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Dining Room

Our public dining room looks out on Orton Square through the Cultural Quarter with views of the beautiful art deco Athena, The Exchange Bar & right though Curve.

A busy night in the Cultural Quarter and you won’t miss a thing.

For public dining the room hold 40, for exclusive use and private events the room will seat up to 50.

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Leopold

Named after Prince Leopold, Queen Victoria’s 8th child and youngest son, this room holds 16 in one long table.

Views are unhindered onto Orton Square and through to Curve.

Whilst a private room, our large internal window keeps you feeling part of the main restaurant whilst you watch guests come and go.

This room has additional features of a TV with HDMI plug-in for presentations plus plug-in to the music ring so you can play your own selection of tunes should you wish.

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The Empress
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Beatrice

Princess Beatrice was the fifth daughter and youngest child of Queen Victoria & Prince Albert. This room holds 10 in one long table.

This room has additional features of a TV with HDMI plug-in for presentations plus plug-in to the music ring so you can play your own selection of tunes should you wish.


 

The Empress

Named after Queen Victoria, ‘The Empress of India’ herself.

This luxurious room in our basement has seating for up to 50 guests or standing room for 80.

A private bar makes this room very exclusive.

There is a private sound system to plug in directly, making this space perfect for exclusive dining or celebration party.

(Please note that due to the nature of the building this room does not have full access. There are stairs required to access this room)

 

Whole Venue

Our ground floor is available for full exclusive use for up to 150 guests standing, or 90 guests seated across our three ground floor dining rooms.

For exclusive use of the whole venue, combine the ground floor with The Empress to accommodate 140 seated or 200+ standing.