Looking for a private dining room in Mayfair and St James's? We've got your back with our pick of eight of the best, with capacities ranging from eight all the way up to 70
Based in the heart of Mayfair, Corrigan’s offers four private dining spaces. For an extra-special experience, there's a 12-person chef's table from where you can watch the kitchen through a glass wall.
Where: 28 Upper Grosvenor Street, W1K 7EH
90 years young in 2016, this Indian just earned its first Michelin star. The private dining room has its own entrance on Swallow Street, upping the exclusivity factor.
Where: Victory House, 99 Regent Street, W1B 4RS
The Coral Reef room includes two fish tanks, which happen to be the largest live coral tanks known to exist – watch a video of this stunning room being built here.
Capacity: 48 seated, 60 standing
Where: Berkeley Square House, W1J 6BR
Berry Brothers & Rudd
Britain's oldest wine and spirit merchant offers three unique dining spaces, catering for 14-70 guests. It's a brilliant space to host a wine tasting, with plenty of sumptuous snacks.
Where: 3 St James's Street, SW1A 1EG
Maze offers a number of private dining options but for a truly unique experience, the chef's table located in the kitchen itself is sure to impress.
Where: 10-13 Grosvenor Square, W1K 6JP
Mews of Mayfair
Tucked away in a historic cobbled courtyard, the chef's private dining room offers a prime view of the kitchen to diners, surrounded by antique maps and original beams.
Where: 10-11 Lancashire Court, W1S 1EY
This intimate room is perfect for diners seeking a more casual atmosphere I which to enjoy Angela Hartnett's classic, northern-Italian menu.
Where: 33 St James's Street, SW1A 1HD
Decked out in the same rich leather and dark wood as the main restaurant, this classic Mayfair spot boasts a room which is perfect for larger dinners.
Where: 20 Mount Street, W1K 2HE
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This article was published 18 October 2016