If you’re looking for the best private dining rooms in London, LUXURY TRAVEL BUTLER has three delicious suggestions for you!
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, which holds 3 Michelin stars, is our first suggestion. The restaurant offers some superb selections of priving dining options, including the intimate Salon Prive and the Salon Park Lane. The view on Hyde Park is just great. Ideal with a group of friends (no more than 28).
Shall we mention our favourite one? That’s without any doubt ‘Table Lumiere’, a perfect spot for six guests.
The name of this room comes from the 4.500 shimmering fibre optics that drop from the ceiling. No wonder that this is one of the best private dining rooms in London.
Our second suggestion is at the London Hilton. Take the elevator to the 28th floor and enjoy the cuisine at restaurant ‘The Balcony’.
The floor-to-ceiling windows offer magnificent views across Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and London beyond.
The Balcony can seat up to seventeen guests on one private table. You can tailor your own menu based on the restaurant’s French inspired à la carte dining.
And our final suggestion is ‘The Chef’s Table’ at Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley.
The Chef’s table is a must for all who want an insight into how a two Michelin starred kitchen really operates.
The chefs involved in preparing each course will come to your table and personally offer a detailed explanation of every dish. And the price? Well, for eight persons, you will pay £840 for lunch and £1200 for dinner including your menu, champagne and canapés on arrival, coffee, tea and infusions, served with homemade chocolates. You may believe us, it’s worth the money! We can summarize this experience in just three words: luxurious, intimate, and exclusive!