As you’d expect, Mayfair offers some very traditional private dining rooms befitting of its illustrious heritage. The private dining rooms at Bentley’s (est 1916), for instance, offer the opportunity to eat in a historic restaurant that is over 100 years old.
But not all of Mayfair is so old school. There’s lots of fun to be had in the semi-private rooms at cool bar-cum-club MNKY HSE, for instance, while the private spaces at Gordon Ramsay’s Heddon Street Kitchen are one of the more reasonably priced options in the area.
You don’t have to eat in a private room, however. Chefs’ tables offer the exclusivity of a private room with the theatre of watching a kitchen delivering the performance of a busy service. Helene Darroze at The Connaught has a new chef’s table in the heart of the kitchen, while the private room at Corrigan’s Mayfair has a window that looks into the kitchen but keeps the heat and the noise on the other side of the glass.
Whether you want formal or informal, expensive or affordable, take your pick from the above to see our choice of the best private rooms that Mayfair restaurants have to offer.