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 pastel colours and gold, mirrored walls, leather banquettes and with your own private bar, bathrooms, cloakroom facilities, piano, plasma screen, late licence until 3am and sound system, you have everything you need for a successful occasion.
Featuring blue and white William Morris fabrics, wooden floors and blue leather chairs, the Rib Room is a stylish space that combines the modern with the classic. Situated on the first floor of Bentley's, the room is flooded with natural light and is perfect for a private breakfast or even lunch or dinner. You are welcome to use the adjoining Grill Room as a reception area in conjuction with the Rib Room.
The Crustacea Room seats up to 15 guests and is located on the first floor of Bentley’s historic building, adorned with art pieces from Chef Corrigan’s private collection. 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, lends itself to both a business and informal private breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The Swallow is decorated in inviting notes with classic mirrors and attractive features including a gold gilded ceiling and floor to ceiling books. A private entrance within the main restaurant and 3 minutes from Picadilly Circus and Regent Street. It's perfect for a business breakfast, lunch, dinner or canapes reception. The room is equipped with PA system, plasma screen and Wi-Fi.
The Den is in the heart of London, three minutes from Picadilly Circus and Regent Street. The room has everything yu would need for a succesful event with your own private bar, reception area, fireplace, private bathrooms, cloakroom facilities, private entrance, piano, muisc system and late licence up to 3am. It's perfect for a breakfast event, lunch, dinner or canapes reception.