Private dining rooms in Soho
Venues in Soho with private dining rooms reflect the area’s rich cultural heritage and provide a diverse selection of cuisines from all over the world.
Soho in London’s West End is a buzzing area with an important cultural history. From being the stamping ground of bohemian intellectuals in the 1950’s, through the seedy sex industry days of the 1970’s to its current reputation of being home to the British creative & entertainment industries, Soho has retained its unique gritty charm throughout the last sixty years.
Lovers of authentic Chinese food are attracted to the area due to London’s Chinatown being located there with Gerrard Street at its epicentre. There is, however, a wonderfully eclectic mix of cuisines to be found in Soho restaurants. From Italian to French & Eastern European to South American – Soho has most cuisine bases covered!
A fantastic array of restaurants, bars and hotels are to be found in the neighbourhood – many of which with private dining and function rooms available to hire for group dining events. The warren of streets contained within the area’s one square mile include Wardour Street – the location of the original Marquee Club, Frith Street – where Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club is situated, and Old Compton Street – often referred to as London’s gay village.
Soho is separated from nearby Covent Garden by Charing Cross Road on its eastern edge with Regent Street separating it from its swanky neighbour, Mayfair, located on its western perimeter. As with many West End locations, Soho is well served by London’s underground train service. Nearby tube stations include Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.
The private dining room at Bob Bob Ricard Soho restaurant – designed and modelled on the Royal Carriage of the Orient Express – seats up to 16 people with guests invited to choose from the full à la carte menu and selection of fine wines.»
L’Escargot is a French restaurant located in the heart of Soho. The three private dining rooms located on the 2nd and 3rd floors offer complete privacy from the main restaurant and accommodate 12 – 40 seated guests or 16 – 65 guests for standing drinks receptions.»
Just off Oxford Circus, in the beating heart of the West End between Soho and Mayfair, Inca London is a Latin American live venue with an intimate private dining room seating up to 16 guests. Larger event spaces can accommodate 80 – 145 seated (150 – 250 standing) guests.»
100 Wardour St. in Soho is situated on the original site of the iconic Marquee Club and has two private dining rooms available to hire for events. The Playroom provides semi-private space for up to 12 seated (40 standing) guests and The 100 Room can accommodate up to 20 seated (40 standing) guests.»
Crazy Coqs Cabaret & Bar is located within Brasserie Zédel at the southern edge of Soho – close to Piccadilly Circus in the heart of the West End. Exclusive hire is available for private dining events of up to 50 and standing drinks events of up to 80 guests.»
The four private dining rooms at Quo Vadis in Dean Street, Soho seat between 9 – 32 guests. The Marx Room is also available to hire for standing receptions of up to 45 guests and the top floor can be hired exclusively for up to 100 standing guests.»
The Ivy Soho Brasserie is one of the highly distinguished stable of restaurants operated by Caprice Holdings. The restaurant’s private dining room can accommodate up to 26 guests at one long table or up to 50 seated guests at 10 round tables. The room also accommodates up to 70 guests for standing receptions.»
Park Row on Brewer Street in Soho is the world’s first DC-inspired restaurant and bar. Private dining spaces accommodate 20 – 120 seated guests or 70 – 200 guests for standing drinks receptions. Restaurant exclusive hire is also available for larger events of up to 220 seated (499 standing) guests.»