The six best luxury private dining rooms in London
Alongside lockdown easing comes the return of wider social events. Excitingly, London is warming up to host these social reunions with gusto! You may have planned a catch up with family or friends. However you may also feel more of a sense of occasion. As a result, private dining rooms are the destination a lot of us will be looking for. There’s nothing quite like a luxury private dining room to enjoy the best of a fine dining restaurant. Perhaps because of the added intimacy of your own private space. So where are the best luxury private dining rooms in London?
Are you not yet tired of eating, drinking and socialising outside? Then why not choose a private dinning room that’s not actually a room? The Coral Garden at Dalloway Terrace can accommodate up to 20 people in its botanically abundant space. There’s shelter from the unpredictable British weather courtesy of both the greenery and a canopy. So you’ll feel miles away from this Tottenham Court Road location. The menu is fresh and vibrant which absolutely complements the surroundings. As a result you’ll find this private dining option utterly uplifting.
Perhaps your gathering is for that much missed inner circle of close family or friends. The Platinum Arowana Room at Scott’s Mayfair sits just six to eight, making a wonderful intimate gathering. The room is a vision, with mirrored walls adorned with classical art and a semi precious stone floor. The à la carte menu features dishes exclusive to this private dining room. Consequently, it really is the perfect choice for an eagerly and long awaited special event.
There’s nowhere quite like Bob Bob Ricard for parties that demand all that is grand and spectacular about private dining. This Soho restaurant is the ideal destination for private dining engagements determined to make a splash. Decor is inspired by the Royal Dining Carriage, which gives guests here an elegance reminiscent of a century ago. The room serves the full à la carte menu and can accommodate up to 16 guests. Expect a minimum spend of £1,000 at lunch and £1,500 at dinner.
Choose private dining to wow your nearest and dearest over at Sketch London. We all know Sketch as home of all things spectacular Just look at their pod bathrooms and fantastical Glade restaurant. So their private dining option does not disappoint. The Millicent Fawcett Room is sumptuous and dramatic, furnished with rich upholstery and crystal chandeliers. The minimum spend varies, and the room seats up to 6 (rising to 8 as restrictions allow). Diners will enjoy the trademark Sketch focus on seasonal fresh ingredients. So the 4 course menu is as opulent as the surroundings to complete a most theatrical dining experience.
Head to the Hide & Seek room at Hide in Mayfair if you prefer your surroundings to be a little more understated and contemporary. This dining room, seating up to 20, is situated on the mezzanine level so is bathed in natural light. It is exquisitely decorated in neutrals which are perfectly complementary. This results in surroundings that feel ornate and contemporary at the same time. Hide & Seek benefits from its own private entrance and lift. Therefore, dining here is the ultimate private experience for those who wish to remain understated!
For those who like a private dining experience to be dusted with romance and fantasy, head to Somerset House. The Salon at Spring sits within an enclosed skylit atrium. In addition, it’s adorned with twinkling lighting and black olive trees that give it a fairy-tale feel. Additionally the room accommodates up to 15 diners. This makes it a perfect environment to enjoy the unfussy seasonal menu that makes Spring so delightful.
Luxury private dining in London is the ideal way to reconnect with your nearest and dearest. Above all, it wonderfully complements a stay at a luxury serviced apartment. For the ultimate in privacy and comfort, browse through our ideally situated locations to complete your experience.