Situated in London’s bustling West End, Soho is bordered by Charing Cross Road, Oxford Street and Regent Street. Well known for its bohemian and slightly seedy charm, Soho’s famous pubs and restaurants have long been the haunt of artists and writers. Soho is known for its thriving Chinatown, centred around Gerard Street , the vibrant bars and cafes in Old Compton Street as well as the plethora of restaurants that are to be found in its warren of narrow streets.
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 24 guests at one long table or up to 40 seated guests at 10 round tables. The room also accommodates up to 60 guests for standing receptions.»
The Leicester Square private dining room at Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire Hotel on Leicester Square accommodates up to 32 seated (50 standing) guests and The Penthouse Suite accommodates up to 50 seated / 110 standing guests.»
The dining room at Obicà Poland Street can accommodate up to 35 seated (50 standing) guests and the private room seats up to 55 guests. Restaurant exclusive hire is also available for up to 90 seated guests or up to 120 guests for standing receptions.»
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.»