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Parties & private dining

The Little Room

Just because you can’t make it out to that lovely country house, doesn’t mean country house can’t come to you.  Private dining for up to 14, sharing menus for every occasion and all those mod-con meeting facilities neatly hidden away.

Browse all our spaces or our events department will be happy to help.


Reading Material


Let us introduce you to Felix Roos. He’s a 25 year old cross-discipline artist from Sweden. By day he works as a designer and illustrator at a fashion agency in San Francisco. By night, he works on developing his own artistic style.

He doesn’t spend late nights hunched over a desk in a studio, or gazing contemplatively out of a window. He creates his rich and playful watercolour portraits “Out of pure enjoyment over good beer and Netflix”.  Yes Felix!


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We’re being WOWed at the Southbank over the next week.

The Women of the World festival, in it’s fifth year, is a huge celebration of amazing things women are doing around the world – from performances about Muslim female boxers, to complex discussions with women from all backgrounds.

Speakers (all 96 of them) include Annie Lennox and Caitlin Moran and tUnE-yArDs performs a headline show.

From 1st to 8th March at The Southbank Centre


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History is being rewritten, or rather, it’s being re-curated.

Seven artists have collectively taken over the Hayward Gallery at The Southbank Centre to explore Britain’s modern cultural past.

The collection is a display of over 250 objects – some from public and private art collections, others are everyday items. Each peak, trough, and curve that shaped our nation today is presented for discussion – from the Cold War and feminism to BSE and celebrity culture.

Until 26th April at The Southbank Centre


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From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr

Ok, so it’s not quite SE1, but the Dulwich Picture Gallery is hosting the first UK exhibition of the works of Emily Carr – one of the most esteemed artists in Canada, virtually unknown outside of the snowy tundra – and we thought it was worth a mention.

The Guardian called her the Frida Kahlo of Canada, and this exhibition explores the West Coast artist’s dramatic journey from dark to light.  The clautrophobic forest scenes make way for light-filled beaches, and alongside these two displays, there’s a look at Carr’s documentative exploration of aboriginal coastal communities.

Until 8th March at the Dulwich Picture Gallery


Reading Material


We’re pretty sure if Patrick Bateman had a list of internet bookmarks, this would be at the very top of it. No don’t worry, it’s not what you think – if crisp, minimal typography is your thing – then this blog should be at the top of yours too.

Also entirely suitable for those partial to typography titillation, stationary smut, things-laid-out-neatly-and-photographed-from-above and fancy packaging.

It’s a forensic, visual haven to take solace from Times New Roman and Ariel.

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Mon – Fri

Lunch:  12pm – 3pm
Dinner:  6pm – 10.30pm


Brunch: 9am – 4pm
Dinner:  6pm – 10.30pm


Brunch:  9am – 5pm
Dinner:  6pm – 10pm

All day menu available throughout the afternoon.

Secret recipes


10ml honey
20ml soya sauce
25ml peanut oil
1 tsp tomato ketchup
1 tsp Dijon mustard
1 clove garlic
1 thumb-sized piece ginger
Tabasco to taste
salt & pepper

Finely chop the ginger and the garlic, mix with the ingredients except the oil.  Whisk until smooth and then whisk in the oil to emulsify the vinaigrette.

Season and add a few drops of Tabasco to taste.

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