The smallest and most intimate of The Savoy’s private dining rooms, Sorcerer is perfect for both social and business lunches and dinners. It is frequently used as a reception area for Mikado to which it is connected.
In response to the enthusiasm for private rooms for smaller events, Sorcerer was created in the late 1920s from two small storage rooms. The new, comfortably cosy private room was named after the 3rd of the Savoy Operas, “The Sorcerer”, as there had been an original Sorcerer dining room elsewhere in The Savoy when the hotel opened in 1889.
With dramatic dark red walls and a unique and distinctive décor; Sorcerer is a small event venue in London full of mystical character and charm.
29 sq m / 317 sq ft