Found in bustling Broadgate Circle, Yauatcha City is one of the Square Mile’s most popular dining establishments, much loved by the area's suited and booted crowds as well as those coming from further across town.
Yauatcha, which also has a site in Soho as well as a handful of international outposts, is best known for its excellent dim sum and beautiful pastries which are made on site (a pastry counter can be found by the entrance). Yauatcha City also has spaces which are available to hire for both group and private dining.
Groups of friends or colleagues can easily get together to enjoy Yauatcha’s signature dim sum, wok dishes, patisseries, tea and cocktails. The restaurant can seat groups of eight or more at the regular tables in the main dining area, or they can pull up a chair at the more casual high tables which overlook the open wok kitchen. Those in a group of 30 guests can enjoy window seating, with wraparound views of Broadgate Circle below.
If you want to host a standing reception or drinks mixer, Yauatcha City boasts two bars which can be hired exclusively for up to 60 guests. At the bar, guests are able to enjoy an extensive selection of wines by the glass, while expert mixologists can whip up fun cocktails or mocktails for guests to sip on. The bars also feature sliding doors which allow guests access to an intimate terrace that overlooks Broadgate Circle. Each bar is available for exclusive hire alongside its adjoining main terrace, meaning you can host an event with both indoor and outdoor space for up to 120 people.
Yauatcha City’s two outdoor terraces are also available to hire independently for cocktail and canapé parties. Each terrace can accommodate up to 60 party guests and overlook Broadgate Circle, while a canopy means guests can be protected from the elements when the British weather isn’t playing ball.