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.
Brown’s is a former courtroom. Situated in the heart of Covent Garden’s theatreland, the theatrical aspect of its four private dining rooms is happily evident. History and beauty stamp thisBrowns Courtrooms Read more »
The Buddha Bar is a uniquely creative space which has been winner of the Best Restaurant and Bar Award at the London and Club awards – adding to its statusBuddha-Bar London Read more »
Covent Garden is filled with so many restaurants coming and going it’s hard to keep track, but Clos Maggiore has been on a side street of the main square forClos Maggiore Read more »
This part of town is famous for its serious business restaurants and fine dining rooms. The neighbouring streets are filled with powerhouses, five star hotels and of course the AmericanCorrigan’s Mayfair Read more »
Dehesa’s private dining room is what Soho dining is all about. Who would’ve thought that beneath the ever-popular buzzing Spanish tapas bar is a small, discrete private dining room whichRead more »
The newly refurbished private dining room at Dirty Bones still has that distinct NYC-inspired eclectically irreverent ambience but with a slightly more ‘hygge’ feel. The warmth of the room isDirty Bones Kensington Read more »
The beauty of L’Etoile is its authenticity and simplicity. The unassuming townhouse in the middle of Charlotte Street hides a surprising number of equally surprisingly spacious private dining rooms upRead more »
It doesn’t get more quintessentially British than Fortnum & Mason. But while many might assume it’s just the iconic shop and elegantly glamorous tea rooms on the fourth floor thereFortnum & Mason, Piccadilly Read more »