• Rules, Covent Garden

    • Graham Green Room, Rules

    • Graham Green Room, Rules

    • John Betjeman Room, Rules

    • John Betjeman Room, Rules

    • John Betjeman Room, Rules

    • Graham Greene Room, Rules

    Rules

    35 Maiden Lane, London, WC2E 7LB British
    Private Dining Menu

    Rules

    Novelist Graham Greene chose to spend his birthdays in the quintessentially British surroundings of Rules which features in several of his novels. The lovely, wood-panelled Graham Green Room has natural daylight so is ideal for lunches, dinners and meetings.

    This classically elegant space exudes history and style: the collection of Sketch Victorian cartoon artwork, the diamond lattice style windows, red leather chairs, silver candlesticks and fresh flowers complete the picture, but it is the impeccable food and service which have helped Rules to build their reputation as a particularly special venue. Private dining menus reflect Rules’ expertise not just with game, but the best of British food from meat and fish, to sumptuous puddings.

    Guests will be seated on one long table and there is room for pre-dinner drinks: situated on the 2nd floor.

    Graham Greene Room, Rules

    Graham Greene Room, Rules

    Graham Greene Room, Rules

    The John Betjeman Room is found on the 2nd floor and named after the Poet Laureate, who was instrumental in the campaign to prevent Rules being pulled down to redevelop Covent Garden in the 1970s. The room is an intimate, charming space: wood panelled, and decorated with sketches which make reference to its namesake.

    Rules provides place cards and printed menus, beautiful fresh flowers and a dedicated private dining team to ensure your event exceeds your expectations, whether it be a corporate dinner, an anniversary celebration, or a wedding breakfast.

    John Betjeman Room, Rules

    John Betjeman Room, Rules

    John Betjeman Room, Rules