Overseen by Adam White of the House Café Group (who also owns Rail House Café and the Riding House Café), and ex-Duck & Waffle chef Tom Cenci, Bermondsey’s Loyal Tavern offers up-to-the-minute trendy dining in cosy, yet stylish surrounds. With its combination of warm wooden floors and tables, and cool industrial-chic fittings, the interior of this cavernous space is instantly welcoming, making it an ideal setting for private lunches and dinners that need to impress.
Situated in the heart of Loyal Tavern, the ‘Little Room’ private dining space is cosy and intimate, with rustic décor and comfortable seating for up to 16 guests around a long wooden table. Soft, grey bucket chairs, hanging lights and a display cabinet filled with teapots make for a convivial space that’s ideal for small parties looking to celebrate a special occasion. The Little Room also lends itself to breakfast, lunch and dinner meetings, with facilities including WiFi, a screen and flip charts as standard.
Whether it’s for business or pleasure, we’re sure you and your party will love the ingredients-led menu, which focuses on making the best of seasonal British produce. The menus change all the time, according to what’s in season, but the sorts of dishes you might encounter include Cornish mackerel with apple, pine nuts and black truffle shavings, venison tartare with beef dripping, and gurnard in a crab bisque, served with carrot and seaweed. Drinks are similarly tempting, with a wine list which majors in natural, new world and British labels. Headed up by Antonio Del Monte, formerly of The Ned, the bar at Loyal Tavern stocks plenty for non-wine-drinkers too, including cocktails, softs and punch bowls to share.
For more information about booking the private dining room at Loyal Tavern, speak to one of the friendly staff members who will be more than happy to discuss your requirements.