Informal business dinners in London
Set in a Grade II-listed art deco building looking out onto lovely Finsbury Square, chef Anna Hansen’s restaurant is ideally located for both Shoreditch and the City. A high-ceilinged room is partitioned by moveable panels so it’s nicely divided up with ample options for discreet conversations. There’s also afternoon tea until 5pm for informal pre-dinner meetings, and a 24-seater private room for larger gatherings.
Formal business dinners in London
With some of the best steak and some of the best cocktails in London, Hawksmoor is guaranteed to hit all the right notes with any client. A spacious, laid-back first-floor bar at the Piccadilly branch leads into a huge dining room with leather banquette booths separated by walls — perfect for intimate conversations. The acoustics are also excellent, making it easy to talk shop.
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Almost every London restaurant worth its salt boasts at least one private dining room – otherwise known as a total moneyspinner. With so many to choose from and some very real sums of money at stake, how do you know which private room to choose for your birthday shindig, engagement party, hen do, or client lunch? Look no further than our round-up of the very best private dining rooms for different budgets and occasions. We’ll assume our invite’s in the post.
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