Bentley's is a beautiful historic building which is home to a classic Champagne and Oyster Bar operated by Michelin Chef Richard Corrigan.
There is also fantastic live piano and jazz on regular nights. Relax within the summer terrace now open.
The Crustacea Room seats up to 14 guests and is located on the first floor of Bentley’s historic building, adorned with art pieces from Chef Corrigan’s private collection, such as John Wonnacott, a work executed in the room after the filming of ‘the madness of King George’ seen in the pictures. This room of Georgian style, with warm tones and luxurious carpet underfoot and three large windows dressed with William Morris curtains, to allow as little or as much light as you wish, this private dining room lends itself to both a business and informal private dinner.
The Swallow Street Rooms are a hidden gem in the bustle of Piccadilly’s famous Swallow Street, comprising of two separate rooms, The Den & the Swallow Library. Recently redesigned with classic colours and gold, mirrored walls, leather banquettes, it’s a perfect space for a multitude of occasions. With your own central London entrance, private bar, bathrooms, cloakroom facilities, piano, plasma screen, late licence and state of the art sound system you will have everything you need for a successful occasion. The Den & the Swallow Library can accommodate up to 18 people each on one table; and combined the Swallow Street Rooms can accommodate 60 people on round tables, 1 table of 30 or 100 guests for canapé parties.
To see all upcoming events view the full event calendar.
|Pint of Lager||£5.00|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.60|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£3.60|
|Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer)||£10.00|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.75|
|Bottle of House Wine||£23.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£63.00|
|Crustacea Room||Private Room||15 guests||n/a||n/a||Minimum spend £750 for lunch / £1000 for dinner||Minimum spend £750 for lunch / £1000 for dinner|
|Swallow Street Room||Private Room||60||100||n/a||Minimum spend £2000 for lunch / £3000 for dinner||Minimum spend £2000 for lunch / £3000 for dinner|
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