Got a major client to impress? Need to really show your team their value? These fine-dining showstoppers could be just what you need
USP Seriously fancy French cuisine
Private dining 10, 14
As one of London’s longest-standing Michelin-starred restaurants, Pied à Terre serves up some very fine tasting menus with dishes’ roots in classic French cooking. An impressive art collection on the walls of the PDR and a private bar on the first floor add to the experience.
USP Stylish and modern Cantonese dishes
Private dining 16, 60
This high-end Chinese restaurant has also held a Michelin star for a number of years, and is home to a sexy, low-lit private dining room that’s decked out in rich oriental reds and golds. Expect dim sum platters, peking duck with caviar and stir-fried lobster.
USP Swish Italian food in a wine cellar
Private dining 28
Oenophiles will be quite at home in the floor-to-ceiling wine cellar with mirrored alcoves and sophisticated Italian dishes. Set menus for groups include Apulian burrata with char-grilled aubergine, and beetroot and ricotta ravioli.
USP French meets Asian
Private dining 8, 10, 20, 40
Part of the Gordon Ramsay Group, this Mayfair spot celebrates modern European and Asian flavours. We particularly like the Maze View room, which offers total seclusion for groups of 10 as well as a view into the kitchen.
USP Seasonally-driven, modern European
Private dining 12, 22
This one in South Ken ticks a lot of fine dining boxes: seasonal food, chic interiors, white tablecloths, a menu that reads like a list of ingredients. Plus there’s even a Chef’s Office experience, which sees guests served by the chefs themselves in the 12-seat PDR.
USP Upmarket Indian with a private-club feel
Private dining 32, 60
The original of the ever-expanding Cinnamon Collection offers deftly-spiced curries, matching wines, and spades of sophistication. Private dinners in the Gallery above the main dining room are a great way to ensure the right balance of privacy with a buzzy atmosphere.