Occupying the sensational former Bank of New York building on Leadenhall Street in the City of London, Prism oozes with the glamour and power of the 1920s financial world.
The spacious Brasserie, with its impressive high ceiling and classic columns, makes it an excellent dining venue that at night becomes a sophisticated Lounge Cocktail Bar and Brasserie.
The Brasserie offers a relaxed ambience and great cuisine in a landmark building at the heart of the City.
BOOK A TABLE
To complete your online booking please fill in the form to the left, entering your reservation details. You can make a booking for a table of up to seven people. If your party number is larger than this then please call Prism Brasserie directly on 020 7256 3875.
You can use our online booking system or contact us.
Tel 020 7256 3888
Fax 0870 191 6045
Please note that we can cater for vegetarians or anyone with specific dietary requirements. Please make reception aware of these requirements when reserving a table.
Prism is available for breakfasts in our private rooms.
Mon-Fri: 12:00 noon-5:30pm
Afternoon tea must be pre-booked. From Thursday 22 November until Thursday 20 December, Afternoon Tea will be available from 3pm-5:30pm
Licensed until midnight. Closed at weekends unless hired exclusively.
Prism Brasserie Chef
Prism Head Chef Daniel Sherlock is passionate about well sourced ingredients and his brasserie style menu features a enticing selection of simple British and modern European dishes.
If you would like to read more about Daniel please CLICK HERE.
Private Events and Weddings
Prism Brassiere offers four beautiful and versatile venues, which may be hired individually or as a whole for all your function requirements, including weddings and corporate events for up to 350 guests.
EXCLUSIVE HIRE & PRIVATE DINING
0207 803 3877
WEDDINGS AT PRISM
0207 256 firstname.lastname@example.org
From movie nights to wine dinners and exciting master classes. To view all that’s happening at Prism please click here
What the critics say
"The Square Mile houses several restaurants, but few as impressive as this one” (The AA Restaurant Guide 2009)