The Square

Contemporary French |
Seats up to 18 |
£115+ per person
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The private dining room at The Square offers the luxury of complete privacy.

This contemporary room can seat between 8 – 18 guests and benefits from close proximity to the entrance of the restaurant.

Enjoy superb food and wine in a specially designed, secluded space that sets you and your guests apart from fellow diners and other distractions. Experience the art of fine dining and the appreciation of great wines in your own private sanctuary.

Whether it is a celebration, business meeting, wine tasting or simply a treat, the private dining room at the Square provides the perfect setting for a special occasion with friends, colleagues or loved ones. In line with the smart, contemporary styling of the restaurant, it offers an ambience of easy opulence, in which to experience a mouth-watering choice of award-winning food and wine.

Executive Chef Yu Sugimoto has amassed a wealth of experience during his career in some of France’s most renowned culinary establishments. His contemporary and creative cooking style is clean, sophisticated and light and his presentation demonstrates a Japanese attitude and simplicity. His light, focused and balanced dishes ensure he is the perfect chef for a modern, urban fine dining establishment such as The Square. Sugimoto’s passion and respect for seasonal ingredients in their purest form has become an essential part of his culinary attitude and approach to French cooking.

Hosts can choose wine from our private dining room selection or leave it up to our dedicated team of sommeliers.

 

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