Planning a killer party for the bride-to-be in your life? We’ve rounded up the best private dining rooms for hen parties in London, so you can make her entry into married life memorable. From karaoke rooms to a private members’ club, our list includes options for every style and budget.
We’re going to go ahead and assume that if you’re looking to hire a private dining room for a hen party, you probably have a slightly classier affair in mind. After all, private dining rooms have a certain air of elegance about them, allowing you and your guests to celebrate in an exclusive space with dedicated food, drink and service. We can’t think of anything more special!
That’s not to say that private dining rooms can’t be fun. Plenty of these options offer more than just excellent food and drink, with activity options like karaoke and games added on. In this list, discover a hidden ’cabana' kitted out with state-of-the-art tech, an intimate teppanyaki experience and a pretty pink private dining room perfect for Barbie-themed parties. Whatever you have in mind, there’s a private dining room in London to fit the bill.
Finally, when it comes to find the perfect place for a hen party dinner, you can guarantee that every single place in this list offers spectacular dining options, whether you fancy a plethora of plates served family-style or are after a refined multi-course affair with a wine pairing to match. These fantastic hen party restaurants are suited to every style of event.
Ready to start your search? You'll find a ton of inspiration in our curated list of private dining rooms below that are guaranteed to give your hen party the attention it deserves. Serving killer cocktails, fantastic food and a pinch of entertainment, these are some of the best party spots in London.
Arcade Battersea, Battersea
What: Arcade’s semi-private spaces span the ABC Bar, the Pool Room and the Tap Room, while curated group menus allow you to sample dishes from across its 13 street food vendors. It's easy to create a bespoke package too – simply speak to the events team.
Where: 330 The Power Station, SW11 8DD
Book now: Arcade Battersea
Sixes Cricket, Shepherd’s Bush
What: Bat your way to the top of the leaderboard with this cricket simulator experience in Shepherd’s Bush. Once you've had your fun, head downstairs to the secluded bar for some killer cocktails and tasty street food. This space can seat 30 for a sit-down meal, and offers access to a heated terrace.
Where: Westfield London, Ariel Way, W12 7GA
Book now: Sixes Cricket
Sloane Club, Chelsea
What: Give your hen party the grandeur it deserves with a private meal at the Sloane Club. This glamorous members' club boasts a wealth of spaces, from intimate rooms to a relaxed lounge and a beautiful roof terrace. If we had to pick our favourite, it would be the Helena Room, with a glistening chandelier, grand high-backed chairs and portraits on the walls.
Where: 60 Lower Sloane Street, SW1W 8BP
Book now: Sloane Club
Cavo London, Soho
What: This Mediterranean-inspired restaurant in bustling Soho boasts a large private dining room for up to 60 seated guests, perfect if the bride-to-be has a lot of friends! Enjoy modern Med sharing plates that everyone will love, like burrata with pistachio pesto and tomatoes.
Where: Denmark Street, WC2H 0LA
Book now: Cavo London
28-50 Oxford Circus, Oxford Circus
What: 28-50 Oxford Street is a wine bar and restaurant in the heart of London with lots of semi-private spaces for hire. The most intimate is the VIP area, where 45 people can enjoy tasty Mediterranean dishes and fine wines in glamorous surrounds. While wine lovers will fall head over heels for the Wine Wall, a spacious area decorated with rustic wine crates for up to 25 seated guests.
Where: 4 Great Portland Street, W1W 8QJ
Book now: 28-50 Oxford Circus
Sunday in Brooklyn, Notting Hill
What: Travelling all the way from New York to London, this stylish spot brings elevated American dining to Notting Hill. The Basement Bar can seat up to 45 seated guests for a special dinner, and is equipped with a DJ booth and a private bar, so you can move seamlessly from an elegant dinner to a full-blown party if you fancy.
Where: 98 Westbourne Grove, W2 5RU
Book now: Sunday in Brooklyn
What: If fancy Indian dining in the heart of Mayfair sounds like your cup of tea, then Kanishka is a really wonderful choice. The Regent Room boasts an impressive wine cabinet at one end, and offers access to the Regent Garden too, for a hen do in the summer. Expect modern dishes like mango and goji berry-stuffed cottage cheese dumplings with malai curry.
Where: 17-19 Maddox Street, W1S 2QH
Book now: Kanishka
The Crown, Chiswick
What: Understated and classy – that's how we’d describe this elegant bar and restaurant on Chiswick High Street. The Nick is its smallest space, for just 10 guests, while the semi-private Green Room can hold 26 for dinner. Enjoy brasserie-style dishes and excellent wines served in a relaxed, neighbourhood-style setting.
Where: 210 Chiswick High Road, W4 1PD
Book now: The Crown
Louie London, Covent Garden
What: Hire the top-floor Cabana for up to 18 guests at Louie London, a secret private haven kitted out with a 4k projector and screen, state-of-the-art lighting and a dedicated bar. Multiple menus are available too, from set offerings to sharing dishes.
Where: 13-15 West Street, WC2H 9NE
Book now: Louie London
Nova, Park Royal
What: For glitz and glam in the heart of west London, Nova is a steakhouse and sushi restaurant decorated with plush furnishings, lush foliage and sculptural light fixtures. From the mezzanine to the main restaurant, it offers a wealth of private dining options.
Where: Kendal Avenue, W3 0PA
Book now: Nova
Akoya, Notting Hill
What: Akoya is all about Instagrammable aesthetics and is sure to make your hen party photos pop. Book the private pink room for a Barbie-inspired bash, where you and your friends can dig into sweet cocktails and classic Lebanese dishes.
Where: 253a Portobello Road, W11 1LR
Book now: Akoya
Lucky Voice, Liverpool Street
What: Lucky Voice offers private karaoke bookings all over London, although this site in Liverpool Street is one of the largest, with nine private rooms available to hire. Each space is equipped with a 'Thirsty' button, which summons room service to take your drinks orders. We expect it to get a lot of use at your hen do.
Where: 1 The Avenue, EC2M 4YP
Book now: Lucky Voice
The Harcourt, Marylebone
What: Want your hen party to ooze style and sophistication? This grade II-listed Georgian townhouse in Marylebone is a versatile option with multiple rooms to fit different vibes. From the bright and airy Garden Room to its wood-panelled Whisky Room, there’s a space to suit every style. Brasserie staples ensure there's something for everyone, and the menu features plenty of veggie and vegan dishes too.
Where: 32 Harcourt Street, W1H 4HX
Book now: The Harcourt
Ginza St James's, Mayfair
What: All of Ginza’s private spaces are suited to smaller, more intimate parties – perfect if you’re planning a grown-up hen do. The Teppanyaki Room, for example, seats just seven guests, allowing your group to get up close and personal to the chefs as they cook your meal in front of you.
Where: 15 Bury Street, SW1Y 6AL
Book now: Ginza St James's
What: East London gem Sagardi serves up cuisine from the Basque country, in a dramatic private dining room based on an old Basque cider house. Dishes are cooked over an open grill, from matured beef steak to fresh wild fish.
Where: 95 Curtain Road, EC2A 3BS
Book now: Sagardi
Yamal Alsham, Fulham
What: Set in the heart of Imperial Wharf, Lebanese restaurant Yamal Alsham’s VIP room is a bright and beautiful space filled with lush foliage and mirrors to mimic the feel of a garden. Able to seat up to 50, it also boasts high-spec AV equipment, dedicated bathrooms and the option to extend its opening hours.
Where: 5 The Boulevard, SW6 2UB
Book now: Yamal Alsham
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