As one of London’s most celebrated society restaurants since the 1920s, Quaglino’s has seen some famous feet descend its statement staircases. Now part of the D&D London stable, the huge dining room has retained both its sense of occasion and (crucially) its Champagne menu.
The venue can hold 220 guests for a wedding breakfast followed by dancing, 260 seated guests without a dancefloor, and a whopping 600 guests for a standing reception. Additionally, two private dining rooms hold 15 and 40 (60 standing) guests respectively.
With semi-secluded areas, a stage and two bars, Quaglino’s is a venue that will bring wow factor to your wedding, while the location in St James’s, a short walk to both Green Park and Piccadilly Circus tube stations, couldn’t be any more central.
You can keep the glamorous venue looking as it is, or decorate it as you see fit to match your personal style; an events team of party planners is on hand to offer expert advice at every stage of your wedding journey.
Two private dining menus offer two/three courses for £52/£57 or £62/£67 respectively, while if you go for exclusive hire of the restaurant, there are unlimited drinks packages, too. From the former menu, chicken liver parfait with bacon crumble, Muscat drunken raisins, orange salad and toasted brioche might be followed by sea bream, tomato fondue, confit pepper crushed potatoes and sauce vierge, with frozen banana parfait and spiced honey ice cream to finish.
Spend £10 more per guest, meanwhile, and you might have Earl Grey and wakame cured salmon with salted lemon emulsion and keta, pepper roasted beef rump with braised cheeks and glazed spring radishes, and a praline and salted caramel sphere.
Vegetarian options, meanwhile, extend to the likes of harissa and peanut roasted aubergine with whipped coconut, buckwheat, black quinoa and lentil, watercress and pearl barley risotto primavera and toasted seeds, and spinach and goats’ cheese ravioli with fricassée printanière.