This 16th Century Tudor-style private dining room seats up to 12 guests around a rosewood and sapele oval table; a replica of The King's Table excavated from Westminster Palace. Each chair is inspired by the medieval carvings which adorn the hammer-beam roof of Westminster Palace, covered with Gothic grotesques and chosen to celebrate the stately ingredients used within each historical dish. The room is decorated with deep-red embossed leather walls and a central chandelier, featuring the largest hand-blown glass piece in Britain. With views overlooking the main dining room and Hyde Park, the windows also have blinds if complete privacy is required.
The Chef’s Table seats 4-6 guests and is situated directly opposite the pass of the custom built glass walled kitchen, featuring a spit roast pulley system, similar to those used in the royal court. The experience provides a unique opportunity to interact with the chefs, who will give you exclusive insights into the historical origins of the dishes and their cooking process. A five- or eight-course tasting menu is available for lunch and a six- or nine-course tasting menu is available for dinner, along with wine pairing options.
Private Dining Room