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  • 30 Bruton Place, 
  • Mayfair, 
  • London, 
  • W1J 6NL
020 7409 1728
Opening Hours:
12:00 - 23:00
Food Service Times:
12:00 - 20:00
Private Dining

Now with three classically decorated, pine panelled private dining rooms, The Guinea can accommodate any occasion ranging from intimate gatherings to board dinners.

Private Dining

The private dining rooms at The Guinea, are atmospheric pine-panelled rooms located on the first floor. The rooms are available for a variety of functions, for groups of a minimum of 10 up to 28 guests.

For further details please call our booking coordinator on 020 7409 1728 to discuss dining in our private rooms.

The Boardroom

From anniversary dinners to business meetings, The Boardroom is available to book privately for groups of 12-28, with your own private bar and dedicated waiting team. We can seat up to 22 guests on one table or up to 28 split on 5 tables for a more informal setting.

Enquire now or send us an email if you’d like to know more.

The Gallery

The smallest and most intimate of our three private dining rooms, The Gallery is perfect for celebrations with close family, or entertaining clients. With space to seat up to 12 guests to dine, and headed by a marble fireplace, The Gallery offers elegance and grandeur on a cosy and intimate scale.

The Wine Room

Decadently decorated and complete with it’s own wine gallery, this light and airy room is crowned with a large skylight, flooding the room with natural light. Seating up to 16 guests, it’s the perfect space for entertaining, and celebrating any occasion.


If the Guinea Grill in Mayfair was a new opening it would be hotter than the cooking range by the dining room door over which they flame their steaks. It would be full of bloggers holding their smart phones high and flat over plates of prime Scottish beef, and journalists swooning at the commitment to old-fashioned virtues. Read more

The Guardian

There’s been a pub on this Mayfair site since 1423. But if you’re coming here for history, it’s for the steak speak-easy Grill Room that opened in 1952, ent legit in ‘54, and remains famous to this day. As well as first-rate Sunday lunch of roast sirloin of pork, you can indulge in steaks – dry aged for up to 30 days – on the grill or excellent pies… Read more

The Guardian

A green-coated doorman and waiters in black waistcoats play their ever-smiling parts, while a lone chef tends the furiously hot grill behind displays of prime, dry-aged fillets, rib-eyes and rumps – it’s all very “old school”… Read more

Square Meal

Like all restaurants entirely confident in their own skin, they feel no need to bang on about breed and provenance. If you eat here, they say, put your faith in our good taste. The service is smart, slick and old-school – authoritative but never condescending… Read more

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