The Hidden House: A historic gem with eclectic flavors

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Located near Downtown Chandler, The Hidden House is a lovingly restored historic home that captured the owner’s attention around three decades ago while he was a student at ASU. Transforming the cottage into a dining destination, he expanded it to include an outdoor patio and a spacious barn-like structure at the back, exuding a cozy farmhouse atmosphere and accommodating around 100 guests.

With a menu that changes frequently, The Hidden House offers a variety of dishes, with new creations tested by the chefs on the staff before making it to the menu. The cocktail program, curated by the late bartender Bobby Kramer, pays homage to eras like Prohibition.

Owner Katia Brenuig describes the menu as eclectic, featuring a mix of Asian, French, Southwestern, and American dishes, ensuring there’s something for everyone. She recommends the pineapple upside-down cake for dessert, promising a delightful end to the meal.

On “Check, Please Arizona,” guests shared their dining experiences. Tracey Dodrill ordered the double burger and praised the crispy fries, describing the meal as “really nice.”

Another guest, John Reina declared the chicken burger as “the best” he had ever tasted, noting its juiciness.

Guest Erica Maxwell enjoyed the sweet corn and chicken chowder soup, finding it “very flavorful and filling,” and she recommended focusing on the ambiance for an exceptional experience.

The Hidden House promises an exceptional journey through delectable flavors and meticulous attention to detail.

Restaurant address: 159 West Commonwealth Ave, Chandler, AZ

Phone number: 480-275-5525


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