Mosimann’s, nestled in the very heart of Belgravia, is widely regarded as one of the most prestigious private dining clubs in the world. The club is run by Anton Mosimann OBE, with his sons Philipp and Mark, making it very much a family business to this day. Boasting eight private dining rooms, along with the option to hire the restaurant in its entirety, Mosimann’s follows the motto “passion for excellence”.
The Montblanc room is the most intimate space, seating just two guests under a stunning chandelier. Ascending in size order, Angélus is the club’s chef’s table room. Up to six guests can dine here, surrounded by mahogany panelling with a window into the busy kitchen too. The Lalique room, meanwhile, is considerably larger, allowing for up to 12 guests, boasting a blass table, plenty of natural light and chandeliers created by Marc Lalique in 1951. For fans of the royal family, The Windsor Room is ideal. Adorned with various menus and memorabilia from royal events such as the wedding of William and Catherine, the space seats up to 14 guests around one large table.
A more recent addition, The Lanson Library seats between 20 and 30 guests but can also host up to 50 for a drinks reception. Taking its name from the Champagne house, the space is ideal for slightly larger gatherings and celebrations. Offering a similar capacity, the Davidoff Room is the second largest in the club, boasting its own charming outdoor terrace for pre-dinner drinks and cigars. Ascend the spiral staircase to the top of the belfry, however, and you’ll find the utterly unique Casa Luiza. Named after its curator, Luiza Pardellas-Marra, the room features luxurious furnishings and a mural floor. Finally, the Balcony Bar is ideal for more relaxed gatherings of up to 50, such as morning coffee, afternoon tea or early evening cocktails.