One of London's Most Idyllic Outdoor Dining Spaces.
The courtyard is surrounded by a unique turn-of-the-century red brick frieze, depicting scenes from Shakespeare’s Sylvan plays, overlooking a cherub-adorned Victorian fountain.
St. James’ Courtyard is a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of central London, where you can marvel and the craftsmanship of the brick and stonework over a cool drink or a cappuccino and admire the artistry of the turrets, balconies, arches, columns, cornices, gable ends, consoles and copings, all overlaid with scrollwork and bas-reliefs.
We may not be able to guarantee the sunshine in London during the summer, but we can provide delicious sweet treats with our Summer Berry menu.
Enjoy some sensational desserts for just £8.
Enjoy a Champagne flight of three glasses of Laurent Perrier's finest, perfectly paired with canapes for £25 per person.
'If Music be the food of Love, Play On': Act One, Scene One: Twelfth Night.
Music certainly will be playing on in our courtyard every Friday in summer (weather permitting) from 5pm.
Certainly a feast for your senses whilst you enjoy your well earned weekend drink of choice.
Come and Join us this summer!
This hidden gem is a secluded spot for a business lunch, a quiet retreat with friends, an early evening cocktail or dinner around the cherubic fountain.
12pm - 11pm, last orders 10.30pm
Bookings are only taken for groups of 6+ and can only be confirmed 2 weeks in advance due to private events.