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A Curation Of The Best Private Dining Rooms In London


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By Lucy Cocoran on 14th December 2023

From cosy enclaves to lavish long tables, London’s restaurant scene caters to private parties by offering intimate spaces which can be yours for the evening.

London’s culinary scene is difficult to rival, boasting some of the most luxurious spaces and decadent meals in the world. It is unsurprising then, that in this city, most celebratory events are synonymous with restaurant dining. If you’re seeking a more intimate affair with your nearest and dearest, private dining rooms offer unrivalled luxury.

From group dinners to larger functions and corporate lunches, there are an abundance of private dining spaces available, find our favourite offerings below.

Bob Bob Ricard 

Oozing opulence, this one-of-a-kind dining room setting has been modelled after the Royal Carriage of the Orient Express. Complete with a ‘press for Champagne’ button at every seat, your glass will never run dry, while the à la carte menu fuses British and French classics-with-a-twist. 

Address: 1 Upper James St, London W1F 9DF

Bookings: Made here


A remarkable tasting experience awaits you in the private dining room at IKOYI. Possessing two Michelin stars, the culinary team are in a league of their own, offering a range of innovative dishes and flavours which reinvent the wheel of contemporary cuisine with hyper-seasonal British produce. Seating up to six, the curved booth is fitted with a sleek turntable, allowing for a share-style meal. 

Address: 180 Strand, Temple, London WC2R 1EA

Bookings: Made here 


Nuno Mendes’ Fitzrovia flagship is a celebration of Lisbon food in all its many colours and flavours. The Adega dining room is located in the basement, opposite the wine cellar. With a home-style look and feel, it can seat up to twelve, making it perfect for an intimate affair over delicious dishes. 

Address: 30 Charlotte St., London W1T 2NG

Bookings: Made here 


Named after theatre agent Daphne Rye who opened the restaurant in 1964, this South Kensington institution can seat a generous 40 diners. With a retractable roof to let the sun stream in during summer and a roaring fire to keep the warmth in during winter, there is a reason this is a year-round favourite for many seeking a private dining experience. 

Address: 112 Draycott Ave, London SW3 3AE

Bookings: Made here 

The Northall at The Corinthia

Seating up to 18, the private dining room at The Corinthia is a masterclass in understated elegance. The  long table, adorned with a white tablecloth, floral arrangements and slender candlesticks is  picture-perfect for a special occasion. With a menu designed by Executive Chef André Garrett, begin your celebration with a Champagne reception before being seated for a decadent meal. 

Address: 10a Northumberland Ave, London WC2N 5AE

Bookings: Made here 

The Wolseley 

For an old-school dining experience, The Wolseley is known for charming groups of up to 15 with its elegant, art deco offering. Accessed via its own private staircase,  overlooking the main restaurant, this room boasts the perfect balance of privacy and immersion. Inspired by the grand café traditions of Europe, the menu has been designed by chef David Stevens with bookings available from breakfast through to dinner. 

Address: 160 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1J 9EB

Bookings: Made here 

MiMi Mei Fair

Enter the Peacock room through elegant timber screens, to discover hand-painted silk wallpaper, breathtaking murals and intricate furniture. Seating up to eight, you and your guests can enjoy the restaurant's decadent interiors while dining over high-end, modern Chinese fare. 

Address: 55 Curzon St, London W1J 8PG

Bookings: Made here 

The Midland Grand Dining Room

Plush velvet chairs, ornate chandeliers and high ceilings are just a few of the luxurious trappings synonymous with The Midland’s Grand Dining Room. Seating up to 14, chef Patrick Powell is in his element here, blending traditional French cuisine with a distinctively modern twist.

Address: St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, Euston Rd., London NW1 2AR

Bookings: Made here


Inspired by the grandiose houses found in Oaxaca, KOL’s private dining room allows you to indulge in a chef’s table experience for up to 20 guests. Overlooking its own dedicated kitchen kitchen, you can glance into the inner workings of the restaurant, as its chefs celebrate the vibrancy of Mexican cooking. 

Address: 9 Seymour St, London W1H 7BA

Bookings: Made here


With an abundance of photographic appeal, Mayfair’s Sketch has long been visited by social media aficionadas and interior design enthusiasts alike. Its private dining room has been named after suffragist Millicent Fawcett, who spoke about women’s enfranchisement on site back in 1869. Located in the venue’s Lecture Room & Library, this dining room seats up to eight and is incredibly luxurious in both look and feel, while paying tribute to one of the UK's big feminist heroes. 

Address: 9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG

Bookings: Made here

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