With two private dining spaces at 100 Wardour St, the venue offers flexible entertaining for all sorts of occasions.
First up is The Playroom, a fun (as the name suggests) space made for giving guests a chance to unwind and relax in unpretentious surrounds. At the centre you’ll find a bespoke billiards table where you can pot a ball or two before dinner, when the table magically transforms into a dining table. This talking point is a great ice breaker if you’re bringing together a few people who haven’t met before, or equally works as a friendly competitive element between friends. The Playroom can accommodate 12 people for a meal, or 40 standing guests.
Elsewhere the 100 Room has a slightly larger capacity, with room for 20 seated guests or 40 people standing for drinks and dancing. Ideally placed next to the stage and bar in the main Restaurant and Club, the 100 Room is ideal if you want to break onto the dancefloor post-meal and enjoy the venue’s live music.
The friendly team at 100 Wardour St are always on hand to advise and organise both big and small details for your event, no question is too trivial. There are various set menus to choose from when making use of one of 100 Wardour St’s private dining spaces. Dishes cover off all kinds of international crowd-pleasers, with mains like salmon caponata, lamb tagine and smoked aubergine paella all possibilities. If you prefer, there’s the option to choose canapes and bowl food to have with drinks, if a full sit-down meal doesn’t suit your event.
The drinks list is as far-reaching as the food offering, bringing a huge range of styles and price points. Cocktails are a speciality and help bring an element of difference to any party thanks to fresh ingredients.