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The 10 private luxury dining room in London you deserve to know

Looking for a private luxury dining room in London for your next party? From large functions to intimate dinners, there are a whole host of small and large private dining rooms, perfect for any occasion you’re planning. Take a look at Restaurant Interior Design selection of the best, choose your favorite, then you’ve with you a spoil alert to share with your closest friends.

London private dining rooms

The Ivy, Covent Garden

You might know this one as “One of the best Covent Garden restaurants”, or even as “One of the best London restaurants”…Martin Brudnizki who is the interiors guru of Soho style,  did a tremendous and fabulously opulent work, with 19th century industrial age floors, illustrated in the mosaic tiles, antique brass chandeliers, and paintwork. For the bar furniture decor, the marble table tops with hues of green all over the place act like a theatrical centerpiece for the restaurant decoration.

Martin Brudnizki restaurant ideas

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Bob Bob Ricard, Soho

It seems everyone wants a trip on the Orient Express at this moment! To come across to an oriental restaurant look in London isn’t hard, but one that describes the perfection of how the restaurant interior design look should be…Bob Bob Ricard must be your option numero uno. World awarded designer David Collins presents a vision of flamboyant indulgence in ‘The Bobs’ private dining room. His pink uniformed waiters and buttons to ‘press for champagne’ are accompanied by classic English and Russian luxury cuisine. The restaurant interior color scheme combines art, history and fashion worlds with its clash and vibrant colors.

London private dining rooms

Sexy Fish, Mayfair

The pan-Asian seafood cuisine on offer at the Martin Brudnizki-designed Sexy Fish is extravagant, theatrical and luxurious. With decorative features from celebrated contemporary artists including Frank Gehry and Damien Hirst, the private Coral Reef Room on the lower floor features two of the world’s largest live coral reef tanks. Plush and opulent, the exclusive Coral Reef Room seats up to 48 guests.

London best restaurants - Sexy Fish by Martin Brudnizki

Percy & Founders, Fitzrovia

Named after the Duke of Northumberland, Hugh Percy, the Percy & Founders all-day bar and restaurant has recently launched Percy’s Den. A private dining room of supreme style and grace, Percy’s Den is catered for by Executive Chef Diego Cardoso, the former head chef of Angela Hartnett’s Michelin-starred Murano.

Percy Founders private dining room London

Set within the new Fitzroy Place development in Fitzrovia, the all-day diner is a nostalgic mix of bespoke joinery, burnished brass and wood paneling anchored by a 16-piece Hockney original, the 1960 ‘A Rake’s Progress’. Past the open kitchen and down a terrazzo tiled staircase is Percy’s Den, a recently opened private dining room whose décor reminds one of the Mad Hatter’s bolt-hole.

Gymkhana, Mayfair 

This Indian restaurant in Mayfair was awarded a Michelin star within a year of opening. It has two private dining vaults which can accommodate parties of nine or 14. Designed by award-winning restaurant designers, B3 Designers, its restaurant interior design takes inspiration from the Colonial Indian gymkhana clubs, set up by the British Raj, where members of high society came to socialize and play sports.

London private dining rooms - Gymkhana

B3 Designers created the interior with a strong mix of Indian and British cultural and design references. Featuring dark, stained oak flooring, high ceiling fans hung from a dark lacquered oak ceiling, low-cut glass wall lamps from Jaipur and hunting trophies from the Maharaja…

SEE ALSO: Restaurant decor ideas – Le Flandrin, a modern revamp by Joseph Dirand

 

China Tang at The Dorchester, Mayfair

Located in the iconic London hotel, the restaurant is a popular celebrity hang-out and attracts diners from across the country. Beautifully decorated in Shanghai 1930’s art deco style, this restaurant offers authentic, the opulent interior and hand-picked collection of traditional and contemporary Chinese art on display, making a visit to China Tang a fantastic journey to not miss!

China Tang at The Dorchester, Mayfair

Texture, Marylebone

Renowned Icelandic chef Aggi Sverrisson, known for his exquisite and eco-friendly use of Icelandic favorites such as lamb, cod, langoustines, and skyr, steers this Michelin-starred restaurant. Delicately prepared European cuisine with Sverrison’s signature Scandinavian influence is on offer in the elegant private dining room for parties of up to 16. The room – dubbed Tolli – is named after the Icelandic artist whose visionary work appoints the restaurant. Rounding off the exclusive and supremely stylish dining experience in the Tolli room is a private wine tasting that will be individually tailored to your dining options.

Best London private dining rooms, Texture

Trishna, Marylebone

Like Gymkhana, the interior has been created by B3 Designers, which has retained Trishna’s pared-back aesthetic while adding touches of grown-up luxury. The walls have taken on pale blue reclaimed timber paneling, and are studded with bronze wall sconces. Solid oak dining tables are lit by antique brass pendant lights suspended above. An antique mirror feature has been installed adjacent to the marble-topped bar at the back of the ground floor, providing an impressive backdrop to a new grey velvet banquette. Trishna’s private dining room, enclosed within the restaurant’s wine cellar, offers a more intimate experience, and can comfortably accommodate 12 seated guests.

London best private dining rooms, Trishna at Marylebone

Daphne’s, South Kensington

This royally luxurious restaurant is named after the woman who discovered Richard Burton – theatre agent Daphne Rye. She opened the establishment in 1964 and it is the definition of mid-century decadence and British high-style. The private dining experience at Daphne’s seats up to 40 guests or 50 standing in its conservatory. Once again, Martin Brudnizki gave the interiors a glamorous makeover with an Italian-inspired palette, oversize antique mirrors, and European modern art. Murano-glass chandeliers from the 50’s hang above colorful marble tables, while caned side chairs with yellow leather seats provide a cheery pop.

Martin Brudnizki restaurants - Daphne private dining room

Dehesa, Soho

Seating up to 13 and offering world-class Italian and Spanish tapas and wine, the smoky and intimate Dehesa private dining room feels as indulgent as it does an exclusive. The room’s black walls are lightened by a sparkling frieze featuring a Bacchanalian-style white procession of figures swinging from chandeliers and generally enjoying themselves. The velvet curtains add to the feeling of intimacy and ensure complete privacy, although the room’s entrance is down the stairs located in the main restaurant. A striking Venetian blown glass chandelier adds to the feeling of illicit decadence, as does the silver mirror and ceiling. With an L-shaped brown leather banquette forming half of the oblong seating, the room can fit up to 13 guests.

Dehesa London private dining room

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