Dining at Les 110 de Taillevent – sibling of acclaimed Parisian restaurant Le Taillevent – is always a special affair, thanks to grand interiors, charming staff and top-notch food and drink. There is a way to make it more special still, though, and that’s to book its stately private dining room. The Lamennais Room is situated just off the main restaurant and provides a comfortable space in which to entertain, brainstorm or just enjoy the luxuries of private dining. It can be configured in a number of different ways, so whether you want one large oval table, boardroom-style tables or a clear space for a wine reception, the staff will be happy to oblige.
The Lamennais Room boasts luxe décor, including large windows ensconced by rich drapes which overlook Cavendish Square, large framed paintings and a spectacular chandelier, all of which comes together to give the space a real sense of occasion. Separated by thick, flowing curtains, the room is as suited to celebratory lunches and dinners as it is to breakfast meetings, AGMs and corporate events, such as cocktail receptions and wine tasting evening for up to 30 seated or 40 standing guests.
Not only are your guests sure to love the space, they will almost certainly be impressed by the food and drink on offer at this critically-acclaimed restaurant. With Head Chef Ross Bryans at the helm, guests dining at Les 110 de Taillevent can expect beautifully-presented, seasonal French fare that tastes as good as it looks. Seafood is one of the restaurant’s specialities, so if the likes of lobster spelt risotto, Orkney scallops and Cornish turbot sound good to you, you’re sure to come away with a smile on your face.
When it comes to wine, even connoisseurs are impressed by this restaurant’s spectacular offering of 110 by-the-glass wines, which makes up an overall list which exceeds a staggering 1,500 bottles. Paired wines are a must for oenophiles, whether it’s a business lunch or a sixtieth birthday dinner.