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January 23, 2020

Exclusive Dining in London

The last few years have seen London make a name for itself as a top fine dining destination globally. Whether you are in search of private dining London at restaurants with a view or are looking for a one-of-a-kind dining experience, you can rest easy knowing that the city has exactly what you need.

International and leading chefs from Britain have all flocked to the city in an attempt to leave a mark on the fine dining London scene. It’s a scene that has been growing steadily for the past few years and has today become vibrant, and welcoming to residents and tourists alike.

Due to the growth experienced in the past decade, the cuisine available in London is as cosmopolitan as you would expect of a top travel destination. From trendy takes on street food, to homemade comfort food, and foreign cuisines, there’s something to help stimulate your appetite.

Fine dining in London is characterized by a complete top service, magnificent and grandiose interiors, and haute cuisine in all the leading restaurants in the city. The following is a look at fine dining London options

Luca, Clerkenwell

Luca, Clerkenwell is a sister restaurant to Clove Club, the Michelin-starred dining facility. It mainly deals with Italian cuisine designed to satisfy all travellers, regardless of how choosey they may be. Its Pasta Room is ideal for hosting intimate gastronomic feasts as you and your fellow visitors get to enjoy the pasta prepared by the in-house Luca chef. You can opt to sit in the Garden Room if you are looking for a setup with better air circulation. Both spaces are capable of hosting a group of between eight to ten people at a go.

London Private Food Tours

If you are looking to plan a special activity for your friends, family, company, or visitors, then nothing beats a private dining and tour experience with Eating Europe! The customized tour led by a professional tour guide provides you with a unique chance to gain a better understanding of the London culture.

When traveling as a group, you will get to visit all the places visited by London residents, and also get to learn about the city’s history. In the course of the tour, you will also get to sample mouth-watering dishes and imbibe drinks specifically set up for the tour group. The good news is that the tours are offered in English and are available 7 days a week.

Bistrotheque, Bethnal Green

If you happen to be travelling as a large group, or your friendship circles are big, the holding pen at the private dining room at Bistrotheque should work perfectly for you. The dining room can accommodate up to ninety-six seated people, and a total of a hundred and thirty people when standing. The available space features a warehouse-style that is both adaptable and cost-efficient.

George, Mayfair

The main restaurant at George extends to two rooms. Depending on the size of your party, you can choose to either book a single room or both of them. The facility is renowned for serving brasserie classics in a feasting area lined with Hockneys. While the chic dining room also serves as a members’ club, non-members are also eligible to hire it for their special events. It provides the ideal setting for visitors looking to take part in an intimate get-together.

Barrafina, Covent Garden

You need to make a reservation at Barrafina fine dining room for you to be guaranteed a table. Relish your aptitude to outsmart Resy or OpenTable by making sure that you have filled the reserved space with tourists, colleagues, and friends who appreciate a robust menu. Fine dining at Barrafina comprises of piquillo and prawn pepper tortillas and ham croquetas. You can also expect to partake in the best Spanish wine you have ever tasted.

Bob Bob Ricard, Soho

Bob Bob Ricard is a delightful blend of opulence and elegance. It comprises of a private dining room designed on a dining car that is similar to what you would find when dining on the Orient Express. Here, think about train-style windows and velvet blinds, with an addition of the “press for champagne” button from BBR. Any evening spent dining here is likely going to rival any experience you have had elsewhere.

Mark’s Club, Mayfair

Mark’s Club in Mayfair is a dining room frequented by sharp-suited and fashion-forward aristocrats. It’s an exclusive club that is typically out of bounds for those who are not members. You can, however, be allowed to reserve a dining room even if you are not a member. Its interior decorations are traditional and timeless. Its Circus Room is ideal for hosting bespoke dinners. Alternatively, you could also try its Indian Room if interested in hosting a bigger party.

Gymkhana, Mayfair

Gymkhana tends to incite a buzz and a certain type of hype whenever it’s mentioned. But its secretive, private, subterranean dining vaults are everything that they are said to be. It’s an Indian restaurant that received a Michelin star within twelve months of opening its doors to the public. You only need to sample its seven-course tasting menu to understand why the restaurant is revered.


London is a city that doesn’t have a shortage of fine dining restaurants. From oyster bars to rooftop swanks, to exclusive restaurants, this is a city where fine dining is well regarded. The spots discussed above are ideal for hosting special occasion dinners, anniversary meals, and even birthday dinners. You just have to decide on the kind of experience you would like to have.

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