Benares Restaurant and Bar
Berkeley Square House, 15 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1J 6BS, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7499 2430 Website: benaresrestaurant.com
Venue Contact: Anshu Baluja
Boasting 4 private dining rooms, as well as an intimate bar area, Benares, a Michelin starred restaurant led by Chef Patron, Atul Kochhar, is a staple within the London fine dining scene.
Boasting 4 private dining rooms, as well as an intimate bar area, Benares, a Michelin starred restaurant led by Chef Patron, Atul Kochhar, is a staple within the London fine dining scene, specialises in modern Indian cuisine with a distinct British twist.
Located in the heart of Mayfair, the sophisticated ambiance and detailed service compliment the flavour infused dishes, inspired by Atul’s extensive travels within India and enhanced by locally sourced ingredients.
Benares is able to accommodate all celebrations, whether corporate or personal, and is available for exclusive hire for larger functions.
No room hire or deposit is required for private dining events (Excludes October, November, December).
Atul Kochhar will personally design a menu for the occasion, catering for up to 150 people seated and 300 standing, and our Events Manager can assist with any special requirements such as floral designs or Bespoke Menus. The Benares Chivas trolley is also a great option to entertain your guests, whether to master the art of cocktail mixing or just for pure relaxation with after dinner drinks.
AV equipment and a projector are also available for hire and a Waiter button is provided to all rooms, should you need a more private experience. No deposit or room charges apply (Excl Dec).
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