The best private dining rooms City of London has to offer.
Here at Headbox, we know that a great dinner party requires a few things: an outstanding venue, memorable food, delicious drinks and great service.
Get those right and you’ll have happy guests and a happy host! With that in mind we’ve put together our favourite private dining rooms City of London has to offer. Here are our top picks!
1. Magnum Room at Cabotte Restaurant
If you love wine but don’t love decision-making, Cabotte restaurant and wine bar may present you with a challenge. With over six hundred carefully curated bottles to choose from, you’ll be absolutely spoiled for choice!
Just five minutes from bank station and open from noon, it makes a wonderful day time meeting place with a French twist.
Alternatively, come back in the evening, where you can book the Magnum Room for your private dinner party. Able to accommodate up to 12 people, this is a great venue for private dining with wine lovers.
2. Grill Private Dining Room, M, Threadneedle
After opening in 2015, the modern styling of M on Threadneedle Street has accumulated a sterling reputation. Championing fine cuts of meat from around the world and boasting an award-winning sommelier, this stunning Space is one of the best private dining rooms the City of London has to offer.
From £500 a day, seating up to 26 people, the Grill Private Dining Room makes a mighty meeting place. There is something for everyone. If meat isn’t your preferred taste you can choose a from mouthwatering meat-free menu.
3. 1st Floor at Manicomio
Manicomio is a fancy dining room with flare in St. Pauls. The first floor can seat up to 60 Guests offering a great large private dining option. You can even choose your own set menu from their a la carte menu, creating the perfect bespoke event.
With a large range of tasty bites such as the Buttermilk chicken fritti or the Capocollo (cured pork neck) and fennel crostini, this is a sleek, classic private dining room in the city.
4. Helix and Iris at The Gherkin
Is there a more iconic building in London? Perhaps Big Ben or Parliament or Buckingham Palace? The Gherkin is certainly right up there, holding its place as a staple of the London skyline.
Dining within the Helix and Iris Room at the Gerkin makes for a perfect talking point. With vast views over London City and a diverse menu that extends well beyond the building’s bar snack namesake, this is undoubtedly one of London’s best private dining rooms.
5. Kuryakin at South Place Hotel
This swanky private dining room was named and themed after the famed fictional 1960s Russian spy, Illya Kuryakin. The perfect private space for plotting business plans in the City Centre, Kuryakin is not to be missed.
So there you have it, the best private dining rooms city of London has to offer. From restaurants with private rooms to Spaces rich with history, if you like these fancy dining rooms and swanky restaurants, take a look at our London private dining collection or our City of London private dining collection for more.
If you need a hand with finding the right Space for you, get in touch with our concierge team: email@example.com – they’d be happy to help!
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