Book a private dining room in Fitzrovia
This elegant West End district is essentially bordered by Euston Road and Oxford Street – respectively on its north and southern edges – with Gower Street and Great Portland Street as its east and western boundaries.
Streets within the area, including Goodge Street and Charlotte Street, contain a diverse range of restaurants with private dining rooms available to hire for group social events such as breakfast meetings, lunches & dinners. A number of traditional London pubs are also to be found in the district with function rooms for group dining events and standing drinks receptions.
Fitzrovia has a rich cultural heritage with many notable artists, writers and poets of the past including Augustus John, George Bernard Shaw and Virginia Woolf having been lived and worked in the area. Nowadays this quiet backwater of the West End, located just a few minutes’ walk from the busy main retail district of Oxford Street, is an area of residential and office spaces.
With the iconic London skyline landmark of the BT Tower at its epicentre and convenient choice of West End tube connections, Fitzrovia is always a popular location for private dining events in Central London.
Fitzrovia is within a ten – fifteen walk from Euston main London railway station and easily accessible via London Underground with tube stations at Warren Street & Great Portland Street located to the north of the district, Goodge Street tube in the centre and the Central Line tube stations of Oxford Circus & Tottenham Court Road on its southern edge.
The private dining room at Michelin starred Pied à Terre restaurant in Fitzrovia seats up to 16 guests. The Chefs Table seats up to 8 guests with other spaces seating up to 10 guests. The main restaurant at Pied à Terre is also available for exclusive takeover for events of up to 40 seated guests.»
Chef Quique Dacosta’s Arros QD in Fitzrovia serves Spanish Mediterranean cuisine cooked on a large wood-fired stove. The restaurant has four private dining rooms seating from 20 – 40 guests or 30 – 80 guests for standing drinks receptions.»
Since opening in 2015, The House of Hô has developed a popular reputation for its its own special brand of modern Vietnamese and Asian fusion cooking. The three private dining rooms at The House of Hô seat between 6 – 12 guests.»
The two private dining rooms at Fitzrovia’s The Elysée can accommodate 20 – 40 seated guests or 30 – 50 guests for standing drinks receptions. The rooms can also accommodate 60 seated (80 standing) guests when combined. The main dining room seats up to 130 guests.»
The Ling Ling private dining room at Hakkasan Hanway Place accommodates up to 65 seated guests or up to 80 guests for standing drinks receptions. The semi-private dining room accommodates up to 20 seated (20 standing) guests.»
Private dining rooms at The Royal Institute of British Architects – located between the buzz of Oxford Street and the tranquility of Regent’s Park can accommodate 22 – 250 seated guests or 100 – 400 guests for standing drinks receptions.»