Corbin & King operate some of London’s most sought-after restaurants. The group has last minute availability in some of their private dining rooms. The rooms are suitable for a business meeting or for a meal – breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner.

The restaurants include:

The Wolseley along Piccadilly (pictured). The private dining room on the mezzanine level will seat up to 14 people around a long oval table and is available for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner. The room has half-moon windows on all four sides, so plenty of daylight is guaranteed.

The Delaunay in Aldwych has two private dining rooms which are adjacent to the main restaurant - one seating eight guests, the other 14 guests. Or they can be combined to seat 24 guests. The room also includes a plasma screen for presentations.

The Crazy Coqs is located within Brasserie Zédel at Piccadilly Circus. Crazy Coqs can seat up to 40 guests for a lunch or 80 people for a standing reception. Crazy Coqs is available during the day for presentations, lunches and launches.

Finally, The Lotos Room in The Beaumont Hotel, a short walk from Bond Street tube will seat for up to 40 people on five round tables or 24 people on an oval table.