In a snapshot
Breakfast 7am – 10.30am
Lunch 12pm – 3.30pm
Dinner 7pm – Midnight
You might not know but..
The room was originally designed as a prestigious car showroom for Wolseley Motors Limited in 1921. Unfortunately the cars did not sell well and the company went bankrupt. Barclays bank acquired the building and the branch opened for the first time in 1927. The salon at The Wolseley was originally the bank manager’s office and the infamous horseshoe is where the tellers were located.
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The Private Dining Room at The Wolseley has been described as “one of the most beautiful in London.” Commanding a view across the entire Wolseley dining room, it is nevertheless unobtrusively hidden away, with its own dedicated staircase. With large, arched windows on all four sides, it also overlooks The Ritz and Piccadilly.
Flooded with natural light during the day and seductively lit at night by candles and the glow of the restaurant’s chandeliers, the Private Dining Room seats up to 14 guests and is available to book for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
The Wolseley is very much in the European Grand Café tradition, with a menu featuring modern-European classics. Dishes include Minted Pea and Lettuce Soup, Dorset Crab Mayonnaise, Roast Landaise Chicken with Morels and Spring Leeks, Citrus Fruit Meringue and Petit-pot au chocolat. The menu is subject to seasonal changes.
There is no room hire fee, although a minimum spend is required.
Private Dining: 14
ContactAddress: 160 Piccadilly, London W1J 9EB, United Kingdom
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