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May 23, 2023

25 thrilling private dining rooms in London

For many years the London dining scene was a bit of a world joke. Over the channel, from continental shores, contemptful noises could be heard. "Rosbif," they denigrated us, mocking our tendency to boil, can, slather and, yes, roast. They saw the great white cliffs as a kill zone, an underseasoned quagmire of fallen flavours, textures and smells.

Well, who's laughing now? London has transformed itself into one of the undisputed culinary centres of the globe. A true mixing pot of worldwide techniques, with each day promising a new romp through fields of flavour. Even better, you can separate yourself from the masses with a private dining room – eating without fear of judgement. Here are some of our top private dining experiences in London.

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1. Dine privately like your'e eating in the Algarve: Casa Do Frango


Labelled by one critic as the best chicken and chips in town, this Heddon Street spot takes its inspiration from Southern Portugal.

Casa Do Frango’s vaulted ceilings and natural windows fill the open space with natural light as their signature Frango Piri-piri sizzles over wood charcoal.

Two intimate private dining rooms are available for up to 14 guests or 28 when the rooms are combined. After guests can head to The Green Room, Casa’s speakeasy-style underground bar serving classic cocktails.

Head here for a Portuguese feast with all the warmth and hospitality of the Algarve, in London.

2. Private dining, drinks and dancing?: The Cross 2.0

Kings Cross

Bringing back the 90s nightlife of the iconic Cross nightclub, this venue sits just a stone's throw from the original Kings Cross location.

Offering six floors, The Cross 2.0 is a space to drink, dance and dine. With multiple bars and restaurants, there is something for everyone.

The cosy barn has seating for 30 for an intimate private dining experience. It is also AV equipped for any presentation needs. The Wild restaurant offers a flexible layout for a larger group to cater to your private event. Mediterranean dishes are served throughout the venue and with sharing plates for up to 10 people you can guarantee a night of good food and conversation.

After, head down to the basement club. A nostalgic ode to its origins, this space has exposed brick echoing the famous railway arches and a range of weekly DJs. If this isn't for you, enjoy panoramic views of the city as you sip a cocktail on the roof terrace.

3. A glizty private dining venue with a Japanese twist: Rika Moon

Notting Hill

Combining the subtlety of Japanese cuisine with locally sourced ingredients, Rika Moon is glitzy with a relaxed atmosphere.

It's on the prestigious Kensington Park Road just meters down from Clare Smyths 'Core' and offers an innovative menu. Dishes such as Chilian Seabass and Wagyu Tataki are avalible alongside sashimi, nigiri and miso black cod.

For the most intimate of private dining, a space for just two people is exclusive and cosy.

The cocktails are innovative and an ode to Japanese flavours. How about a Kinoko Negroni with black truffle and shiitake-infused gin or a sesame Old Fashioned? And of course, a range of Japanese whiskeys, wines and other tipples are available.

And finally, to accompany those drinks, the loo has a button labelled disco so you can have your own miniature bathroom rave.

4. Dining with authentic Italian cuisine: Cantina Del Ponte

Tower Bridge

Located near Tower Bridge, this Italian trattoria offers an intimate setting for guests to savour an authentic menu. Cantina Del Ponte specialises in homemade pasta and bread, expertly prepared by knowledgeable cooks.

The interior plays on its roots with terracotta floor tiles and a large mural depicting an Italian marketplace. Its full-length doors seamlessly merge the interior with the outside, where guests can find a leafy terrace that offers views of Tower Bridge.

Private dining is available from 10-45 guests depending on party size. Additionally, try activities such as pizza making for a memorable and educational experience.

Head to this spot for a corner of Italian sunshine.

5. Dine in a historic spot privately: Browns Covent Garden

Covent Garden

For a historic venue, head to the heart of The West End to Browns, Covent Garden. The Barristers Court is Browns’ high-ceilinged space ideal for an event to impress. It was formally the Westminster Barrister’s courtroom and even has the original Judges bench.

The space is naturally lit and has a 60 or 48-seated capacity. The menu is customisable so whether you want a buffet, a five-course meal or drinks with canapés, Browns is at your service. A large range of drinks is also available alongside a team to aid your event and can even book entertainment.

For an opulent event housed in a Grade II listed building, this is the one.

6. Feast like it's the enlightenment: 1 Lombard Street's 1776

Bank, London

Embracing the ethos of 'laid-back luxury', 1 Lombard Street's 1776 room brings modern English and European cooking to a bright and airy setting that cannot fail to impress.

The location itself is worth writing home about. Pitched up next to Mansion House (the official residence of the Lord Mayor), 1 Lombard Street is at the locus of Palladian London. Fittingly, the exterior is all-washed white stone, with a tasteful adornment of flora – making it an immediately recognisable (and instagrammable) spot.

For your food, you can expect beautifully marbled steaks, wild garlic risotto and much, much more. Washed down with a completely made dessert cocktail and the worry you have is pulling yourself away back into the London dusk.

7. Private dine in London's modern India Bistro: Farzi Cafe

Piccadilly Circus, London

Farzi Cafe's 10-person ground-floor private dining room is a masterclass in a cosy, well-designed space. The emerald walls and long dining table create an aura of calm in which to enjoy some truly excellent food.

Speaking of: at Farzi you can expect modern Indian Bistro food executed to the highest standard, with playful twists. On the plate, this translates to classic dishes like lamp chops, spiced with harissa lime butter, or more fusion-leaning options such as the delightful butter chicken bao.

It's a truly great shout for those wanting an impressive private dining experience and is about as well connected as any venue in London.

8. A private dining room for meat lovers: Paternoster Chop House

St Paul's, London

The chop house holds a hallowed place in the culinary history of London. From the 18th Century, London's more affluent diners often dined themselves into a stupor, feasting on various game, poultry and beef that would, presumably, have worked its way throughout the city from the butcher mecca of Smithfields.

Whilst many things have changed in London, particularly within the food scene, Paternoster have decided to cast their ravenous gaze backwards, towards this dining tradition. Bringing hearty, meat-centric dishes to a canteen-style space in the heart of the City, Paternoster combine local ingredients with traditional techniques, culminating in a lot of delicious food.

If you want a bit of privacy whilst you go absolutely feral on a hulking bit of meat (no judgement here), you can opt for an exclusive hire of the venue – you can even invite 230 pals. Just make sure they eat meat.

9. Dine privately like a ships captain: The Admiralty

Trafalgar Square

Enter this venue and step back in time to The Battle of Trafalgar. With its interiors inspired by HMS Victory, this pub certainly tells a story. The Admiralty is newly reopened after a devastating fire last year. It is back after a refurbishment with a new lease on life.

The pub serves Fuller’s famous real ales alongside a range of lagers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. This buzzing pub specialises in homemade pies. Try a range of fillings in shortcrust, accompanied by a hearty plate of mash and gravy.

For an intimate experience, hire The Admiral’s Cabin, the most coveted area of the establishment. With seating for 14, this opulent dining space offers its own bespoke menu option, tailored to your event.

So whether you want corks popped or pints pulled, head towards Nelsons column.

10. Throw caution to the wind and hire out an entire restaurant: German Gymnasium

King's Cross, London

Let's get the grand claim out of the way, first: in 2016 German Gymnasium was voted the “Most Beautiful Restaurant in the World”. You can believe it, too; the multi-floor, Grade II listed building balances an imposing facade with a stunning, airy interior offset by hanging foliage and well-chosen furniture.

You cannot eat aesthetics, though (as far as we know). Fortunately, the food is also top-notch. Expect lesser-known aspects of German cuisine, with a seasonal menu that celebrates the best of available produce.

Grand versatility is the name of the game here. German Gymnasium can cater to pretty much any large-scale dining event (topping out at a 500-person capacity). From a celebratory dinner dance, corporate standing reception, Bar/Bat Mitzvah or a business breakfast.

11. A beautiful bistro in London with private dining: Kitty Fishers

Green Park, London

Taking its name from a famous London Courtesan, Kitty Fisher's is an intimate and unpretentious bistro lodged between Hyde and Green park. The main restaurant is cosy, with room for 30 diners, and delightfully plays into its bistro roots with old-fashioned awning, plush button-backed booths and moody candle lighting.

You can expect to eat well, with the menu leaning towards unfussy classics, with those cooked on the wood grill standing out especially. Both cocktails and old-world wines are well represented, with the delightful Bad Kitty being a celebratory mix of sloe gin, elderflower, lemon & Cava. they also have a surprisingly decent whiskey selection for those wanting something with a bit more heft.

12. Smart private dining with people watching: The Parcel Yard

Kings Cross

Nestled inside Kings Cross Station is The Parcel Yard, a popular Fullers gastropub. This Grade I listed building offers a unique location for guests to enjoy the nooks and crannies of the architecture.

With multiple seating areas available, choose between an enclosed terrace or looking over the buzzing station. Who knows, you might even spot the Hogwarts Express leaving platform 9 ¾.

For an intimate dining experience, The Boardroom is a private room for those smaller events. With seating for 12, this cosy space will impress your guests away from the bustle of the station. Enjoy Fuller's famous ale alongside a range of beer, wine and artisan soft drinks.

With a menu full of British classics, The Parcel Yard offers a first-class dining experience.

13. Bringing the best of South East Asia to South London: Sticky Mango

Waterloo, London

Sticky Mango are not playing around when it comes to bringing big, flavourful dishes to the table. Head Chef Peter Lloyd has created menus that draw on the ingredients and techniques of South East Asia, without diluting the experiences into something too homogenous.

This means you'll see dishes like Monkfish in a Malaysian chilli sauce served with Bok Choi and a garnish of apple blossom. It really is a beautiful way to eat delicious fish. Other highlights include the truffle egg fried rice and the titular Sticky Mango dessert (black rice, perfectly ripe mango and coconut cream).

If you can drag your eyes away from the beautifully constructed plates of food, you'll find the building to be a beautifully decorated warren of rooms split across three floors. Cherry-pink flowers tumble from the ceiling of the striking Blossom Tree Room, which can hold up to 50 seated or 60 standing. The light windows, mirrored walls and blossom tree mean you'll be bathed in an aesthetic glow whilst eating. Who wouldn't want that?

14. London's mozzarella bar: Obicà St Paul's

St Paul's, London

Few things get us excited like fresh mozzarella. What if, and trust us here, there was a bar dedicated to the stretchy, rich cheese? Well, there is.

The internationally distributed Obicà group have brought their focused approach to quality Italian food to London's cathedral district, with deli-style food joining pizza, pasta and salads on the menu. The draw, though, is of course the Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP, and we fully suggest you go for the Mozzarella Bar Experience as a minimum – trust us.

Obicà St. Paul's is set up for private and corporate events, offering dinners and cocktail receptions, meetings and birthday parties for small and large groups.

15. Pizza express, this is not: Piazza Italiana

Liverpool Street, London

Liverpool Street is known for many things: city workers in suits, drunk Essex daytrippers, and pubs without enough inside seating. And now? Italian food.

Piazza Italiana brings a distinctly Sicilian menu to the stunning backdrop of 38 Threadneedle Street. we are not being superlative here, the building is a Grade-II listed old bank that has been updated with a sophisticated dining room feel. The vast ceilings and marble fittings lend an air of true luxury to your meal, with 350 guests being able to enjoy a private dining experience.

Speaking of, the food and drink have been thoroughly thought out. Seasonal ingredients underpin a classic roster of pasta, seafood and meat, with heavy hitters like braise veal shank competing with the decor for your wandering eye. Whilst the cocktails are good enough to justify a flying visit (particularly their take on the old-fashioned), with the food you'll want to ask for a recommended wine pairing; the Piedmont and Tuscany regions feature heavily, and both red and white are well represented.

16. Elevated British comfort food in London: Cora Pearl

Covent Garden, London

Situated on Henrietta Street, at the southern limit of Covent Garden, Cora Pearl is a bright a beautiful eatery that emphasises cooking British comfort food to a restaurant standard.

Expect the menu to feature classic British ingredients (Angus sirloin & horseradish cream accompanies apple & blackberry crumble, for that homely hit of comfort eating). A stand-out dish has to be the delightful combination of Cod's roe on crumpets, it's it the perfect mix of humility and indulgence, exactly what breakfast is about.

You'll most likely agree when we say that dining does not exclude drinking, fortunately, Cora Pearl has put thought into their drinks; expect lots of gin-based mixes, like the refreshing Chaine d'Or, a blend of Beefeater Gin, Yellow Chartreuse, LN Mattei Quinquina and lemon.

Of course, private dining is available with downstairs and upstairs catering to a combined crowd of 50. The vibe is a tasteful revamp of a handsome Georgian townhouse, and you'll be left appreciating both the food and aesthetics.

17. The private dining room with a spectacular view: Vinoly Room

Monument, City of London

Atop the Walkie Talkie's Sky Garden, in the heart of the City of London, the elegant Vinoly Room sits within the Fenchurch Restaurant and hosts up to 16 guests.

The contemporary British menu, from head chef Michael Carr, is well-regarded: think turbot, guinea fowl, beef tartare, lobster and scallop, with a select few veggie-friendly options. With a main course at around £40 and starters at £20, this is one for the expense account.

18. The private dining room for high-steaks meetings: Cooks Room at Hawksmoor Borough

Borough, London

From sky-high-dining to down-and-delicious: head beneath the Borough outpost of the acclaimed Hawksmoor steakhouse mini-chain to host a feast in the Cooks Room. Uniquely, you'll be alongside an open-plan kitchen so your guests (up to 18 of them) can bask in the sizzle and scents of the preparation process. And although you're welcome to order from Hawksmoor's standard menu, hire of the Cooks' Room offers a one-off opportunity to order the 'Beef Feasting menu', which they describe as the 'ultimate' in Hawksmoor cooking.

You'll find roast oysters, 35-day dry-aged prime rib, Black Forest baked Alaska and more on this belt-loosening culinary adventure: missing it surely would be a terrible miss-steak.

19. The private dining room to cure the blues: Quo Vadis' Blue Room

Quo Vadis might be a private members club, but their private dining rooms are available on select dates, and we're particularly taken with the soothing, sapphire decor of the Blue Room. Seating up to a dozen diners, there's a traditional English menu of seasonal ingredients, and a special 'working lunch' menu if you're looking for something a little lighter: gourmet sandwiches, smoked salmon, almond tarts and the like.

Larger parties (of up to 32) can instead dine in the adjacent Marx Room.

20. The private dining room for cheese lovers: Orrery

Marylebone, London

Or rery? Oui, really! This fine French restaurant in London's Marylebone offers a 16-person private dining room fit for any occasion spéciale. Enjoy elegant cooking from head chef Igor Tymchyschyn – such as a risotto of Jerusalem artichoke, a halibut ceviche or veal ossobuco – a mere stone's throw from Regents Park.

An extensive wine list (with some truly indulgent selections across the 22 pages) and a legendary cheese trolley round out the Orrery's seductive offer.

21. The private dining room for a pizza party: The Oak

Notting Hill, west London

For a more relaxed private dining experience, head west to The Oak in the heart of Notting Hill. This gorgeous pub room can entertain groups of up to 20 in their first-floor private dining room.

Hosts are invited to shortlist a menu in advance, offering guests on-the-day choices between three possible options. You might opt for some of their classic Italian dishes – ragu, linguine, risotto and tagliata – or, for a laid–back pass-the-slice occasion, a selection of gourmet pizzas. The cocktail menu, courtesy of the adjoining bar (which can also be hired for mingling-style receptions for 55 pax) is packed full of classics and some inventive homegrown twists.

22. The private dining room for an authentic Chinese fine dining experience : Salon Noir, Park Chinois

Mayfair, London

Salon Noir at Park Chinois offers an authentic Chinese fine-dining experience right in the heart of London.

The private dining room, which seats 9, is lit up by a magnificent Baccarat Chandelier. A gleaming Makassar Ebony table occupies the centre of the room and the white Carrara marble fireplace completes the look. You can hire the space for yourself and your luckiest friends.

The Duck de Chine is a great way to start the three-course meal. Stir-fried pak choi to follow and finally, be surprised by dessert specially picked by the pastry chef.

23. The private dining room for an authentic Greek experience: Meraki Restaurant

Fitzrovia, London

Transport yourself into the sunny Greek Islands at the Meraki Restaurant. With floor-to-ceiling windows offering ample natural light, wooden flooring, and rustic brick walls, you’ll feel like you’re sitting in a traditional Greek taverna. The space is big enough to accommodate 135 guests so bring as many hungry friends as you can.

As you’d expect, the food here is top-notch. The modern Mediterranean menu uses the finest, freshest, and most authentic ingredients to create meze dishes brimming with love from Greece. Sit at the counter if you want to watch the expert chefs prepare your meal.

24. The name’s Ramsay… Gordon Ramsay: Bread Street Kitchen

St Paul's, London

One of the first chefs that come to mind when thinking about the best in Britain is Gordon Ramsay. Bread Street Kitchen is part of the renowned Gordon Ramsay restaurant group that offers a sophisticated and stylish space for hosting private events and special occasions. For those looking for exclusive hire, up to 600 guests can be accommodated.

The restaurant boasts an open kitchen, immersed in a modern and chic decor that blends industrial elements with sleek and contemporary touches. A sense of elegance flows throughout the air.

Tuck into the highest quality of English classics made with the finest homegrown seasonal produce. From a full English breakfast to the Beef Wellington, enjoy a proper scrumptious meal.

25. The private dining room with art and music: Bantof

Soho, London

Ambrosial, piquant, sapid… I don’t know what these words mean, but they are rather fitting for the food this restaurant has to offer. Created by Michelin chef Asimakis Chaniotis, Bantof combines the quirkiness of old Soho with delicious food and a creative art and music experience. Guests will feel a sense of cosiness and intimacy in the restaurant’s warm ambience, ideal for corporate events.

The menu features several signature dishes that can be enjoyed via tasting plates. Meanwhile, the cocktail menu is designed with exciting twists on the classics. So sit back, eat, drink, and enjoy.

26. Private dining on the River Thames: Woods Quay


Moored on the River Thames, Woods Quay is an award-winning floating establishment located between Cleopatra’s Needle and Waterloo Bridge. Woods Quay is the newest addition to the Woods’ Silver Fleet collection and provides panoramic riverside views from the Houses of Parliament all the way to Southbank.

Woods Quay offers private dining room spaces for small to large events where you and your guests can indulge in fine dishes and cocktails. With a capacity for 56 guests, the East Wing tasting room and bar offer an intimate atmosphere where guests can interact with the head chefs while they prepare Michelin-standard plates.

On the other end, you can privately hire the West Wing bar for up to 90 guests. This space includes a wraparound outside deck and a well-stocked bar serving delicious cocktails and spirits. What better way to celebrate, than with a private dinner on the River Thames?

27. A cosy, private dining experience: The Laslett


Spread across five Victorian Townhouses, the Laslett is a boutique hotel situated in the iconic Notting Hill.

Along with rooms and suites, the Laslett offers a quaint private dining room called The Henderson – perfect for an intimate dinner for 20 guests. The room is adorned with multi-coloured chairs, beautiful art, and pink walls. In addition to its artsy interior design, the menu offers delicious Mediterranean small plates, a popular dish is the roast aubergine with coconut yoghurt and harissa. There’s also a wide selection of wines and cocktails – which are sure to please every guest.

28. A private dining venue that brings the outside in: Bourne and Hollingsworth (Restaurant)


Step into the Bourne and Hollingsworth restaurant and you’ll find yourself immersed in a verdant space of greenery. Covering a blank canvas, the flourishing plants, floral chairs, and garden furniture makes for a calming, charming presence.

The restaurant uses the freshest local and seasonal British produce to serve you a colourful plate full of flavours. Whether you try the purple sprouting broccoli or the roast cod, you’ll have a nice private diving experience no matter what.

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How to hire the best private dining rooms in London

Planning a private dining event in London? We all love a busy restaurant – the atmosphere and buzz of London’s dining venues contribute to the capital’s well-earned reputation as a global foodie powerhouse. That said, sometimes the party or dinner requires a bit more privacy. Fear not, the best of London’s restaurants offer intimate and private dining rooms alongside their more public spaces. Let this guide ease you through the process and get you one step closer to that perfect first bite.

What kind of private dining experience are you looking for?

There are a lot of options out there and, to be honest, it can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. No one wants to spend their free time scrolling endlessly through venue after venue, desperately trying to make a decision based on a thumb-sized photo of some canapés. To make the most of your time it’s worth having an idea of what kind of food you’re looking for in your private dining event. Do you want to put on a full gourmet spread to impress at your corporate lunch? Or are you and your friends looking for a private space to have a few drinks, a quick bite to eat and… a few more drinks?

It’s important to discover any dietary restrictions and convey them to the venue as soon as possible. Or, alternatively, let us know any allergies or preferences you have and we’ll ensure only relevant venues reach out to host your private dining event.

Top tip: It’s also worth considering some of the less traditional private dining options. London is host to a wealth of food venues that let you take part in the cooking process. How does tossing your own pizza dough sound? How about making pasta from scratch? There are lots of venues that get you involved in the cooking process and don’t worry - you won’t have to wash up after.

Know your budget

The key to planning a successful private dining room is budgeting well. No one likes nasty surprises at the end of a good meal so make sure you know your upper spend limit before you order that last helping of profiteroles. A budget should be allocated per person – this gives you maximum control over both the overall cost and the implications of that for each guest. HeadBox will do all the calculations for you and make sure everything stays within your set budget.

Location, location, location

London is a sprawling city, with each area having its own distinctive feel and character. Consider this when searching for a venue – luxury, high-end venues will tend to be in the central areas of London, whereas the boroughs might be more appropriate for a big, easy private dining room that won’t break the bank. Transport is also key. If alcohol is going to be involved then you’ll want to be in easy reach of public transport or, for the super organised, book your taxis before to guarantee a swift arrival and departure.

Make sure you set the agenda

This is your private dining event – you should set the criteria for the venues to meet. Want an outside area? Natural light flooding the room? Have a preference on seating style? Tell us exactly what private dining experience you want, where you want it, and when you want it. We’ll do the rest.

Frequently asked questions

A private dining experience is simply where a restaurant or food venue provides you with your own secluded space to enjoy without the bustle of the larger restaurant. Whether it’s a private dining room or your own private dining hall, the option allows you to enjoy restaurant standard food alongside the privacy you might expect at home.

The best private dining rooms in London will be the ones that fulfil the criteria you set out. With this in mind we’ve listed a few that cater to common private dining specifications:

SushiSamba Lounge – Located within walking distance of Liverpool Street, SushiSamba allows you to make exclusive use of the 39th floor – giving you unparalleled views over the city of London whilst you consume your body weight in delicious sushi.

Daphne’s, The Conservatory is a West London staple. Offering an array of Venetian-inspired foods, Daphne’s is a charming all-season venue that really feels part of the neighbourhood. They also allow dogs, as if you need any other reason to book.

Boundary Rooftop – Moving eastwards towards Shoreditch lays the sublime Boundary Rooftop. Come rain or shine this breathtaking dining area allows you to make your private event extra special.

Prices of private dining rooms vary according to location, restaurant type and the size of your party. Per person, the price range tends to be between £50 and £200. It’s worth noting that a lot of venues will set a minimum spend (either overall cost or per person). Set your budget before you enquire to make sure you’re only hearing from the relevant dining venues.

There are lots of ways to book a London private dining room. You can do the old-fashioned thing and pick up the phone, or email the venue directly. Unfortunately, lots of venues are busy and may not get back to you in time. That's where we come in. Give us your enquiry and we'll reach out to the best private dining rooms in London and let you enjoy your free time. Easy.

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