After a successful year with The Frog E1 in Spitalfields, chef Adam Handling has hopped over to Covent Garden to open another restaurant of the same concept, albeit in a more formal setting.
In the basement at Frog by Adam Handling, behind panelled wardrobe doors, is a private dining room for up to 20 guests. It comes complete with its own open kitchen, personal chef and events manager, allowing for a particularly exclusive experience. An AV technician can also be on hand to sort audio, music and TV screens.
Bookers may choose between à la carte and tasting menus for the group, or create something specific to their needs. We like the sound of the kingfish, avocado and jalapeño dish (pictured above), as well as some particularly naughty sounding cheese and truffle doughnuts.
Interiors are dark and moody with bespoke furnishings and specially-commissioned artworks by JJ Adams.
Send off an email to book the space here
Want more inspiration for your next group dinner? How about a Taiwanese spot with two new private spaces?
Photos Tim Green