Bagatelle offers you a taste of St Tropez in the heart of London. This famous brand boasts bars, beach clubs and bistros all over the world. But don't think that means style over substance. Food at Bagatelle is a top priority. As such, one of the best ways to enjoy what Bagatelle has to offer is through private dining. That way, you and your guests can fully experience the food and drink in a more intimate, bespoke setting.
For private dining at Bagatelle, the minimum group size is 10. The Library can seat 10 to 40 guests, while The Lounge can seat up to 70. The restaurant can be booked in its entirety, allowing for up to 150 seated guests. Head chef Dale Osbourne, having worked at The Wolsely, Dinner by Heston and Chiltern Firehouse, will delight you and your party with his culinary prowess.
The most affordable set menu features first courses like the house salad, Puglian burrata with peach Panzanella or yellowfin tuna tartare to start things off. From there, you and your guests can then choose from three lavish mains: stone-baked truffle pizza, whole grilled lobster linguine with datterini tomatoes or a whole truffled chicken with country style potatoes, woodland mushrooms, caramelised cipollini onion and thyme chicken jus. Desserts are served for the table, including a selection of fruit sorbet. Other set menus include additional elements such as a cheese course with cherry sourdough, quince jelly and London honey.
Jon, Bagatelle's well-versed sommelier, will keep you and your guests topped up, offering personalised wine matches if desired. Signature cocktails are also available, featuring decadent creations like 'le papillon', made with Volcan Blanco, smoky cardamom, caramelised pineapple, lime and a touch of green Chartreuse. For a simpler sip, there is an impressive selection of spirits to choose from as well.