SOHO

THE CAGE PRIVATE DINING ROOM
WRIGHT BROTHERS SOHO

Their semi-private dining room, which is intriguingly named “The Oyster Cage”, is on a lower floor from the main restaurant space, surrounded by the buzz of an open kitchen. As the name suggests, the space is surrounded by iron caging which gives up to 18 diners a sense of being the Chefs’ “catch of the day” whilst they are able to watch the team hard at work serving sea to plate as they preach.


Seats up to 18 guests.

THE PRIVATE DINING ROOM
LIMA FLORAL

The interiors are colourful with a relaxed fun vibe but Virgilio Martinex and head chef Robert Ortiz bring serious cuisine through Lima’s love of sharp spice, bitter cocoa and sweet corn. Downstairs, the Bajo Bar is opulent, with a warming feel. As guests descend the stairs to the bar, they pass the private dining room which is ready and waiting for the evening’s guests. Holding maximum 12 guests, the private room features bare brick, blue-coloured features as well as Peruvian objects adorning the display cabinet to remind guests of the restaurant’s inspiration. Although the room doesn’t have natural light, this does not hinder what it offers to groups for such a central London location. Overall, the room is smart with relaxed Peruvian charm.

 

Capacities: seats up to 12 guests.

KINGS CROSS

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85 Great Portland Street
London
W1W 7LT

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