The Ivy Asia – St. Paul’s
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The Ivy Asia, St Paul’s is an Asian concept restaurant and bar, open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
Serving theatrical drinks and cocktails late into the night alongside a delicious menu of tantalising, Asian-inspired dishes.
This vibrant and playful destination entertains, inspires and excites guests from the moment they step inside. On arrival, diners are met with a show-stopping fluorescent pink onyx floor, impressive panelled artwork depicting notable Japanese landscapes, and a pink-hued pagoda, before climbing the stairs to the first-floor restaurant.
Upstairs, the entire floor is illuminated with green, semi-precious stone, set against a striking antique gold mirrored bar, luxurious Asian fabrics, brass top tables, and large windows overlooking one of London’s most iconic and beautiful sites, St Paul’s Cathedral.
Named after The Edo Period, our private room is located on the first floor with views overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral, London’s famous landmark. The beautiful room features a striking coffer ceiling which is adorned with artwork referencing Asian themes. Diners are also able to make use of a stunning private dining room, accommodating up to 20 seated guests. Guests of the room will be watched over by a 12ft Samurai Warrior whose armour dates back to the Edo time.
The room is available to hire for lunch and dinner seven days a week, accommodating a maximum of 24 seated on one long table and 35 for drinks and canapés.
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.