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We found 52 venues in Restaurants with private dining rooms in both the City of London and the West End.
The world’s most famous department store also makes a fabulous backdrop for events. Function spaces, ranging from atmospheric private dining… more »
Perched on top of the Centre Point tower at the east end of Oxford Street, you’ll find Paramount. At 385ft, the venue is one of the loftiest… more »
With a prime Mayfair location overlooking Green Park, the original Hard Rock Cafe is home to some of the world’s most iconic rock ‘n’… more »
Tucked away in a cobbled courtyard in Mayfair, Hush has won a loyal following with its crowd-pleasing spectrum of backdrops for eating and… more »
A modern take on the French tea house, the home of the iconic macaron Ladurée in Covent Garden, is also a chic event space for breakfast… more »
Majoring in simple but immaculately executed seafood dishes, Richard Corrigan’s Bentley’s offers some great-looking private dining facilities… more »
Thirty or so years after leaving London, The Playboy Club is back. It reopened its doors and reinstated the iconic Bunnies in 2011, following… more »
Renowned Irish chef Richard Corrigan serves up plenty of event space at his glitzy Mayfair site. Not only can the 70-seater restaurant itself… more »
Located on the first floor of a corner site with views over Regent Street, Veeraswamy is the perfect antidote to neutral colour schemes and… more »
A modern interpretation of the classic French brasserie, Côte mixes great-value cooking with friendly service and Parisian-chic interiors… more »
Taking its name from the mechanical model of the solar system, it figures that The Orrery, on Marylebone High Street, takes its interior inspiration… more »
Its position right opposite the Almeida Theatre just off Upper Street makes Almeida popular not only for pre- and post-theatre dining, but… more »
The oldest of the East India Company’s surviving ware-houses, which sits opposite Liverpool Street station, is the setting for D&D London’s… more »
At the swisher end of the ‘neighbourhood restaurant’ scale – with a brand-new Michelin star to prove it – Kensington’s Launceston… more »
For 20 years, La Pont de la Tour has been serving up its classic French cuisine and front-row Thames views to City folk and in-the-know tourists… more »