Located above Berners Tavern, the private dining room is an intimate space. A modern, long dark walnut table with rose upholstered chairs is placed under an original historic skylight with atmospheric lighting. Berners Tavern Private Dining Room is available to suit every occasion.View Private Dining Details
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Mon - Thu 10:00PM - 10:30PM
What Insiders Are Saying
Having dinner in Berners Tavern feels like eating inside the Sistine Chapel, or at least a really, really rich guy’s house.
Fantastic venue and fantastic food with attentive service! Definitely recommend
It was good. Our table wasn’t ready but we were escorted to the bar initially.
My friends and I had a lovely evening. We loved the food, especially the flambé plum torte! It was a lovely touch having a somellier offer the wines. The service was excellent and the waiters were able to answer all of questions with ease. The decor is stunning - such a beautiful room!
Lovely decor and service but the food wasn't great.
Lovely waiters, beautiful interior but really bad food and service at the door. We were four of us and ordered few different dishes all of which were no good. Also very arrogant and poor service from hostess at the door. Rude and careless with attitude that is strange for a place of this level. All four decided we are not coming back.
The maître d’ was a hero
+ incredible environment, very polite and efficient service, excellent food, young & beautiful crowd
- the music was louder than desired, our table was next to the kitchen
Un location molto elegante e accogliente, il personale preparato, professionale, attenti è disponibili.
Great location, great food. However, a bit overpriced and service went way too fast. Starter was there 5 min after ordering, waiters were waiting at our table with the main dish as we were still finishing the starter. So definitely some improvement possible here.
Service was amazing. Waiters, floor manager and consierge were outstanding and I made sure they knew I thought as much.
Food was delicious (the soup was the best I have ever had), if a little shy on portions (but I have a large appetite).
All round, my partner and I were treated impeccably by your wonderful staff. I would recommend to friends
Having spent the last 12 years sampling London's fantastic restaurants I have never been more appalled by a 'fine dining' restaurant. Our sommelier ripped us off by serving a similar wine that was 2.2x the price of the wine (gruner veltliner £47 Vs gruner kafer £100+) requested with a similar name even after confirming twice with his finger the wine I requested on the menu. I then wondered why he kept staring at us with a vindictive smile. Our starter of mushroom soup came served with a fridge cold poached egg which was undoubtedly cooked hours before. The steak was at least 25 percent sinew and served with a watery peppercorn sauce and apparently triple cooked chips that tasted like cheap vegetable oil. I will say that our dedicated waiter was polite but since we were seated behind the reception desk we waited a long time after receiving our menu for service. The maitre'd was gentlemanly and cared about our experience but this was before we were seated. I will actively be recommending that people avoid this restaurant as there are far better quality places to eat in London for at least half of the price with less pretentious and vindictive staff who are simply looking to rinse the luxury hotel clientele that they are undoubtedly targeting. Shame on whoever runs this restaurant, if you care one bit about customer experience you are in the wrong industry.
Best. Cote. De. Boeuf. Ever. Had. By. Man.
Would 100% go again
Stunning as always. Great food, lovely atmosphere and impeccable service.
The meat was not cooked very well and the fries were too big like mashed potatoes ;-)
Came for breakfast, my wife ordered eggs benedict and the hollandaise was too thick and the poached eggs were overcooked; English muffin was quite good though. I had a full English breakfast and everything was good, but nothing special. The restaurant takes itself a little too seriously which is inline with the London Edition hotel the restaurant is a part of. The hostess checking us in was pretty cold and unwelcoming. It doesn’t help that the day before we had breakfast at Chiltern Firehouse, which is exceptional. Price at Berners is on par with Chiltern but the food, service and ambience is so much better at Chiltern Firehouse. Skip this place and go there instead.
Food was terrible. not worth the money! And service was soooo bad. Food come very very late. I think they started to grow the ingredients when they got order. When we waited desserts for a long time, suddenly an employee said to us "Can you move your seat? because your seat time limit is 2 hours." It was very bad because most of time we spent in Berners Tavern was 'waiting'!!!!!!!!!! I liked the inside of restaurant but overall, I don't recommend here at all!!!!
Lovely room, decent coffee and good smoothie but the food was pretty average, particularly considering the prices. Service was also not great, took a long time to pay, had to ask to get more water etc. Black pudding was excellent!
Amazing food, service and ambiance. Definitely recommend.
Really really nice food and friendly service, but a lot of emphasis was placed on the two-hour timeframe when booking and in follow-up emails, but as the place was very busy there was no way we would have been able to finish up in two hours. This was not mentioned by staff at all (we were a bit stressed at 1 hours and 50 minutes!) but I wonder why it was such an important point during the booking process when it wasn't actually applied on the day.
Nice touch with the little birthday dessert and very friendly cloakroom staff. I would definitely go there again.
Excellent experience, superb food
Incredibly environment, excellent food and very good service
Not our first visit, but definitely not our best experience there.
Service was pleasant but clearly staff were very busy and not quite as attentive as usual.
Booked in advance but felt like we were given the drop-in seats by the bar.
This was part of a special birthday celebration for my partner, which I highlighted on the special requests during booking. Nothing was acknowledged unfortunately.
Previously on an anniversary lunch a simple but thoughtful acknowledgement was given by way of some chocolates and a card, as well as a complimentary drink on arrival.
I think we'll try somewhere else next time, which is a pity as it's a lovely space with strong food offer.
Fantastic service, food, and experience
It was just very lovely overall. Would recommend anytime
The whole dining experience was great.
The service was amazing and the restaurant was stunning. The food was good, but not quite perfect. Our starter was a bit too salty (it was a ham hock terrine that neither of us could eat). However the dessert was delicious as was the main course.
The food is salty
Our overall experience was disappointingly mediocre considering the prices charged. We spent approx £180 for two courses, with a bottle of wine and a glass of champagne each. I've had better food for a third of the price.
Most disappointing was the food - it felt generally overpriced for the quality, for example the mac and cheese was fairly tasteless and average - for nearly £20. The service was generally friendly but again wasn't remarkable considering the prices charged.
The dining room itself is well put together and pleasant, however the tables for two at the sides are very close together.
You're paying for the location and the fairly unique dining room ambience - I wouldn't go back.
It was my second visit to Berners Tavern and it didn't disappoint! We had the Cote De Boeuf which melted in the mouth. Absolutely delicious. The service was effortless, we were never left waiting for anything and our wine glasses were constantly full! Definitely recommend a visit or two.
Outstanding restaurant great food great atmosphere good service just a little pricey, service charge on drinks in the bar after dinner not so sure!
Nice setting and good food, a bit loud for my dad who is 75! Drinks are pricey but usual price for a place like this.
Birthday brunch and they brought a lovely birthday plate & dessert!
Amazing service and ambience.
Food was delicious- will be back
Stunning setting with low-lit ambience. Service impeccable The meal was equal to that with all four of our party exclaiming at some point during the meal that this was the best meal we’d had. Not cheap but worth it for the right occasion. Chapeau Andrei Poptelecan 👏👏👏
📍10 Berners St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3NP, UK
cod，steak 和 pork都很有特色，而且摆盘都很精致，很注重细节。甜品方面咖啡泡芙和我的巧克力冰激淋口感都很细腻，很有层次感！
One can never fault Berners Tavern for the lunch menu. Food is always exquisite! BUT... be careful, the Sommelier will, in his infinite knowledge, suggest wines that will choke you if you are paying from your private pocket. So, my humble advise, don't hesitate to look at the wine list yourself... no shame in saving yourself a red face!
The food was normal and the services was terrible, so slow
Excellent staff in bar and restaurant. Top notch food all staff were helpful and knowledgeable.
After hearing such great things about this place, I decided to book the Saturday lunch offer. Service was slow, arrived on time for our booking and the lady at the front was not very welcoming. Table who arrived 15 minutes after us had their orders taken before us. Food was overly salty, quite surprised as I am huge fan of Jason Atherton restaurants. Will not be returning here.