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Venue price From £40 per person
Venue capacity 6 - 40 people

Spaces at Corrigan's Mayfair

The Kitchen Library which seats up to six guests is situated opposite the pass where you experience and see first hand the attention to detail that is applied to each and every dish. This is a warm and intimate space and its proximity to the action of the kitchen makes it very unique.

The Lindsay Room which seats up to 30 guests is ideal for all occasions from a family celebration to a private business lunch or dinner. There is a screen available for presentations or a live link in to the kitchen and an iPod dock for your use. Guests can choose from either a three course set menu or a chef’s seasonal six course tasting menu for lunch and dinner. Also available for breakfast occasions.

The Chef’s Table seats up to 12 and is screened from the kitchen by a glass wall allowing you and your guests to sit back and watch the culinary magic unfold in the privacy of your own room. If you’re looking for your occasion to start with something extra special, we also offer cookery demonstrations, wine tastings and an invite into the kitchen to meet the Chefs prior to dining.

This unique semi private dining space is perfect for an inspirational lunch meeting or celebratory dinner. The Poet’s Corner is screened off from the main restaurant by a heavy velvet curtain allowing you and your guests to sit back and enjoy the privacy of your own space amidst the buzzing atmosphere of the main restaurant. This space can accommodate up to 10 people, there is no room hire fee or minimum spend requirements.

About Corrigan's Mayfair

Corrigan’s Mayfair knows how to turn unusual requests into a memorable event, while maintaining and exuding our true British and Irish hospitality. Welcomed by a pianist, be led to our traditionally styled bar which makes for an ideal reception drinks area and whilst enjoying our chefs complimentary selection of canapés you can admire chef Richard Corrigan’s personal art collection and opulent Mayfair surroundings.