the prix fixe and a glass of prosecco and macaron each) that expired that week I would have not sat down buuuut I was hungry and the restaurant itself is really nicely decorated with a lovely bakery at the entrance... more
Quite abysmal service coupled with lousy pastries. Hot chocolate was poor with an overly frothy cream that still tastes like it came out of a dirty machine. Avoid. more
Don't come if you're hungry or in a rush.
We came in for Sunday morning brunch. We'd booked in advance (fortunately as was surprisingly busy). We both ordered egg dishes - they were very small in size. My poached eggs on toast included half a piece of luke-warm bread (I won't call it toast, it was clearly cooked over a candle), half a soggy tomato and a single piece of kale (I'm not... more