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The Chancery Restaurant and Private Dining Room has been patiently waiting for Saatchi and Saatchi to complete their new London head offices next door. And now the time has come for the area to morph from being dominated by the building site into a stylishly regenerated hub and at its centre is The Chancery.
This hidden gem is already punching above its weight, having scooped several coveted awards.
An elegantly low key fine dining restaurant, the main dining room, which seats 55, can be hired in part or exclusively as well as the private dining room and bar which are also available separately.
At ground level the main restaurant is split in half by two simple arches. The back area can be hired as a semi-private area to seat 25 in a u-shape or used in conjunction with the rest of the room to seat 55 or as a reception area with seating. The light grey walls with striking mirrors and simple modern art create a room which is incredibly light and fresh in feel. Hanging silk threads across the large windows are a stylish alternative to curtains – giving privacy from the street outside but also allowing the light to flow into the room. All tables have white table cloths adding to the feel of understated elegance.
The private dining room has its own separate entrance down a flight of stairs which opens up into a bright modern room seating up to 35 on one long table or smaller groups with room for a drinks reception. It’s also worth noting that in the summer months drinks receptions can be held in the quiet street outside the venue for a relaxed al fresco ambience. The room was recently completed and is elegant in its simplicity – French grey style Farrow and Ball colouring is mixed with silvery sheer curtains, adding warmth and just a touch of glamour. The art is mainly modern with a few characterful touches and it also has its own cloakroom and air-conditioning.
The bar area directly below the main restaurant holds up to 50 guests for a standing reception (18 seated) and can be used for pre-event drinks or post dinner hang out. Its low ceilings and feature wine racks making it the ideal spot for casual networking or low key celebrations for smaller groups.
There’s no room hire but a minimum spend (starting at £250) is charged depending on time and date of event. There are three current private dining menu options ranging in price from £45 to £55 for three courses but privatediningroom.co.uk’s top tip is to opt for The Chancery’s seven course tasting menu priced at an extremely competitive £68 per person.