Looking for a summer party venue that oozes charm and sophistication? Look no further than Cafe Rouge St Pauls summer party venue, where you can enjoy a little slice of Paris right in the heart of London. Boasting stunning views of the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral, this bistro is the perfect spot for hosting an unforgettable summer celebration.
The Cafe Rouge St Pauls summer party venue is a feast for the eyes, with its hand-foiled ceilings, gold-leaf screens, bespoke marble bar, and vintage marble tile flooring. The pièce de résistance, however, is the specially commissioned ‘Cityscape’ artwork of Paris meets London mural that adorns one of the walls, adding an extra touch of elegance to the already chic venue.
Whether you’re a London local or just visiting the city, Cafe Rouge St Pauls is not to be missed. With its lower level seating area, this venue is perfect for hosting a semi-private lunch or dinner or a networking event. But for those looking to take things up a notch, the venue can also be hired exclusively with a DJ and dancing, making it the perfect spot for a summer party that will be talked about for years to come.
No matter what type of event you’re looking to host, Cafe Rouge St Pauls summer party venue is sure to impress your guests. With its stunning views, elegant decor, and delicious French cuisine, it’s the perfect spot to create memories that will last a lifetime. So why wait? Book your summer party at Cafe Rouge St Pauls today!
Georg Strasser9 months ago
Brunch: great value for money (for London). English breakfast was tasty. Minus one star: place is dirty - even at the beginning of the shift, how's that possible? Cannot rate lunch or dinner which seems to be not worth coming for.
Sheida Jama year ago
We had an afternoon tea. The pastry was not fresh. Not good quality and tasted old. The duck steak was great though I've been charged extra for the second tea which was included in my afternoon tea
Harriet Ho2 months ago
I was not very satisfied with the beef bourguignon that i ordered. First of all, it only came out warm, not hot that I would expect it to be. There was such a small portion of beef in comparison to the mushrooms and the price for it all was abysmal considering the portion. Their other dishes had bigger portions at slightly lower prices Chocolate fondant was nice. I enjoyed the slight nutty taste to it but again, their desserts were quite pricy. Staff were nice and service is prompt. However, I wouldn’t consider going back to this place anytime soon
Ben Va year ago
Food was generally good but the mains could have been hotter. The burger was tepid at best. The reason for 2 stars is the service. Wow, been a long time since I had the bill slipped on my table 45 minutes after I’d sat down. I was mortified about that and it ruined the evening for me
Radhika Kumtaa month ago
Pancakes - just looking at them I could tell what a treat I was in for. Boy, was I right. These are by far the worst pancakes I have ever had. They were dry and tasted as though someone used a circle stencil on a slice of bread and served it up with some bananas sliced yesterday. The maple syrup from a bottle was the only saving grace as it prevented the dry bread.. I mean ‘pancake’ from getting stuck in my throat. Eggs Benedict- super fresh, as in freshly pulled out of the fridge. Cold hollandaise on cold poached egg on cold ham on cold, dry English muffin - Yum. It was a good idea to provide us with a sharp knife or else it would have been impossible to cut through the muffin. 10/10 would visit again - St Paul’s cathedral, not this red cafe.