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We found 64 venues in Restaurant venues in the West End of London with Private Dining Rooms.
The hotly anticipated Ametsa with Arzak Instruction opened at The Halkin in 2013, replacing the longstanding Nahm. As the first outpost… 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 »
Brought to you by the same people as high-glam Boujis London, the Bumpkin restaurants couldn’t be more different to their nightclub sibling… more »
Grocer to the Queen and most of her predecessors since 1707, the venerable Piccadilly institution houses a quartet of private dining spaces… more »
Renowned Irish chef Richard Corrigan serves up plenty of event space at his glitzy Mayfair site. Not only can the 85-seater restaurant itself… more »
A welcoming private members’ club and bijou hotel set in a handsome Mayfair townhouse just off Piccadilly, The Fox Club offers a laidback… more »
In 2011, the Hakkasan group arrived at St James’s Street, where its first Japanese restaurant occupies two floors of a listed modernist building. With its interiors clad with linear bamboo… more »
Tucked just off Shaftesbury Avenue, Grace provides a handy option for groups in a lively part of town. Its appealing range of spaces spread… more »
Underneath Mr Hix’s restaurant in Soho is the eponymous Mark’s Bar. Since opening in 2009, it’s wasted no time developing a reputation… more »
Invitations to The Connaught, one of London’s most elegant five-star hotels, are rarely refused. Luxury here comes with a degree of restraint… more »
Home to the Rector of Imperial College London, this Grade II-listed Victorian townhouse in Kensington’s museum quarter serves up elegant… more »
The second Hakkasan restaurant in London opened on Bruton Street in late 2010 and, by October the following year, it had trousered its first Michelin star. The kitchen serves up exclusive… more »
Hands-on, interactive cooking classes. It’s a model that has worked well for L’atelier des Chefs, which now has schools in the UK, France… more »
Two years old this year, The Ampersand is now a major player on South Ken’s hotel scene. Colourful interiors strike just the right balance… more »
Located above Mayfair restaurant 34 and housing specially commissioned sculptures, paintings and neons by Tracey Emin, The Emin Room (dedicated… more »
One of the most popular searches on the squaremeal.co.uk website is for our list of private dining rooms in the City and the West End of London. Everyone who has had to book dinner, a meeting or both knows that getting the right PDR for your colleagues or clients is essential. The sheer range of private dining rooms, both in the West End and in the City of London on offer means that this shouldn't be too much of a problem.
You choose to hire a private space for a dinner meeting in one of the many top five-star hotels' private dining rooms, a Michelin-star restaurant or even a private members' club with a VIP or private dining area. If your group is small, a Chef's table in a well-known restaurant can be a lot of fun and obviously the food will be exceptional. If you need a little more space booking a hotel in the City might be a little more suitable.
There are also a host of less obvious private dining spaces available for group and corporate hire. Take a high-end department store for example, often a dramatic venue for a private dinner or meeting. If you fancy something a little more informal, you could maybe choose a traditional English gastro pub.