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Pierre Gagnaire & Mourad Mazouz’s three Michelin starred venue in Mayfair, the Lecture Room & Library, offers a unique private dining experience available for hire Wednesday-Saturday for dinner, and Friday and Saturday for lunch.
Since opening in 2002, sketch has remained at the forefront of the London restaurant scene, continuing to display Pierre Gagnaire’s culinary wizardry throughout all the menus that offer an exciting twist on Modern European cuisine.
With ever changing art pieces and interior décor, all senses continue to be stimulated at sketch with the strong collaboration of Food, Drink, Art and Music.
Private rooms for group dining events at sketch
Designed by Gabhan O’Keeffe, The Lecture Room & Library restaurant is decorated in shades of burgundy, cream and silver, with richly upholstered armchairs in purple and crimson. Design is opulent, with beautiful wallpapering, an ornate plasterwork ceiling and crystal-encrusted chandeliers.
The restaurant can be hired for up to 40 guests, we offer a bespoke menu for all guests based on our current seasonal menus and can be tailored to their preferences.
The private dining experience starts with a champagne and canape reception, followed by a seated dinner with wines chosen by our Wine Director, Fred Brugues.
The Millicent Fawcett Room is also located within our 3 Michelin star Lecture Room & Library restaurant, can be hired for up to 8 guests. We offer our tasting menu only for all guests, depending on their preferences and seasonal ingredients.
Please note that – in accordance with UK government guidelines – restrictions may apply to the socially distanced number of guests allowed in private dining rooms during the Covid-19 pandemic. As this may be subject to change please contact the venue via telephone or email for up-to-date information regarding private dining room capacity restrictions.