Have you eagerly watched Netflix’s chef’s table? Passionate about fine dining? Discover London’s best chef’s tables where you can watch your favourite chef cook up something spectacular. A wonderful way to spend an evening, London’s chef tables are a fantastic opportunity in private dining.
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1) Hélène Dorroze at the Connaught
Hélène Darroze is one of the world’s most extraordinary female chefs, having won the Veuve Clicquot awards for World’s Best Female Chef in 2015. Hélène Darroze has been awarded two Michelin stars and her beautiful, intimate restaurant at the The Connaught hotel is hugely popular. Sit at the Sommeliers’ Table, a private dining room beneath the kitchens, where you can be taken on a journey of food and wine.
2) Marcus at the Berkeley
Enjoy a front row seat to watch chefs Mark and Shauna Froydenlund and their team prepare delectable seasonal dishes. For dinner, you and your guests will enjoy a genius eight-course dinner in the magnificent setting of a private dining room aligned with the open kitchen. Marcus’ executive sommelier Michael Deschamps will be on hand to perfectly pair the wines to your meal. For modern British cuisine is an exclusive Knightsbridge restaurant, look no further than Marcus at the Berkeley.
Experience a chef’s table at Gordon Ramsay’s Maze in London, the chef’s table menu is full to the brim of produce-led culinary delights. A variety of experiences await, each taking around four hours to include champagne, canapes, a bespoke wine list and divine tasting menu. The private dining room seats you in front of the Maze kitchen so you can enjoy unrestricted access to this world-famous restaurant.
4) Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs
Hot dogs and champagne, what’s not to love about Bubbledogs? This exclusive chef’s table at Bubbledogs was awarded a Michelin star in 2014, the seats face on to the exposed kitchen so you and your guests can watch Head Chef James Knappett cook his genius creations. Knappett will walk you through his tasting menu of European delights as he cooks it, focusing on strong British flavours and traditions.
5) Richard Corrigan at Corrigan’s
Richard Corrigan at Corrigan’s is one of London’s most beautiful private dining rooms, with a glass window looking onto the kitchen. Enjoy the privacy of your own space whilst watching all of the action in the kitchen, seating up to 12 guests. Known for his enticing menu’s, Richard Corrigan’s culinary classics triumph over their competitors. Expect all service with a smile and private dining with a heart.
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