Bentley's is situated in an historic Victorian building on the borders of Soho and Mayfair, Bentley’s combines a relaxed oyster bar & outside Terrace with a more formal Grill restaurant, plus two private rooms seating between 4 and 60, all arranged over three beautiful floors.
The sensitive restoration of this famous restaurant has retained many original features of the building and the spirit of Bentley’s original arts and crafts heritage has been preserved in the carefully thought-out choice of furnishings, fabrics and wallpapers. American oak flooring, light wooden panelling and the reframed old Bentley’s fish paintings all add to the relaxed air of calm, understated luxury.
Bentley’s has its own bakery and patisserie and sources all ingredients from the British & irish Isles, such as smoked salmon from Frank Hedderman in Ireland and finest West Cork beef, using some of the best producers in the business. Deliveries arrive fresh in the kitchen every day.
The Crustacea Room is located on the first floor; decorated with pieces from Chef Richard Corrigan’s personal collection of art, warm colours and William Morris curtains, allows you to dine in style. Seating up to 14 guests, it is perfect for breakfasts, formal business lunches or family dinner, or simply to celebrate a birthday in style.
The Jameson Room has its own entrance, a private bar (with a 3am license), a reception area and toilet facilities, and is ideal for business lunches or dinners, product launches or cocktail receptions. For dining, we can accommodate up to 28 guests on one oval table or up to 60 on six round tables. Alternatively this room can accommodate up to 100 guests for a standing canapé reception. There is a 42" plasma screen and DVD player for presentations, a beautiful upright piano for live music and DJs are welcome.
The Grill Room is available for breakfasts and private hire on Saturday lunchtimes and Sundays, seating up to 30 guests.
Complimentary canapes are offered to all private dining bookings.