- Function Rooms: 1
- Max Meeting: 60
- Max Dinner: 60
- Max Reception: 120
One of London’s most celebrated restaurants, The Ivy is almost as famous as its A-list patrons. The Private Room upstairs has all the prestige of its sibling, despite being rather easier to get into. Decked out in the same distinctive style as the downstairs dining room, the space combines stained-glass windows, leather furniture and contemporary British art. It seats up to 60 guests or holds 120 for a canapé and Champagne reception. Bookers can even set up a meeting for 32 delegates. Set menus feature seasonal modern British food, such as Devonshire chicken breast with truffle stuffing and creamed corn, and the room is available to hire for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The Private Room at The Ivy has unveiled a new look. Its trademark stained glass windows remain in place, of course, but there's new soft furnishings, a restyled bar and a new contemporary art collection. The 120-capacity space is also equipped with Wi-Fi and top-spec AV gear. We’ve tried it out with the Square Meal Lunch Club – watch this space for our report.
The restaurant has also announced its summer private dining menu. With four three-course options to choose from, dishes include a starter of scorched tomato tatin with
pousse spinach, Roquefort and pine nuts, and main courses like crab crusted cod with globe artichokes or Lancashire loin of pork with summer roots and apple relish. The dessert choices are pretty
special too, with pink gooseberry and elderflower pie, and black cherry and lemon verbena cheesecake coupe as two of the options.
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