Dine like the Prime Minister at Parliament’s Peers’ Dining Room 

Dine like the Prime Minister at Parliament’s Peers’ Dining Room 



The dining room will be open to the public for a limited time. 

All eyes are on the United Kingdom’s Palace of Westminster, and who will be the next Prime Minister. In the run up to the General Election, the dissolution of Parliament has taken place. As a result, visitors can visit the Peers’ Dining Room and dine like a politician. 

While it is possible to visit the Palace of Westminster, it’s not often that Peers’ Dining Room opens to the public. From 10 June to 3 July (the day before the General Election), visitors can dine at the venue. Plus, guests will be able to visit the Peers’ Guest Room Bar, which boasts views of the River Thames. 

Peers' Dining Room

Peers’ Dining Room has welcomed a range of past Prime Ministers, from Sir Winston Churchill to Margaret Thatcher. If the walls could talk, it would share fascinating stories about the past. While you’re unlikely to bump into a politician, you can dig into an exciting menu. The summer seasonal menu uses high-quality British ingredients, and includes petit fours, wine, tea and coffee. 

If you plan on visiting Peers’ Dining Room, there is a strict dress code. Sportswear and trainers are not allowed. Forget about snapping your soup, as mobile phones are also banned. Dinner starts from £55 per person. Lunch is served from noon, and last orders are at 2pm. 

The Palace of Westminster is also open to the public with guided tours. The options range from self-guided audio tours to guided tours. Plus, Big Ben tours are available, allowing visitors to tour the Elizabeth Tower. 

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