Scott’s new ground floor private space takes its name from one of the world’s most unique and rare fish; the Platinum Arowana. Discreetly tucked behind the main restaurant, The Platinum Arowana Room is a £6 million “jewel box” of a private dining space. Mirror panelled walls offset a show-stopping green, semi-precious stone floor and Lalique lights. The walls are adorned with works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Joan Miró, Émile Bernard and Marc Chagall. Parties of between six to eight guests can choose from a special £200 per head A La Carte menu featuring exclusive dishes only available to guests dining in room, such as Golden Pearls caviar with lobster soufflé and shaved black and white truffle and Newlyn Bay turbot with hand-dived scallop. Pictured.
Flooded with natural light, which streams though elegant double-height windows, with spectacular views over Berkeley Square, this beautiful botanically inspired room (which can accommodate 28 guests, seated) is dream-like in its approach. The walls are adorned with Pierre Frey silk, stitched with blooming cherry blossom and a series of Maison Gau wall panels, embellished with thousands of hand-made ceramic flowers and vibrant jewel appliqués. At night a Sogni De Cristallo statement-chandelier fills the room with a warm glow. The dining menus feature a wide range of classic and contemporary European dishes and served on the room's own bespoke dinner service which includes elegant Baccarat glassware, custom silver ice buckets. Priced from £135 per person.
The Coral Reef Room is an exclusive and private dining space with a custom-built bar and two of the largest live coral reef tanks in the world filled with 15,000 litres of water and 100 species of exotic fish. This contemporary Asian restaurant by Caprice Holdings, the Richard Caring-owned company behind such capital landmarks as Scott's, J Sheekey and 34, dishes up an Asian-inspired seafood menu - with a focus on Japan – think sushi, sashimi, tiradito, tempura and robata dishes. Open seven days a week, The Coral Reef Room is perfect for lunch or dinner celebrations to up to 48 guests on round tables.
Set in the landmark Leadenhall Building by acclaimed architects Rogers Stark Harbour + Partners, Bob Bob Cité features a show-stopping main restaurant comprised of a striking blue and red room with 264 covers, alongside three lavish private dining rooms each hosting eighteen guests and each with their own reception area and City views. With costs estimated to be in the region of £25million, the property combines the very best in craftsmanship and materials from the eight hundred-plus bespoke light fittings to 48,000 hand-polished ‘snake eye’ rivets. Dine on French comfort food, with classic dishes including escargots, veal blanquette and daube de boeuf Provençal by Michelin-starred executive chef Eric Chavot alongside an extenstive Champagne offering in Magnum, Jeroboam and Methuselah sizes. Bob Bob Cité also has one of the largest selections of Armagnac (over 100 vintages starting with 1888) and a collection of Chateau d’Yquem - the world’s greatest sweet wine - going back to 1866. Priced at £2,000 minimum spend at lunch and £2,500 at dinner.
Bringing an elevated Chinese dining experience to the capital, Imperial Treasure, one of Asia’s most admired Chinese restaurant groups, and holder of four Michelin stars, makes its European debut in a stunning Grade II listed building on St James’s Waterloo Place. The design by Paris design studio Liaigre (best known in London for Hakkasan) works with the original features, introducing traditional Chinese references and bold cultural statements. There are three private dining rooms on the mezzanine each seating between 8 and 14 diners and The Wan Shou Room comes with a giant lazy Suzan taking centre stage. On the menu is high-end authentic Chinese specialities. Expect dishes such as Imperial Treasure’s signature Peking Duck; barbecued meats; caviar with scrambled egg white; grilled silver cod; baked crab with pepper; a good selection of vegetarian options and a dedicated dim sum menu. From £2,000 minimum spend requirement.