Exclusive reviews from our undercover team
Here at Private Dining Rooms, we want to make sure you get the very best private dining experience available. That’s why we send our team of undercover critics out to the venues we list, so that we can give you our own, totally unbiased opinion of what they’re like and what they offer.
It’s all part of the Private Dining Rooms service! And, naturally, if you’d like to give us any feedback about your own experiences of a venue we’ve recommended, we’d love to hear from you.
This City stalwart is actually a bit of a chameleon. At any time of the day or night during the week it is buzzing with corporate guests having meetings, business1 Lombard Street Read more »
The backstreets of Belgravia are full of secrets. Ametsa at the Halkin, is one of these. Previously Nahm, it’s undergone a culinary change of direction, turning from Oriental to SpanishAmetsa Read more »
The Andaz Hotel is like Dr Who’s tardis. With 14 different private rooms, ranging from corporate-style board rooms to an underground masonic temple, it seems to go on forever. WithAndaz London Liverpool Street Read more »
The most recent opening in this small but growing group of French restaurants, boulangerie and patisserie, Aubaine Marylebone, has an enviable location just behind the High Street. Aubaine’s private diningAubaine - Marylebone Read more »
At the back of this gem on St James’ is the private dining room at Avenue. With a glass window looking out onto the main restaurant and a glass backAvenue Read more »
The unassuming entrance on Berkeley Square belies what is, in fact, a portal into the best of the best of Indian cuisine in London not least because Benares’ Michelin-starred culinaryBenares Read more »
Eating the capital’s finest sea food, sitting surrounded by atmospheric lighting, drinking at an exclusive mirrored bar and being attended to by a exclusive waiter service, visitors to Bentleys willBentley’s Restaurant, Piccadilly. Read more »
St James’s Street is one of the most fascinating in London – beneath the tarmac and beautiful buildings it must be like Emmental cheese – littered as it is withBerry Bros. & Rudd Read more »