Enter and find yourself in the sleek bar, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows framing a view of the world-famous cathedral. Statement chandeliers cascade light from the ceiling, a distressed display cabinet holds bottles of champagne, wine and spirits and a quirky bar with a vintage filing cabinet frontage create a hip yet casual vibe. Comfy low-slung chairs are ideal for those looking to linger, whilst polished black high tables serve post-work tipples.
With exposed ceilings, reclaimed timber flooring and teal pendant lighting, the main dining room exudes industrial sophistication, with pots of fresh herbs and flickering candles adding warmth, inviting you to linger over a leisurely meal. The large room is filled with intimate circular booths, long sharing benches and low-level tables to create an open-plan feel, where guests can watch chefs work their magic in the kitchen.
For something a little more exclusive, descend the staircase to the glamorous private dining room, ‘The Curious Treasury’. The flexible space is available for up to 60 of your nearest and dearest, or the golden mosaic tiled vaults can be booked for smaller parties. Styled with an oversized Anglepoise light, parquet panelled walls and a 1950’s kitchen which doubles as a private bar, it’s the perfect place to party the night away.
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