Farringdon in Central London is wedged between the Hatton Garden area of Holborn and the Smithfield area of Clerkenwell with Farringdon Road as its main thoroughfare.

The London home of The Guardian newspaper, Farringdon is well served with a generous selection of restaurants with private dining rooms within easy walking distance of its eponymously named underground station which is served by the Circle and Metropolitan lines.

Bird of Smithfield
Modern British |
Seats up to 52 |
£50+ per person

Michelin acclaimed Bird of Smithfield has two private dining rooms seating 40 and 52 guests. The Birdcage Bar can accommodate up to 65 standing guests.

Bleeding Heart
French |
Seats up to 120 |
£50+ per person

a uniquely welcoming ambience in a wonderfully historic setting. Bleeding Heart Restaurants offer plenty of fine dining and events options in calm and elegant surroundings. All rooms are dedicated to exclusive private dining with the high level of food

Vinoteca Farringdon
Seasonal British & European |
Seats up to 30 |
£40+ per person

The private dining room at Vinoteca Farringdon seats up to 30 guests or up to 20 around a single table and also accommodates up to 40 standing.

Vivat Bacchus Farringdon
Modern European |
Seats up to 50 |
£45+ per person

Vivat Bacchus in Farringdon has two private dining rooms respectively seating 12 and 40 guests & a semi-private room seating up to 50.

Humble Grape – Fleet Street
Modern European |
Seats up to 16 |
£45+ per person

The cork walled private dining room at Humble Grape in St. Bride’s Passage, just off Fleet Street, is located in the crypt and seats up to 16 guests.