Best Private Dining Rooms in London Bridge

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Whether you want to wow your Exec with stunning views of the Thames, inspiring interiors or the fanciest of fine dining, these private dining rooms in London Bridge are sure to be a hit. Read on to explore some hidden gems south side of the river…

The Coal Shed

One Tower Bridge, London, SE1 2SE

The Coal Shed, located on the riverfront opposite the iconic Tower Bridge is a go to venue for any event, big or small. Their intimate private dining room seats up to 14 guests on one table or 20 guests split across two tables, with five seasonal menus to choose from that include a 3-course lunch menu for £35 and their famous coal roasted rare breed meat. If you are catering for a larger group, their beautiful semi-private mezzanine has been designed with events in mind and can accommodate 46 diners or 55 standing guests.

Arthur Hoopers

8 Stoney Street, London, SE1 9AA

With stunning views overlooking the busy Borough Market ‘The Fruit & Veg Room’ is a fantastic choice for intimate occasions. The double height windows flood the room with natural light enabling it to be the perfect venue for board meetings, working lunches or private dinners. Seating up to 12 diners, you can enjoy guided wine tastings from talented sommeliers, cocktail masterclasses or a simple sharing menu of European-inspired dishes created from fresh produce from local suppliers.

Restaurant Story

199 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2JX

For those extra special occasions, forget private dining room and think ‘private dining restaurant’ with exclusive hire of the world-famous Restaurant Story. The charming restaurant can seat up to 30 people, the ideal setting for a memorable corporate event or an intimate gathering of family and friends. Tom Sellers tells the most incredible story of his life and the evolution of food during this four hour long tasting menu that can also be made bespoke to your event.

Casa do Frango

32 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1TU

New on the scene but not to be underestimated is the beautiful Casa do Frango. Nestled under the arch of a railway bridge you’ll find an extensive menu of Portuguese small plates made for sharing, from their mouth-watering Piri-Piri chicken to the delicious charred cauliflower, every dish is bursting with flavour. The private dining room seats up to 12 whilst the mezzanine floor can seat up to 100 diners for larger events. Casa do Frango also hold a secret trump card in the form of their hidden 1920’s style speakeasy cocktail bar ‘The Green Room’ which can be found behind an unmarked door in the main restaurant, available for private hire and holds up to 30 seated and 45 standing.

Le Pont De La Tour

36 Shad Thames, London, SE1 2YE

No private dining round up south side of the river would be complete without mentioning the sensational rooms at Pont de la Tour. With two private rooms accommodating anything from 10 to 23 people, the atmospheric surroundings make any occasion feel luxurious. The menus use fresh British ingredients whist creating classic French inspired dishes and never fail to wow even the most well-travelled foodies.