The Reform Club
- The Reform Club was used for the offices of the minister who calls M in to his office to give her a dressing down over her interest in Dominic Greene in Quantum of Solace (2008).
- The destructive fencing match between Gustav Graves and James Bond in Die Another Day (2002) was filmed in the Reform Club and its courtyard.
- Popular fancy filming location - The Reform Club - was transformed into "The Royale" restaurant for Sherlock Holmes (2009), where Watson and his Fiance, Mary, are interrupted by Holmes.
- Sherlock Holmes filming location: Holmes dines with Watson and his fiance
- Member's club established in the 1850s, designed by Charles Barry and used extensively by the Liberal Party. History permeates every pore of this place.
- Nice ambience, good food, enlightened company.
- #Christmas drinks party here was #memorable
- Very convivial spot
- Make sure to mention any diet requires when making the reservation for high-tea.
- Like stepping back in time, great service really nice surroundings.
- Just a wonderful place
- Have a wedding reception here.
- This gentlemans club was formed in 1832 by supporters of parliamentary reform. From here the fictional Phineas Fogg set off on his journey around the world in 80 days.