Private Dining Rooms: West End

Private Dining Rooms: West End

So, you’ve got your theatre tickets sorted but you need somewhere to eat beforehand? Or perhaps your office is in the Theatre Land and you don’t want to travel to far to find a great place for you and your clients to eat? Well, no matter what the specification, this list of private dining rooms in the West End should cover all bases. You’ll notice the range of venues and cuisines is quite extensive too: there’s high-end Chinese and Indian restaurants, ranging all the way through to private members clubs in Mayfair and near Oxford Circus tube station.

We found 82 venues in Private dining rooms in the West End.
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D&D London

16 Kirby Street, London, EC1N 8TS

Farringdon Tube Station

Spaces 21 Reception 801 and more Meeting 301-500 Dinner 301-500

Bedrooms - Outside Area - Tiered - Max -

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The Connaught

Carlos Place, London, W1K 2AL

Bond Street Tube Station

Spaces 9 Reception 76-150 Meeting 151-300 Dinner 76-150

Bedrooms 121 Outside Area - Tiered - Max -

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150 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5LB


Spaces 4 Reception 301-500 Meeting 1-25 Dinner 151-300

Bedrooms - Outside Area 32 Tiered - Max -

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Arch 65

Queen's Circus, London, SW8 4NE

Battersea Park Station

Spaces 1 Reception 76-150 Meeting 26-75 Dinner 26-75

Bedrooms - Outside Area 40 Tiered - Max -

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One of the most popular searches on the Squaremeal website is for our list of private dining rooms in the City and the West End of London. Everyone who has had to book dinner, a meeting or both knows that getting the right PDR for your colleagues or clients is essential. The sheer range of private dining rooms, both in the West End and in the City of London on offer means that this shouldn't be too much of a problem. 

You choose to hire a private space for a dinner meeting in one of the many top five-star hotels' private dining rooms, a Michelin-star restaurant or even a private members' club with a VIP or private dining area. If your group is small, a Chef's table in a well-known restaurant can be a lot of fun and obviously the food will be exceptional. If you need a little more space booking a hotel in the City might be a little more suitable. 

There are also a host of less obvious private dining spaces available for group and corporate hire. Take a high-end department store for example, often a dramatic venue for a private dinner or meeting. If you fancy something a little more informal, you could maybe choose a traditional English gastro pub.