sketch

Modern European |
Seats up to 120 |
£55+ per person
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Pierre Gagnaire & Mourad Mazouz’s Michelin starred venue in Mayfair offers three private dining rooms available for hire.

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.

The Library is a semi-private dining room, within the Michelin Starred Lecture Room restaurant, that offers group dining for 12 -24 guests; there is also use of a private lounge. The space boasts an opulent interior décor that cleverly combines the latest art pieces with the space and luxury of a traditional dining room.

The Glade is a private room on the ground floor of sketch which can seat 15 – 32, or hold reception style events for 30 – 70.  The décor is designed to give the impression that guests are dining in a forest glade.

We do have additional spaces if required and can accommodate seated events up to 120 pax at Sketch. We also have a dedicated team of Event Managers, Chefs and Sommeliers ready to assist you!

Turner prize nominated and Fourth Plinth commissioned, David Shrigley has transformed the Gallery at sketch as part of a long-term programme of artist-conceived restaurants. 239 new works line the restaurant’s walls, forming the largest group of original drawings David Shrigley has ever exhibited. India Mahdavi, who has created a sensational rose gold backdrop for David Shrigley’s artwork, conceived a soothing, monochromatic, strikingly comprehensive interior. The classic, almost bourgeois design invites a deliberately playful contrast with the witty, outré art works; all is most certainly not what it seems.

The exhibition continues on the restaurant tables: Crisp and clean with a touch of his signature humour, Shrigley has understood the dining table as an auxiliary exhibition space, a platform for the presentation of new work by himself and Master Chef, Pierre Gagnaire. The work comprises new ceramic tableware featuring Shrigley’s distinctive mordant drawings and texts, in a holistic interaction with Gagnaire’s food.

The meal itself becomes a site-specific sculptural work that references sketch’s location in the heart of London and invites diners to respond with their own thoughts and reactions.

In addition, fashion designer Richard Nicoll has been enlisted to create bespoke uniforms for the Gallery restaurant staff to wear. For the girls, the design is a play on Nicoll’s signature T-shirt dress silhouette; for the boys, a smart, grey boiler-suit.