Located in the heart of Belgravia, Mosimann’s Club is one of the most prestigious dining clubs in the world.
Exclusive and discreet, Mosimann’s members come from the world over to enjoy its exemplary cuisine, wines and bespoke service, set in the luxurious yet intimate atmosphere of a stunningly converted 19th-century church. Their motto of “passion for excellence” has characterised Anton Mosimann’s revolutionary innovations in fine food and remains superbly evident in every flavour that graces the palate in a Mosimann’s culinary experience. Members can enjoy Champagne, cocktails and canapés at the Members’ Bar, a fine meal in the intimate grandeur of the Main Dining Room or a memorable event in one of the seven Private Dining Rooms.
Non-members are also entitled to the benefit of booking any one of the Private Dining Rooms (room hire fees apply). The rooms have been luxuriously appointed by distinguished marques including Lalique, Bentley, Garrard, Davidoff and Montblanc and are perfect for groups from two to 50 (up to 80 for canapés and cocktails).
Born into a family of restaurateurs, their Founder and Chairman Anton Mosimann trained in some of the most famous establishments in the world and was appointed Mâitre Chef des Cuisines at the Dorchester Hotel in London at the age of 28 – the youngest ever to hold this position. During his 13-year tenure he was awarded two Michelin stars, the first time such an accolade had been given to a hotel restaurant outside of France.
In 1988 Anton acquired a Scottish Presbyterian church and created Mosimann’s Club, with a distinguished list of members enjoying his signature light yet flavourful cuisine.