No matter if you are hosting a birthday party, a corporate event or anything else for that matter, the following venues are all perfect should you be in search of a private dining room in Central London.
Cinnamon Bazaar is the latest restaurant and cocktail bar in Vivek Singh’s popular range of Cinnamon branded venues. Found in the ever-popular Covent Garden area, it’s within easy walking distance of Charing Cross, Leicester Square and Embankment stations, making it a breeze to reach. The private dining room itself sits above the main restaurant, and accommodating just 12-30 people, it’s ideal should you want to host an event with a more personal touch.
The Hideout is the private dining room found on the 2nd floor at Brasserie Blanc Charlotte Street, a chic French-style venue located in the trendy area of Fitzrovia. With three floors in all however, there are plenty of options when it comes to choosing the space that is right for you, which include the conservatory area, often used to welcome guests and mingle over a glass of bubbly, and The Clubhouse, a casual, welcoming dining space that boasts a private bar.
Though exclusive hire is available at Les Deux Salons for receptions for as many as 230 people, there are various possibilities with regards to organising smaller gatherings as well, with several private dining facilities on the first floor that can cater to anywhere between four and thirty guests, as well as raised areas and alcoves suitable for group bookings. There is a sophisticated, understated elegance to the décor, whilst the building itself sits in a prime location just off Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden.
Found on the Fleet Street end of Chancery Lane, Brasserie Blanc has booth seating that provides an instant feeling of private dining, even whilst within the bustle of the main restaurant space. There is however and additional private room which can indeed be booked out for a greater sense of intimacy. The venue’s situation keeps it well within the buzz of the city, which combined with its stylish finish makes it a particularly great choice for business lunches and corporate receptions.
The second Hakkasan restaurant to open in London, this Mayfair branch continues to serve the delicious modern Cantonese cuisine that helped make the first one so popular. The beautifully appointed dining spaces across the two floors offer a total capacity of 300. Less than a year after it opened in 2010, it was awarded a Michelin star, an honour it has retained ever since, meaning you can rest assured that the quality of the food and the service is amongst the very best.