Located inside an old Hyde Park church, One Fifth sounds as much like a science experiment as it does somewhere you’d go for dinner. It’s currently in year three of a five-year plan that includes a completely different theme every 12 months. This year it’s Mediterranean, which means lots of dips and fresh pita, along with family-style dishes like braised lamb and a whole roasted fish. It’s a great option when you want to split a bunch of small plates and some wine, all while trying to guess what the next theme might be, or to see how everyone feels about eating in a former church.
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