the private cabanas
Your own secret garden in the centre of London …
Surrounded by a hanging garden of jasmine and passionflower, Jurema, our outdoor bar, forms the ‘evergreen heart’ of The Mandrake. We commissioned four artists to bring Jurema in-doors and create four completely unique private dining experiences within our Cabanas.
Each are available for reservation throughout both day and night serving dishes from YOPO and cocktails from Waeska.
Minimum spend applies*
Everyday : 8.00 - 11.00
LUNCH & DINNER
Wednesday to Saturday 12.00 - 23.00
Sunday 12.00 - 22.00
DRESS CODE: Strictly Smart Casual
The Private Cabanas operate a strict dress code of smart/ casual, no ties no trainers, no hoodies after 6pm
* £100 per person minimum spend will apply for Dinner from Thursday to Sunday starting from 4pm.
*£100 per person minimum spend apply for Sunday Brunch.
* £100 per person minimum spend will apply for Lunch on Fridays and Saturdays until 4 pm.
Should your plans change, please let us know 48 hours before your reservation time otherwise cancellation of £25 per person will apply.
This diverse sculptor and artist created a space that raises awareness of indigenous people's fight for survival in modern society. ‘Oshun’ celebrates their history and way of life, the beauty of both nature and natives. This cabana is an invocation of unnamed nature.
Fashion designers, creative directors and visual polymaths collaborate to present a space
of contrast between straight lines and curves, organic and artificial forms, movement and structure, the difficult balance between chaos and order. The room is a reflection of the creative spirit of the designer.
Internationally acclaimed photographer and video artist, Iris Brosch, tells a feminist tale in this space, recreating the realms of tableaux vivants and travels through histories and imagery of our own bodies. The works were created during Iris Brosch 2018 artist in residency at The Mandrake.
The textile designer and painter dedicated this space to the healing power of plants. Inspired by her own original oil painting of nasturtium and clematis flowers, she wanted to create a reflecting immersive experience. Huge flowers and printed walls create a powerfully therapeutic effect for all who enter.
The Mandrake’s renowned fusion of art, culture and design, brings a varied curation of artists, performers, exhibitions and events through our doors; turning the hotel into an ever-changing backdrop for new talent to shine.