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Established by Thomas Rule in 1798, Rules is the oldest restaurant in London but like all great classics, it moves seamlessly with the times. Aficionados of its fine British cuisine, impeccable service and quirkily historical décor, will agree with Sir John Betjeman that the restaurant is ‘unique and irreplaceable’.
At Rules, whilst serving the finest traditional British food, we constantly develop the best of our classic dishes with a contemporary nuance under the watchful eye of Head Chef David Stafford.
Specialising in classic game cookery, our kitchen brigade have gained a vast knowledge of all aspects of ‘game’ through our ownership of our Shooting Estate, Lartington Hall Park in County Durham.
Rules’ delightful private dining rooms are in some way the hidden gem of this 90 cover restaurant. Elegant and full of character, both rooms, the John Betjeman and the Graham Greene, provide intimate dining or meeting spaces and can be used in conjunction with our charming cocktail bar.
Whether you are interested in booking a board meeting, a corporate dinner, a birthday lunch or wedding breakfast, our private dining rooms cater for a variety of special events to the highest standard of food and service.