Best Private Dining in London

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Elizabeth is the editorial coordinator of British Vogue

Wednesday 15 March 2017

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This old-school establishment is perfect for a landmark celebration. Groups can eat in a beautiful room designed in the Art Deco style and, in a modern twist, filled with an ever-changing collection of contemporary art curated by the Timothy Taylor Gallery and Sadie Coles HQ. Classic and timeless chic. 8-9 Blacklands Terrace, SW3



Casa Cruz

Casa Cruz is the latest darling of the restaurant scene. Bringing sexy Spanish-style flavours to the heart of Notting Hill, private dining here is a sumptuous and decadent affair. With atmospheric lighting and a colour palette of burnished bronze and green, a night at Casa Cruz promises fun and indulgence coupled with delicious Argentinian fare. 123 Clarendon Road, W11



The Five Fields

Tucked away in the heart of Chelsea, this little restaurant harks back to the time the area was known as The Five Fields. Decorated in a Georgian style with warm inviting hues of butter yellow and dove grey, the private Rocque Room has large bay windows overlooking the side streets of West London. Only seating ten people and adhering to a set menu of artisanal, seasonal produce, this is the perfect place for an intimate meal with your favourite people. 8-9 Blacklands Terrace, SW3




An elegant option for any private hire, Spring has mastered simple sophistication. Catering for groups of up to 36 people, parties can enjoy eating in the Salon - a luxury garden dining atrium with a conservatory ceiling. With fresh, minimal décor of black olive trees complimenting a menu of seasonal produce, this is a charming room where the bounty of nature is celebrated and admired. Somerset House, Lancaster Place, WC2R



Chiltern Firehouse

Since opening in 2014, Chiltern Firehouse has become a place to see and be seen - but when you need a break from peacocking and people-watching, tuck yourself away in a private room to truly appreciate the original interiors and Nuno Mendes’ fabulous cuisine. 1 Chiltern Street, W1U



Zetter Townhouse

A quirky choice for those who want amusement as they eat, Zetter Townhouse is decorated in the style of a mad aunt, known as Aunt Wilhemina. As you eat a delicious meal in the Regency Dining Room, keep an eye out for the stuffed kangaroo and vintage mismatching sculptures. With a range of rooms to hire, this is the ideal venue for larger parties of thirty or more. 28-30 Seymour Street, W1H




A sister restaurant to the Michelin-starred Clove Club, Luca recently opened in Clerkenwell to great acclaim. Focusing on using seasonal British produce in Italian-style dishes, this is a place to host a relaxed gastronomic feast. Choose from either the pasta room or the garden room, which both seat eight to ten people. 88 St John Street, EC1M



Sexy Fish

Maximalism is the name of the game at this renowned Mayfair haunt. The coral reef room can seat up to 48 people and boasts two of the largest live coral reef tanks in Europe. Featuring art from Damien Hirst and Frank Gehry, this private dining room is unashamedly bold in its extravagance - which somehow only makes you love it more.




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