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Overview

Headed by legendary chef Anton Mosimann and his two sons, Philipp and Mark Mosimann, Mosimann's club is one of the most prestigious private dining clubs in the world. Enjoy the exemplary cuisine, wines and bespoke service, set in a luxurious intimate atmosphere of this stunningly converted 19th century church in the heart of Belgravia. 

Enjoy options such as 3-course private dining menus from £64 per person. Select from a choice of seven unique private dining rooms, each of which is individually sponsored by distinguished marques including Lalique, Bentley, Montblanc, Parmigiani Fleurier and Garrard. Sumptuously-appointed yet flexible spaces, the rooms are suited to hosting a formidable variety of events. Here you can find the world's smallest private dining room for two, to the Garrard Room, seating up to fifty. These rooms are perfect for those seeking an inspiring venue for corporate or personal engagements, including civil marriage ceremonies. 
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Opening hours

Lunch & Dinner Wednesday to Friday. Dinner only on Saturday. Sunday lunch.

What we love

  • Fine dining
  • Private dining
  • Celebrity chef
  • Private club dining

CLUB OFFER AVAILABLE HERE

Members-only

To access this offer you will need to be a club member.

Club members enjoy additional privileges and savings when dining at over 400 listed Club properties.

Contact details

Awards & Cuisine

  • Modern European

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