Palm Court at The Langham, London
The Langham Hotel, 1C Portland Place, Regent Street, London, W1B 1JA +44 2036417717
- Main course: £14
- Food spend: £35
- Opening hours
- Monday to Thursday: 06:30 - 23:00 Friday: 06:30 - 11:30 Saturday: 08:30 - 11:30 Sunday: 08:30 - 22:30.
Fantastic service, fabulous ambience and delicious food. What more could you ask for?
20 November 2016
Showcasing a Tea Guild Award-winning afternoon tea crafted by Creme de la Creme judge Cherish Finden, Palm Court at The Langham features exquisite design, plus stunning modern European cuisine created in collaboration with celebrity chefs Albert Roux OBE and Michel Roux Jr. The elegant pianist and exemplary service make Palm Court Langham diners feel like royalty.
A glamourous haven featuring plush white and beige luxury seating, Palm Court Langham near Goodge Street is famed as the place where the tradition of afternoon tea was born over 140 years ago. Renowned as Europe’s 1st ‘Grand Hotel,’ the dazzling grandeur of the 5-star Langham is instantly recognisable with the chic design, hand crafted iron gates and 7 stunning floors.
Holding Tea Guild membership, The Palm Court afternoon tea menu includes a selection of over 30 teas from around the globe, explained by the fine tea sommelier. The afternoon tea devotee can indulge in delicious Palm Court cakes, miniature pastries, fresh scones and delicate finger sandwiches, along with a few unique twists.
The refined Palm Court Langham menu offers an eclectic mix of British and international dishes, featuring culinary delights such as saffron tagliatelle, grilled veal t-bone, and spiced lamb tagine.
An oasis of sumptuous tranquillity, The Palm Court restaurant in London's West End has a relaxed ambience with plush sofas and an exquisite aroma of tea. Palm Court London is within easy reach of West End theatres.
Palm Court at The Langham, London
The Langham Hotel, 1C Portland Place, Regent Street, London, W1B 1JA
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Customer reviews for Palm Court at The Langham, London
((((( 3 December 2016 by Ben Colgate from Ashford
The meal was absolutely superb. Nothing to fault. Service was excellent and the decor and ambiance, sublime. Bottled water somewhat expensive in comparison to wine!
((((* 3 December 2016 by Jean Walden from London
Received well, dining table a little small for 2 people. Had an email previous day refering to Afternoon Tea, arrived and had the Festive meal which l had booked through yourselves. Starter Dorset Crab for was *****. Main course pollock superb, main course barbery duck skin could have been crisper, cranberry would have been better served seperately.
((((* 3 December 2016 by Billy Over from London
The setting is beautiful, 1920s art-deco inspired. My wife and I loved the live music from the piano, drums and double bass and it wasn't too loud.
The festive cocktail was delicious. I enjoyed the venison pate (its quite a large portion) and my wife really liked the crab ravioli. Unfortunately the second course wasn't quite as good. we had the duck and the risotto. The risotto was very cheesey and it was really all you could taste and the duck (the menu is not accurate, there is no 'boudin blanc' and no cheesecake) was tastey but quite tough.
Staff were pleasant.
((((( 2 December 2016 by Catherine Marks from Thorpe Bay
A lovely, peaceful setting just off the buzz of Regent Street. Friendly, efficient welcome. We'd opted for the 3 course offer with seasonal cocktail, a gin based drink that tasted like mince pie in a glass - gorgeous ! Our starters were delicious, especially mine which looked like a bird's nest with a yummy egg nestled underneath and all sorts of tasty morsels, such as chestnuts tucked away inside. I had duck breast and dug leg made into a little ball, both of which were wonderful. Husband had fish, which was also good. Then to cap off a truly exceptional meal was the most delicious chocolate mouse you can imagine, encased in a red velvet dusting with meringue Christmas trees on top! The atmosphere was relaxed, with staff admirably coping with different types of diners (light lunch, afternoon tea, a la carte etc). The food looked and tasted amazing - we will definitely be back for more.
(((** 2 December 2016 by Krystina Persano from London
I booked this deal as a treat for my elderly mother, I had booked the lunch offer, which was on my booking online. We arrived tired after shopping with quite a few bags and we taken to a table which apparently was for the afternoon tea area,even though it was before one o'clock. I did tell the girl at the desk that we were there for lunch,but she later told us that on their system we were down for tea. We were given less comfortable chairs and our waiter a young Hungarian man was very friendly and professional,he made up for the girl who was not particularly apologetic. I do feel that an offer of a free drink could have been made due to this mistake by the staff.
((((( 30 November 2016 by Roger Prowse from London
Excellent meal, superb service and attention.
((((( 29 November 2016 by Christopher Haldron from london
fantastic evening, food and experience
((((( 28 November 2016 by Amanda Hadley from walton-on-Thames
Excellent evening with superb service in a friendly atmosphere with fine foods and wine plus the bonus of live jazz in the background
((*** 23 November 2016 by Paul Owen from Bexleyheath
Overall we were not impressed.The original offer dated 1st September was headed Michael Roux Jr at the Langham 3 courses and prosecco £37, but this was not the Roux restaurant at the Landau but the Palm Court (which seems to be for afternnon tea and not a proper restaurant with tables and chairs). Comparing the set menus between this and the Roux restaurant, for the same price, there seems to be more choice, although ours did include prosecco , the Roux menu includes coffee and petits fours. Mentioning coffee, I think that £6.00 per cup is expensive, especially when it arrived before the dessert and not after, as normal and was therefore cool when drunk (and for £6.00 we were expecting at least a chocolate with it - we have taken up many of your offers and even Koffmann's only charges £4.00 for coffee). The food was only OK,, the main course had no meat options and the desserts were small portions.The service was good, although it seemed that although there were many staff, they were still rushed off their feet (the restaurant was too busy) and could therefore not give enough individual attention.
For the record, this is the first time I have replied to your comments e-mail although we have used Bookatable on many other occasoons (11).and for the most part have been pleased.
((((* 21 November 2016 by Jonathan Barnes from London
Delightful evening. Unhurried service, less formal than The Landau and very relaxed. Food excellent - good portion sizes. Surprised to have to select dessert option at the start of the meal!! Great vibe with musicians playing for most of the evening.
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