22 "Private Dining" restaurants in London.
At some point in your life, you will inevitably be asked to plan your sister’s bridal shower, office holiday party, or some other milestone celebration that requires a private dining room. Here are some great places to plan a private party for your group of 10 to 100.
An old school seafood spot in St James's with a whole lot of history, Wiltons is a real class act.
A slick Japanese restaurant in St James’s, Sake No Hana is perfect for impressive business meals and special occasion situations.
Hide is a huge, fancy, three-story fine dining restaurant in Mayfair, serving some truly excellent food morning to night.
A luxury St James’s spot with plenty of velvet, Wild Honey serves great seasonal dishes at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Mere functions on absolute precision. It might not leave much room for laughs, but the food at this Fitzrovia spot is worth getting organised for.
Lost Boys in Camden is the kind of casual pizza joint that makes you think you can get on board with a vampire themed menu afterall.
Radici is a big restaurant serving Italian classics, and while it might not be the most exciting spot in Islington, it’s one of the most useful.
St. John in Clerkenwell is a special place. It’s often referred to as an institution. And having a meal here is one of the best things you can do.
Barrafina is London tapas royalty. And although we wouldn’t class their King’s Cross spot as legendary, there’s still good food to be had.
Pollen Street Social is an excellent fine dining spot in Mayfair, but it feels like the kind of restaurant you want to go to all the time.
Brigadiers is a very good and very fun Indian restaurant near Bank in the City, specialising in barbecued meats.
Ruya is a huge restaurant in Mayfair, specialising in refined and nice tasting Anatolian dishes.
Murano is a particularly classy, but ever so slightly boring restaurant in Mayfair, serving Italian food.
If you want to know where to find the best Italian food in Soho is, it’s at Bocca di Lupo.