London’s top restaurants for large group dining

Date Posted: 30/04/2018

Maison Du Mezze

Taking a big group trip to the capital any time soon? Break up the day with a meal at one of these group-friendly restaurants, each with its own distinct character.

Heddon Street Kitchen, Regent Street
Seats: 100

Heddon Street Kitchen by famous chef Gordon Ramsay is a top choice restaurant for a large group with a high budget. It’s centrally located in Regent Street's Food Quarter and offers up a stylish mix of vintage and modern, leathers, woods and steel. The first floor accommodates up to 100 guests seated with a dedicated bar and facilities, while the bar lounge on the ground floor is also available for hire for groups of up to 40 guests.

Gillray’s, Westminster Bridge
Seats: 110

Gillrays Steakhouse

Overlooking Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from the south side of the Thames, Gillray’s, winner of two AA Rosettes, combines striking views with what are described as some of London’s best steaks. Serving locally sourced classic English dishes, this restaurant can host up to 110 people. Gillray’s is also a great option for an award-winning afternoon tea.

Maison Du Mezze, Leicester Square
Seats: 200

Maison Du Mezze, situated in the heart of Leicester Square, offers Lebanese cuisine (lead image). All dishes are freshly prepared using spices and herbs from the Levant. The large venue is split across two floors and the interiors reflect the Middle Eastern style with Arabian carpets and artworks, gilded ceiling and trailing plants. Maison Du Mezze has a private dining room which can host up to 12 people, or up to 200 for full private hire of the whole restaurant.

Mint Leaf, Haymarket
Seats: 220

Looking for Asian cuisine for your group? Mint Leaf is located in Haymarket and offers an opulent dining experience for groups of up to 220. The restaurant is known for its authentic North Indian recipes. Low lighting, solid wood furniture and comfortable seats create an opulent setting for both relaxed pre-theatre and regular dinners in the West End.

Fire & Stone, Covent Garden
Seats: 250

If you are looking for a truly individual restaurant for up to 250 people, Fire & Stone nestled behind Covent Garden should definitely be on your shortlist. The spacious two-storey restaurant embodies a casual cafe-style setting. The team have created a menu inspired by the great cites and tastes from around the world for a special pizza experience.

Book through a dedicated specialist

These restaurant ideas are courtesy of Capital Centric, a dedicated restaurant booking specialist that can help group travel organisers create enjoyable restaurant experiences at over 2,500 eateries, ranging from family pubs to Michelin star restaurants.

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