The House of Commons is pleased to offer the opportunity to dine in the magnificent surroundings of one of its grandest dining rooms – The Strangers’ Dining Room.

Originally a Peers’ committee room that was later transformed into a dining facility in approximately 1867, The Strangers’ Dining Room was renamed during the interwar period. When Parliament is in session, the room is used by Members to meet their guests and these visitors are referred to as ‘Strangers’.

The House of Commons is a very British affair with the promise of courteous service and top end British cuisine. Seasonal ingredients from across the United Kingdom will be paired with sublime presentation and elegance, for a truly unique pop-up dining experience.

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