Best private dining rooms in Marylebone
Marylebone is located between Fitzrovia on its eastern edge, from which it is bordered by Great Portland Street, and Paddington to the west. from which it is bordered by Edgware Road. Separated from the illustrious neighbouring West End district of Mayfair by Oxford Street, Marylebone is bordered to the north west by St. John’s Wood, home to Lord’s Cricket Ground, with Regent’s Park located at its north eastern perimeter.
An eclectic array of hotels and restaurants with private dining rooms are to be found in the area alongside traditional London pubs and bars with function rooms available to hire for group dining events.
The architectural ambience of this upmarket West End district is defined by its grid network of streets, including the Harley Street medical quarter of international renown, alongside elegant mews houses nestling in-between its grand historic garden squares such as Cavendish Square and Portman Square.
Home to the BBC’s iconic Broadcasting House headquarters since 1932, Marylebone’s central London location and close proximity to other business and tourist areas of the West End make it a popular choice for private dining events including breakfast meetings, lunches, dinners and corporate Christmas parties.
The main rail terminus of Marylebone is located in the northern part of the district, within easy walking distance of the famous Madame Tussauds wax museum.
Marylebone is easily reached via the London Underground Central Line tube stations of Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Marble Arch or via Great Portland Street on the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines.
The Lamennais Room at Les 110 Taillevent London in Cavendish Square, Marylebone W1 can accommodate up to 30 seated guests for private dining lunches or dinners and is also available to hire for standing drinks receptions of up to 40 guests.»
Located on Marylebone Lane and just a stone’s throw from Oxford Street and Bond Street tube stations, the private room at 28°- 50° Wine Workshop & Kitchen is the perfect choice for corporate dinners, parties and family celebrations. The room accommodates up to 16 seated guests or up to 25 guests for standing drinks receptions.»
Brasserie of Light provides all day dining in an Art Deco space set within Selfridges department store. The Pegasus Room at Brasserie of Light accommodates up to 16 seated guests at one long table or up to 24 guests on 4 rounds of 6 guests. The room also accommodates up to 30 guests for standing drinks and canapé receptions.»
The private dining rooms at Asia House in Marylebone – just a few minutes from Oxford Circus, Bond Street, Great Portland Street and Regent’s Park stations – can accommodate 18 – 120 seated guests or 30 – 100 guests for standing drinks receptions.»
The private dining room at Michelin starred Indian restaurant Trishna in Marylebone seats up to 12 guests. A separate semi-private area accommodates up to 35 seated (30 standing) guests. The restaurant itself is also available for exclusive hire for up to 60 seated guests or up to 70 guests for standing drinks receptions.»
The private dining room at Orrery restaurant in Marylebone High Street seats up to 12 guests. Restaurant exclusive hire also available for up to 100 seated (150 standing guests. The Rooftop Terrace can accommodate up to 40 seated (70 standing) guests.»