Pop-up restaurant to open - in Parliament
It is billed as a venue with "a sense of grandeur and political intrigue unlike any other restaurant".
Lunch prepared by the award-winning in-house team of chefs will set you back £45 per person, while an evening meal is £65 each, with places strictly limited.
You will also be able to enjoy "a preprandial drink" in the Pugin Room bar.
A spokesman said: "As part of a programme to increase public engagement with Parliament the House of Commons are pleased to offer the opportunity to dine in the magnificent surroundings of one of its grandest dining rooms, the Members' Dining Rooms for lunch and dinner, where seasonal ingredients from across the United Kingdom are paired with sublime presentation and elegance.
" At one time intended as a conference room and known as the ‘Painted Chamber’ after a room in the old medieval Palace of Westminster, Members’ Dining Room was created in 1871 following demands for more dining facilities.
"Expertly crafted by our in house team of award winning chefs, the menu is effortlessly stylish and celebrates fine British cuisine, modern and refined with the focus on seasonal ingredients.