Comptoir Group

Our many restaurants are perfect for hosting corporate events and celebrations or all shapes and sizes. Kenza and Levant are especially suited with private spaces in both for hosting smaller groups as well as larger events that use the whole restaurant. Our Comptoir Libanais restaurants as well as Shawa and Yalla Yalla offer the opportunity for exclusive use.

At Home or at The Office…

We also come to you! If you are looking to host an event in your office or a party, dinner or celebration from the comfort of your own home we can make that happen. We travel all over the UK and Europe with our clients and have hosted events all over Europe and as far away as Marrakech.

We work at the best venues in London, the UK and further afield

Our special partnership with The Admirable Crichton, the celebrated event designers, gives us access to an enviable selection of Royal palaces, museums, galleries and spectacular buildings which offer endless choices as a venue for any event not just in London but the whole of the United Kingdom. We can also work further afield. 

In the past we have provided food for parties, product launches and weddings at venues in the South of France, Marrakech and Spain.

The following venues are just a sample of some of our favourite places to host events.  

Banqueting House

The last remaining building of the historic Palace of Whitehall dating back to 1622 was originally built for royal banquets. The grandeur of the Main Hall creates a glittering backdrop for any occasion. The Undercroft can be used as a reception area for pre-dinner drinks or as an intimate venue in its own right.

Old Billingsgate

A London Landmark rising from the banks of the River Thames, in the heart of the City, stands a striking historic building which is part of London's heritage. The Grand Hall is old billings gate's largest space, boasting a stunning triple-height ceiling and a feature mezzanine.

Hurlingham Club

The Hurlingham Club with its impeccably high standards and is an ideal place for weddings and to entertain clients within the Club and its magnificent grounds spanning 42 acres on the banks of the Thames. Guests can enjoy the exceptional wealth of greenery and grandeur that makes the Club a hidden gem.

Victoria & Albert Museum

The Dome is an elegant setting for drinks, dinners and dances. The Raphael Gallery is a magnificent space for dinners and award presentations. The Dorothy and Michael Hintze Sculpture Galleries provide a stunning space for drinks. Illuminated at night, the John Madejski Garden is a perfect venue for drinks receptions.

Old Truman Brewery

For over twenty years the Old Truman Brewery has been regenerating its ten acres of vacant and derelict buildings into spectacular office, retail, leisure and event spaces. The finely tuned mix of business and leisure has created an environment unique in London, making the Old Truman Brewery a destination in its own right.

One Marylebone

Built in 1826 on its own ‘island’ in the heart of the capital, One Marylebone has been beautifully refurbished to the original designs of Sir John Soane. The Grade I listed venue for hire boasts two exclusive spaces plus landscaped garden, moments from Regents Park.

Royal Horticultural Halls

As one of the largest uninterrupted floor spaces in Central London, the iconic Lindley Hall is a Grade II listed building. The hall’s stunning glass-vaulted ceiling lets in an abundance of natural light and can be fully blacked out if required. It’s your blank canvas for every type of event.

Royal Festival Hall

Situated beside the River Thames with fantastic transport links to the popular London Eye, Southbank Centre is at the heart of a sprawling riverside arts quarter. Our wide-ranging artistic programme – music, literature, dance and performance and the visual arts – attracts the most diverse audience of any UK venue.

Saatchi Gallery

The Saatchi Gallery, housed in an iconic and historic Grade II listed building and has large, minimalist and modern interiors which enable pure versatility and flexibility for your event. With world leading contemporary art collections creating an ever changing backdrop for events with space for 1,500 guests.

Serpentine Galleries

The Serpentine Sackler Gallery is a short walk from the original Serpentine Gallery. Both Grade II listed buildings have hosted events ranging from elegant dinners to parties and launches. The arrival of the uniquely designed Serpentine Pavilion is one of the highlights of the summer season and is available for events into early autumn.

Somerset House

This landmark building offers a unique portfolio of both historic and contemporary spaces, as well as the celebrated Courtauld Gallery, all available for daytime or evening entertaining for 2 to 1,500 guests. Our dedicated events team provides a complete event management service, from initial enquiry to on-the-day logistics.

The Old Vic

One of London’s best-loved theatres with a classic Victorian auditorium with seating arranged in a horseshoe shape in front of the stage and triple-tier boxes either side. Spacious front-of-house areas are linked by a central staircase. The back-of-house spaces are just as captivating, such as the 200-capacity rehearsal room.

Village Underground

A blank canvas venue set in a beautiful former Victorian warehouse with many inspiring architectural features; from the huge void of the main atrium, with its ten metre high, glass panelled ceiling, to the fabulous Victorian brickwork. It has a standing capacity of 700 and a seated capacity of up to 250.

Vinyl Factory

The Vinyl Factory Soho is a unique venue located in the heart of central London. It has two rooms covering approximately 6,000 sq ft. and is suitable for exhibitions, presentations, trade and fashion shows, press days, launch parties and so much more.

Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection is a national museum containing unsurpassed displays of French 18th-century art, furniture and porcelain. Situated off London’s busy Oxford Street, Hertford House, home to the Wallace Collection, is a spectacular setting for entertaining and can host a variety of events.

Westminster Abbey

For 1000 years, the Abbey has hosted a fantastic variety of events; the crowning of kings and queens, weddings, christenings and proclamations were all held within this magnificent building. Today, you too can experience the tantalising prospect of celebrating your event in a location steeped in history and complete with 21st century ambience.

Wellington Arch

One of London’s best kept secrets, few people realise that this celebratory arch also doubles as a smart business events and chic party venue, hosting 36 guests for dinner or 75 guests for receptions.

Wilton’s Music Hall

Since 1859, the building has been home to stars of music hall, variety, screen and even the odd music video. Join our illustrious roll call by hiring Wilton's for a wide range of activities - from rehearsals and meetings to parties and celebrations.

Venues outside London include


Aynhoe Park, Northamptonshire

This edge-of-the-Cotswolds private country house which includes its bedrooms and grounds, dining room and dance floor, secret nooks and cosy crannies is available to hire for exclusive full-on blow-out events in the glorious privacy of the Oxfordshire countryside.

Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

The Palace boasts six-party venue options for up to 500 guests, while the Parkland can accommodate marquees for up to 2000 guests. The Palace is surrounded by over 90 acres of Formal Gardens. The landscaped Parkland makes Blenheim Palace a unique and awe-inspiring setting for your event.

Eastnor Castle, Hertfordshire

The Grade 1 listed stately home is situated in Buckighamshire on the banks of the Thames close to Henley. The venue was the inspiration for Toad Hall in book The Wind in the Willows.

Fawley Court, Buckinghamshire

Specially created for entertaining in 1622, the Banqueting House astounded London society, and it still has the power to dazzle and impress today. Designed by Inigo Jones for James I, the building was built in the Palladian style and is one of England’s earliest classical buildings.

Goodwood House, West Sussex

After more than three hundred years of playing host. Whether you want to entertain a few special clients, organise a conference for hundreds of delegates, or arrange a memorable team-bonding exercise.

Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

Once the residence of Queen Elizabeth I , Hatfield House is also associated with Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth II and of course the Cecil Family. Amongst the magnificent grounds of Hatfield House is where you will find our stunning venues, the historic and unique Old Palace and the fresh and contemporary Riding School.

National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

National Museums Scotland offers a collection of spectacular venues to suit every occasion. The Grand Gallery’s soaring glass atrium and sweeping staircases present a breath-taking backdrop for up to 1,500 guests. Directly beneath the Grand Gallery, the Entrance Hall’s vaulted ceilings and stone archways creates a the perfect setting for an elegant pre-dinner reception.

Nymans Gardens, Sussex

A garden lovers' home for all seasons, with an extensive yet intimate garden set around a romantic house and ruins. Nymans is a stunning location to hire for weddings and private events. With many beautiful and romantic settings available for hire.

Sezincote, Gloucestershire

Sezincote is a theatrical and magical venue. The only authentically Mughal palace in northern Europe, the house was built in the Indian style in 1805 and was the inspiration for Brighton Pavilion. It is a uniquely romantic hidden jewel with its onion dome, minarets and curved Orangery enclosing a Persian Garden of Paradise set amongst the green Cotswold hills.

Tryingham Hall, Buckinghamshire

Tyringham Hall is a Grade I listed former home of Sir John Soane set in magnificent parkland in Buckinghamshire.

Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire

The delightful parkland and gardens surrounding Woburn Abbey provide a glorious backdrop and the ideal blank canvas for spectacular and memorable events. At Woburn, interior spaces are intimate, welcoming and comfortable. The atmosphere is one of relaxation and enjoyment, making a stimulating and rewarding experience even more memorable.

Wrotham Park, Hertfordshire

Wrotham is set within 250 acres of Parkland. The house can be used on its own, or in conjunction with a marquee event. The rooms interconnect so movement for guests through the house is easy and fluid. In warmer weather guests may choose to have cocktails on the terrace and enjoy outstanding views over the Estate.