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We found 75 restaurants in Best London restaurants with private rooms for less than 10 people.
Jet-setting Alain Ducasse has picked up a sackful of gongs selling the refinement of high-end French cuisine to inquisitive 21st-century palates… more »
Just as the amaranthus plant has been rhapsodised in verse and berated as a weed, so the interior of this dramatic carmine-red lounge named… more »
Swanky Aqua Kyoto feels more like a nightclub, with bouncers, red carpets, loud music, moody lighting and a sexily groomed, exuberant clientele… more »
London's largest Korean restaurant is proof that good things can come in big packages, since its extensive menu attracts a loyal crowd of expats… more »
This neo-Edwardian cellar is just the ticket for South Molton Street’s shopped-out Champagne socialites, who can get fizz from a fiver a flute… more »
Having undergone a swish refurbishment, this popular pan-Asian restaurant has welcomed back Charlotte Street's loyal media crowd. The regularly… more »
Following a refurb, this basement branch of the Davy’s stable has brightened up its image: a mirrored staircase now leads down to the spacious… more »
Just a stroll from Chinatown, Bar Shu sends out a siren call to lovers of fiery Szechuan flavours. Punchy dishes with chilli top notes and complex… more »
Following its 2011 refurb, Benares has piled on the luxury, although its main focus is still the luscious chocolate and cream-toned dining… more »
Kitsch and camp, Bob Bob Ricard's vision of unabashed escapism is executed in inimitable style. If the cosily lit, animated dining room feels like… more »
Bonds is by far the cosiest of the City’s converted banking halls, with its dramatic classical columns and a high, coffered ceiling softened… more »
The original Boot & Flogger opened back in 1964, the first of many wine bars in Davy’s gentrified London empire. Today, the promise of superior… more »
Following a rethink & some changes in layout, Boyds now prefers to blur the boundaries between its brasserie & bar as loud, postmodern colours… more »
A smart French bistro, Brula has long been the hub of gastronomic life in Twickenham. With its smoked mirrors, deep-red banquettes & stained glass… more »
The Baker Street neighbourhood isn’t short on upmarket Chinese restaurants, but newcomer Bright Courtyard is serving up something a bit… more »
London has a vast range of restaurants offering private dining facilities for less than 10 people but it’s often hard to find one to suit your every need. Check out Square Meal’s excellent selection of the best London restaurants offering private rooms for less than 10 people and take the worry out of your search. This extensive list covers all areas of London and features restaurants of all budgets and tastes, meaning that finding the right restaurant for your private party or meeting for fewer than 10 people is easy.
Choose from Square Meal’s wide range of London restaurants offering private rooms for less than 10 people, each carefully selected for its quality and ability to cater for smaller groups of less than 10 people. From birthday parties to small meetings or low key get togethers to family celebrations, there is often a need for a private room for less than 10 people in London’s restaurants. You might also want to check out further restaurants with private rooms catering for less than 10 people in the City; Soho; Chelsea and Mayfair.
Every one of the best restaurants in London with private rooms for less than 10 people featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top London restaurants with private rooms for less than 10 people 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.