Have a Look at London’s Most Spectacular Private Dining Rooms – Who wouldn’t love to dine in a dreamy dining room? Now picture that same dining room in London. Can it get any better? Oh yeah, you haven’t even seen one bit. In this article, CovetED Magazine will show you London’s Most Spectacular Private Dining Rooms. So you can go ahead and book your passage to London because that’s all you’re going to want after you went through this article.
At the moment, almost every London-based restaurant has its own private dining room. As it starts to get more and more common, some may think that the exclusivity of a private dining room is gone. Well, not necessarily. These are some of London’s most spectacular and exclusive private dining rooms, and if you think that they’re not exclusive enough for you, try and check their waiting list. In these, every meal will feel like a special occasion, so, they’re not only good for that fancy Christmas dinner you’re arranging.
Table Lumière, Alain Ducasse
Despite, on the outside, looking like a cheeky shower curtain, on the inside, the guest are cocooned in the middle of 4 500 fibre optic cables. And if that’s not amazing enough, every guest may choose their own table settings of Puiforcat cutlery, Saint-Louis Crystal and Hermès’s China. It’s absolutely dazzling.
Think of this as a cooking masterclass with a world-class chef. In this cosy 8-seated dining room, interaction with the chef is encouraged. The dishes are cooked in front of the guests and, in addition to having the meal of their lives, they go home with some incredible cooking tips!
Bob Bob Ricard
If you fancy the Murder on the Orient Express, then this is just the room for you. The Bob Bob Ricard private dining room is modelled on the Royal Carriage of the infamous train, full of sapphire-blue drapes and textured wallpaper. And the best part? The ”press for Champagne” button. It’s marvellously even more decadent than the real Orient Express.
With a client repertoire of tremendous fashion influences, such as the Beckhams, Natalie Massenet and Sabine Getty, dining in the restaurant’s private room might feel like eating inside an incredibly stylish bank vault. You can also have your pre and post dinner drinks on the restaurant’s terrace.
The Chef’s Table, City Social
Chef’s tables are quite exclusive these days. And this one might be the most exclusive one in London. It not only has a view into the kitchen, where the magic happens but also over the Square Mile, where the Masters and Mistresses of the city can gaze upon London while the soufflé rises right by their side.
With limestone walls emulating a Cistercian crypt, the L’Anima focuses the attention firmly on the plates. Oenophiles, though, should book their reservation to the restaurant’s wine cellar, where they can eat a la carte surrounded by treasures from Antinori and Ornellaia.
The Coral Reef Room at Sexy Fish
If at the moment you’re not able to fly to, let’s say, the Maldives or Dubai, to enjoy a meal underwater, then the London’s Sexy Fish is the answer. Seats covered in blue leather and two of the world’s largest coral reef tanks containing 300 fish sets the underwater world mood beautifully.
The William Kent Room at The Ritz
The gold-inlaid ceiling candelabras and rich Renaissance-inspired furnishings will make you feel like a king. The lavish private dining room is housed in the William Kent House, a Georgian mansion adjoining the hotel, with sylvan views across Green Park.
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