Private rooms in London for fine dining events
London frequently appears in lists of top foodie cities in the world and is now firmly in the ‘culinary mecca’ status Whether we’re talking Michelin stars, gourmet gastro grub, fabulous international cuisines or even great British fare, it’s all for the taking in London.
So if you’re looking to hold a private event in a fine dining establishment, but are a bit overwhelmed by the choice (it’s understandable!) and simply don’t know where to start, then the first thing to decide is what type of food you & your guests want to indulge in. After that, go for location or look at the chef/patron angle if that will excite your guests… There’ll still be plenty to choose from, but it’ll narrow it down a bit. And of course, check out our list of the best fine dining in private rooms here..
Top Tip: Many Michelin starred restaurants have private rooms, to find out which ones, read our blog on them here.
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
Contemporary French |
Seats up to 82 |
£150+ per person
The three stunning private dining rooms at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester respectively seat 7, 12 & 30 guests.
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Historical British |
Seats up to 100 |
£100+ per person
The private dining room at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal seats up to 12 guests and the Chef’s Table seats 4 – 6 guests.
Modern European |
Seats up to 50 |
£55+ per person
The Lecture Room & Library at sketch in Mayfair seats up to 40 guests for private dining events and The Library provides semi-private dining for up to 16 guests.
Modern Indian |
Seats up to 150 |
£55+ per person
Benares, the Michelin starred Indian restaurant in Mayfair has four private dining rooms seating between 10 – 36 guests including a Chef’s Table seating up to 10 guests.
Outlaw’s at The Capital
Seats up to 34 |
£85+ per person
The two private dining rooms at Outlaw’s at The Capital in Knightsbridge can respectively accommodate 14 and 24 seated guests.