London restaurants with chef’s tables for private dining events
Restaurants with private chef’s tables, often Michelin acclaimed, allow you and your guests to enjoy the theatre of the kitchen and meet the chef and his kitchen associates.
Chef’s table private dining experiences
Chef’s tables usually accommodate smaller private dining groups and are often separated from the kitchen by a glass partition which literally provides a window to all the activity going on behind the scenes to create the dining experience that you are all enjoying.
A select group of restaurants with Chef Tables are holders of Michelin stars and a Chef’s Table provides the perfect environment for smaller, more intimate private dining events.
The private dining room and Chef’s Table at The Midland Grand Dining Room – in the heart of the King’s Cross area of London at The St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel – respectively seat 14 and 8 guests. The main restaurant is also available for private dining events of up to 90 guests & the Gothic Bar can accommodate 150 – 200 guests for standing drinks receptions.»
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 45 seated guests.»
Alex Dilling at Hotel Cafe Royal – located on the southern end of Regent Street where Soho, Mayfair and St. James’s converge – has private dining rooms seating 6 – 44 guests as well as ballroom private event space for up to 150 seated (200 standing) guests.»
The private dining room at Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at No. 10 Northumberland Avenue is brought to you by the team of Tom Kerridge. The room seats up to 16 guests with guests able to watch their own personal chef prepare each course.»