Being the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom, London is buzzing with activities. It’s the place to be due to the iconic sightseeing spots, fun-filled days out to top hotels, restaurants, theatres, and not forgetting unmissable London events. The city also has no shortage of elegant, spectacular private dining rooms. These most sought-after private dining rooms are perfect for birthday celebrations, weddings, meetings, intimate celebration spaces, or somewhere to host something more unique.
Here are the top 5 most spectacular private dining rooms to hire in London right now!
Situated in the heart of West End, the private dining room steeped in the glamour of 1920s Europe can accommodate a maximum of 12 guests. What’s more? The room can be divided to provide two more intimate spaces for a maximum of 10 guests and 16 guests in the Corner Room and Kean Room, respectively.
Not forgetting the menu, guests will be treated to the classic dishes and house favorites like Stroganoff and Apple Strudel. The menus use the finest seasonal produce, and also the chefs adapt for any dietary requirements the guest may have.
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The Coral Garden
Adjacent to Dalloway Terrace, 3 minutes away from Tottenham Court Road Station, Coral Garden is the perfect place to spend some time with family, friends, or business associates. It has open-air events space for a maximum of 20 people. Botanical canopy and traditional striped gazebo are there to shelter guests. When the evening draws in, guests enjoy a cozy fireplace.
Guests are treated to a tailor-made experience, ranging from a carefully curated afternoon tea to a 5-course feast with cocktails and canapés. There’s also a Coral Room which boasts a grand salon bar where guests can meet for coffee, a light bite, or perhaps afternoon tea.
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Often described as ‘one of the most beautiful dining places in the city of London,’ the Wolsey offers ideal space for all kinds of events or groups. It’s located in Mayfair, overlooking the iconic Piccadilly. It has private dining room seats for a maximum of 15 guests one oval table. It’s elegantly designed with archived windows, complimentary art deco interiors, and guests enjoy natural light during the day and glow from Piccadilly at night.
Their menus use the finest seasonal ingredients, which are all inspired by the grand café traditions of Europe.
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The Langham, Oxford Circus
With 380 fully refurbished and spectacular rooms and suites, the Langham has had a history of delighting its guests since 1865. Guests also get personalized services. It has 11 private dining rooms ideal for a group of 6-230 people. The legendary icon Michael Roux Jr. is there in the bars, restaurants, even at the comfort of your guest room.
Roux entices guests with classically constructed dishes offering French cuisine with a British twist at The Landau. Guests are treated to Oriental concoctions with a dash of classic and contemporary flavors at Artesian. For a glass of wine or beer, the recently opened Wigmore is the place to be. For the elegant tradition of afternoon tea, Palm Court is at the service of guests.
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Duck & Waffle
Located on the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate, one of the London’s tallest buildings and it offers breathtaking London views.
The restaurant includes a 24 seat “inside out” bar, an open kitchen and offers the highest private dining room in the country that seats a maximum of 18 people for a seated event or 25 for a standing reception. They have special menus such as the weekend brunch, gluten conscious, late-night, Christmas day, New year’s eve, etc.
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