Located in South Kensington, Margaux is a delightful French restaurant and wine bar, with stunning industrial revolution inspired design. The urban industrial feel is carried through to the private dining room, With its exposed brick walls, copper detailing and 1930s champagne riddling racks. With room for up to 18 in the private dining room, Executive Head chef Zsolt Ferenz creates tailored menus for private dining clients and provides expertly picked wine pairings to his creations.
The Eurocave that lines the wall of the Magnum room is stunning, although it is only a glimpse into the selection of over 600 wines they have on offer. Cabotte is a traditional french paradise in heart of the city. Depending on your party size, there are two private dining rooms on offer, the aforementioned Magnum room and the Jeroboam room. Seating up to 11 guests The Magnum room provides a unique chef’s table experience, with its plush velvet chairs and a window that looks in the kitchen pass. Slightly larger, with its beautiful abalone-esque walls, the Jeroboam seats up to 16 guests (and 40 standing). Private dining guests can choose a three course menu or canape menu, based on seasonal options from the Chef.
Bronze hog’s heads preside over this 16th century Tudor style dining room. Deep red velvet chairs surround a bespoke oval sapele and rosewood table. Overhead a dome like chandelier made of the largest piece of hand blown glass in Britain. Private diners can choose either a three of four course menu, featuring historically inspired dishes, complete with wine pairings. Dinner are also happy to make special arrangements such as birthday cakes or personalised printed menus on request. Seating up to 12 guests, this plush red dining room is the perfect place for a private dining experience with a twist.
The Pegasus Room, Selfridges
Gorgeous bevelled art deco mirrors line the walls of the private dining room situated at the back of the main restaurant in the Brasserie of Light. Aptly named after the eye catching Damien Hirst pegasus statue that takes centre stage in the restaurant, this gold and lemon themed room is the perfect place for a glamour filled private dinner. Offering up a mix of both british and internationally inspired dishes, the Pegasus Room seats up to 24 seated guests or 30 standing.
The Cage – Wright Brothers, Soho
Treat your guests to an extremely unique dining experience in Soho. Renowned for having some of the best oysters in London, this seafood restaurant offers up a spectacular semi-private dining experience from the comfort of a giant lobster cage. Situated on the lower ground floor of their soho based Victorian townhouse, the Cage is surrounded by an open kitchen, providing culinary theatre while you eat. The space holds up to 18 guests and there are a range of set menus to choose from.
The Stables, Riding House Cafe
This stable inspired private dining room is the perfect place for an inner city country retreat. Seating up to 16 guests, the stable is lined with wooden panels, comfy rodeo inspired armchairs and a few equestrian friends. Known for their award winning breakfast, the Riding House Cafe offers up delicious European cuisine with daring artistic design.