From cheap private dining rooms, to small private dining rooms, you can host intimate lunches and dinners with close family members and friends (wedding celebrations, birthdays, engagements, baby showers, and Christmas parties), or find exclusive hire of whole venues for large corporate events and presentations, London’s best restaurants have private dining rooms to match almost any occasion. Here Fluid London does all the hard work for you by choosing the Top 10 best private dining rooms in London.
London Bridge & Bermondsey / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: British
Private dining rooms with a view in London don't come much more spectacular than the three interconnected glass dining rooms at Aqua Shard. Situated in the restaurant's east-facing Tea Wing, the rooms - which can be hired for up to 22 diners - boast stunning views of the Thames from Tower Bridge to Canary Wharf and beyond. Guests can choose from beautiful set menus, all of which feature elegant and innovative contemporary British cuisine.
Silk & Grain
City of London / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: British
Silk & Grain is a versatile restaurant and bar next to Bank station, perfect for private hire events including sit-down dinners, business breakfast meetings, drinks parties, canapé dining or a 21st, 30th, 40th, or 50th birthday party. Available for part or exclusive hire throughout the week, including weekends. Speak to the team for a competitive quote.
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
Mayfair / Restaurant / Hotel / Cuisine: French
Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse in the Dorchester hotel have three stunning private dining spaces for those wishing to arrange exclusive, premium events: Table Lumière, Salon Park Lane and Salon Privé. Capacity ranges from two to 30 guests. Design includes luminescent oval curtain which contains 4,500 shimmering fibre optics and Hermès china when you book table lumière (perfect for couples who want privacy but with the restaurant atmosphere. The menu offers a refined and seaonal approach to modern French and British cooking offering the ultimate fine dining experience.
Mayfair / Restaurant / Cuisine: Italian
Located in stylish Savile Row, Sartoria offers flexible private dining spaces connected to the elegant, modern Italian restaurant. Their biggest room accommodates up to 50 for a sit-down meal, and divides in two for smaller parties - keep the doors open to soak in the restaurant atmosphere, or slide them shut for a more intimate experience. Groups of six can also opt to dine surrounded by fine Italian wines in the exclusive Wine Room. Your social circle is just too big to fit into these spaces? There's always the option to hire the whole restaurant, including heated terrace!
West End / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: European
Private dining rooms on the river Thames. Whether it is an intimate birthday celebration or a business meeting with valued clients, this floating bar and restaurant has a space that should suit your needs: the Officer's Mess. The room seats up to 16 people and guests can make use of all boat's top deck as well where you can enjoy fabulous views of the London and the South Bank. To discuss your private dining requirements, call 020 7839 3011 or email email@example.com
City of London / Restaurant / Cuisine: Italian
Near to Liverpool Street Station in the City of London, this is one of the best Italian restaurant in London. It has a couple of private dining options available for up to 14 guests. If your party is 6 or less, we recommend the Wine Cellar (pictured above) where you and six guests can dine on an a la carte menu amongst the racks of Italian wine. For a completely private dining experience, the Cistercian crypt room can seat up to 17 and has its own private menu. A perfect all-round venue for corporate dining events.
Mayfair / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Indian
Atul Kochhar's Michelin star, Indian fine dining restaurant on Mayfair's snazzy Berkeley Square has several private dining options. The Berkeley Room for up to 16 guests; The Dover Room for up to 36 diners; The Sommelier's Table which, as the name suggests, is an absolute must for wine lovers; and possibly the most exciting, the Chef's Table which has one glass wall that looks onto the busy kitchen where the magic happens.
Bob Bob Ricard
Soho / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: English
The Bob Bob Ricard private dining room has been designed to mimic the Royal Dining Carriage so expect glamour and opulence in around an intimate dinner table (seats up to 12 for cosy events). Celebrate a birthday, add a touch of class to a board meeting, or play host for out-of-town clients at the centre of one of Soho's most luxurious restaurants. There is plenty of the English and Russian menu to keep guests satisfied, and of course, don't forget the "Press for Champagne" buttons dotted around the West End venue.
The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant
Belgravia / Bar / Restaurant / Hotel / Cuisine: British
Add an extra dash of glamour to your next event by hosting it in one of the restaurant's three unique private dining spaces ideal for board meetings, client dinners, family gatherings or a reunion with friends: the Buccleugh, the Boardroom and the Topolski. Each room is decorated in original artwork by renowned artist Feliks Topolski, providing a memorable space for your special occasion. There are also four menus to choose from: Chelsea, Cadogan, Belgravia and Knightsbridge. Combining world-class service, the best British ingredients and an extensive wine list of more than 450, The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant is the ultimate in fine dining experiences.
Galvin at Windows
Mayfair / Bar / Restaurant / Hotel / Cuisine: French
Looking for a private dining table with views of Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace? Then you need to be at The Balcony on the 28th Floor of the London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane. Guests in this private dining room have the option to tailor their own menu based on the restaurant's modern French inspired a la carte. The table seats 16 to 30 and menus start at £79 per person.
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