Best private dining in London that won't break the bank
Whatever the event, there’s always a budget and it’s important to stick to it. Many of our clients are searching for great bargains, which still provide an awesome experience. We asked our in-house foodie expert Leah to pull together venue guide for a max £30 budget:
Tapas is a cost-effective option, and at Dehesa, their bacchanalian inspired private dining room is the perfect place for discreet parties of up to 12 guests with menus starting at just £20 a head.
The gorgeous Bank in Westminster can seat 20 in two private dining rooms or 50 combined and offers a very reasonable starting price of £25 a head for its popular modern European cuisine.
Similarly, Langan’s Hall of Fame room for up to 80 guests and the nearby Fox Club’s menus start at a surprisingly moderate £25 per head despite their amazing Mayfair location.
Browns in Butler’s Wharf serves modern British cuisine in their fabulous private room with menus starting at just £24.95 a head.
Hugo’s in Queen’s Park is in a similar price range, while other great gastro-pubs with private dining rooms in the suburbs also costing around £25 a head include The Common Rooms at the Northcote in Battersea, Beaufort House in Chelsea and The Old White Bear in Hampstead, Hardy’s Brasserie and Wine Bar in Marylebone, The Prince Albert in Battersea – all of which have great private rooms.