Private London Dining Room Reviews
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 London restaurants with private dining rooms that 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 »
Private Fine Dining in Mayfair, London This part of town is famous for its serious business restaurants and fine dining rooms. The neighbouring streets are filled with powerhouses, five starCorrigan’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 »
This tiny fronted restaurant reminds me of Doctor Who’s Tardis as it opens out into a huge building with two private rooms, a conservatory and a garden as well asFrederick’s Read more »
Like so many livery halls, The Innholders Hall is essentially a tardis hidden behind an unremarkable front door, just moments from Cannon Street tube station. But don’t be fooled, thisHerbert Berger at Innholders Hall Read more »
The clue is in the name. Hush is down the tiny alleyway off Bond Street not dissimilar to the hole Alice scurries down to find her Wonderland. A small cobbledHush Read more »
A cultural experience: excellent food, excellent drink and excellent art. A building which was once used as a snail farm – the name of the restaurant being a legacy ofL’Escargot Restaurant Read more »