The new Selfridge’s restaurant, Brasserie of Light: why it’s a private dining dream

The new Selfridge’s restaurant, Brasserie of Light: why it’s a private dining dream

Updated on 26 November 2018 • Written By Tonje Odegard

The new Selfridge’s restaurant, Brasserie of Light: why it’s a private dining dream
Selfridges London is placing the final piece in its £300m investment puzzle with the opening of the new destination restaurant from Caprice Holdings. Why is this interesting? Because Brasserie of Light comes with a sophisticated private dining room. 
 
Another draw is that the brasserie features London’s largest scale artwork by Damien Hirst (a 24ft sculpture of Pegasus), which will form the centrepiece of the main dining area. With a 30ft wingspan, the horse will soar over diners with its hooves lifted – pretty dramatic stuff. 
 
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The 14-capacity private dining room, The Pegasus Room, is named after the artwork and features its own private bar. It also has bevelled antique mirror panels to impress, and comes complete with bespoke art-deco-style chairs and a polished parquet floor (courtesy of Martin Brudnizki, who is the restaurant’s designer).
 
We can’t wait to try the menu which promises British classics mixed with internationally-inspired dishes. The scallops with red peppers, roasted fennel and capers sound right up our street, as does lobster spaghetti – talk about impressing clients. 
 
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The room will be available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, so why not combine it with a meeting? 
 
Interested? Get in touch with the team by visiting Brasserie of Light’s page 
 
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