Private dining rooms in Marylebone, London W1, provide a discrete environment in which to dine in this peaceful part of central London, away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Mayfair and London’s West End.
Marylebone lies to the north of Oxford Street and to the west of Great Portland Street with Edgware Road as its western boundary and Marylebone Road to the north.
Marylebone is home to London’s famous Harley Street private medical practices and boasts a number of famous Michelin starred restaurants with private dining rooms available for special events.
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.»
The private dining room at Michelin starred Indian restaurant Trishna in Marylebone seats up to 12 guests. A separate semi-private area seats up to 35 guests. The whole venue is also available for exclusive hire for up to 60 guests.»
Brasserie of Light provides all day dining in an Art Deco space set within Selfridges department store. The Pegasus Room at Brasserie of Light can accommodate up to 24 seated guests or up to 30 guests for standing drinks and canapé receptions.»
Hoppers St Christopher’s Place in Marylebone – close to Bond Street underground station – specialises in Sri Lankan & Tamil Nadu cuisine. The lower ground floor seats up to 55 and vaults on the lower ground floor each seat 8 guests.»
The private dining room at Orrery restaurant in Marylebone High Street seats up to 16 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.»
The three first floor private dining room at popular modern Scandinavian restaurant & bar The Harcourt in Marylebone seat between 8 and 20 guests. The Garden Room accommodates up to 60 guests for standing receptions.»