The Oriental Club is located close to Bond Street and within easy reach of both Canary Wharf and the City.
An exclusive members-only haven, it has a long-standing reputation for entertaining – with private dining and meeting rooms, a courtyard terrace, two bars and a 120,000-bottle wine cellar.
In 1861, then-Club chef Richard Terry published his groundbreaking Indian Cookery – and his flavours infuse the menus of today. The kitchen is focused on seasonality and high-quality produce.
‘We have carved out a niche,’ says Club secretary Matthew Rivett. ‘We occupy a space between traditional London club and the modern clubs, a balance between history, elegance and charm.’