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With football’s ‘special one’ back in town, Portal’s profile will be given a boost by the return of its most famous customer, a certain… more »
It may be within shouting distance of Smithfield market, but this branch of ‘solid performer’ Gaucho is unapologetic about shipping its prime… more »
’Unfussy, unpretentious and very tasty’ is one verdict on St John, although it hardly does justice to Fergus Henderson’s era-defining… more »
Opened a century ago as a butcher’s shop for Clerkenwell’s housewives, Medcalf now sells its chops and steaks to young media types hungry… more »
Go-getting pub champions, Tom and Ed Martin, have revived The Hat & Tun in their signature style without losing an ounce of its Victorian… more »
The Modern Pantry is ‘a very memorable place’ – and usually for all the right reasons. First, there is the setting – a gorgeous Georgian… more »
Trends may come and go, but The Peasant proves that the old formula – ‘pub downstairs, restaurant upstairs’ – still has legs. On the ground… more »
‘Un demi pinte Broadside’ cries the French barman, smartly attired in white shirt and black tie. The Bleeding Heart Tavern is what happens… more »
As it heads towards its 25th anniversary, ever-reliable Alba continues to keep City diners happy with its Piedmont-focused food and wine. Business… more »
This ever-dependable old-school Italian, close to Moorgate tube, overlooks the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company. Polite, black-shirted… more »
‘Quick and easy, unfussy and unpretentious’, gregarious Vinoteca’s winning formula matches the oenophile virtues of a top-notch wine emporium… more »
Snooty Parisians probably turn their noses up at good-heartedly traditional places such as Bleeding Heart Bistro, but Londoners know better… more »
What was The Luxe has been transformed into an offshoot of City stalwart Smiths of Smithfield – although the hallmarks of its clubby predecessor… more »
A handsome haunt for post-work Clerkenwell creatives and off-duty iPad tappers, this subterranean space is swishly done out with granite walls… more »
Noisy bistro bonhomie reigns at French supremo Bruno Loubet’s breezy, ‘urban rustic’ gaff within the Zetter Hotel overlooking St John’s… more »
Browse through Square Meal’s guide to the best city restaurants with private rooms, a helpful list of the best restaurants with private rooms to be found in the City of London. The City of London is the very heart of London’s business world and the need for private dining is probably greater in this part of London than any other. Business meetings, seminars, conferences or private business lunches or dinners create the need for some first class private dining rooms. Square Meal has carefully selected the very best restaurants with private rooms in the Square Mile, guaranteeing an outstanding quality at all times.
Every restaurant in the city with a private room featured in this Square Meal guide has been chosen for its superb private dining facilities, from the design of the room to the menus on offer, each and every detail has been taken into consideration when compiling this list. For even more choice, check out French restaurants in the City; British restaurants in the City and Italian restaurants in the City to find your perfect city restaurant with private rooms.
Every one of the best city restaurants with private rooms in London featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top city restaurants with private rooms have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.