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 - 00:00 Saturday: 08:30 - 00:00 Sunday: 12:30 - 15:00.
Amazing restaurant with a great atmosphere. Staff are friendly with excellent service. We had the set menu deal which we could not fault. Overall 10/10
16 July 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 glamorous haven featuring plush blue and red velvet, 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 tiger prawn penne pasta with garlic and tomatoes, or wild mushroom and truffle macaroni cheese.
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
((((* 26 July 2016 by Peter Batchelor from Maldon
Had dinner recently at the Palm Court and the food, service, ambience and décor were all very good. There is a very good feel about the restaurant which leaves you to enjoy the experience of the food which was wonderful, the fish dishes which I had were perfectly presented and cooked. The service was excellent and the décor in the restaurant is lovely.
My only gripe was that the wine is slightly overpriced, but hey this is a restaurant in a nice Hotel in Central London, so what do you expect.
If you have the opportunity visit the very trendy bar first or after for a cocktail.
((((( 25 July 2016 by Gillian Content from Medway
Lovely food great friendly service. The pea soup and the hen egg starters were delicious and cod cooked perfectly. Dessert well I have no idea how the chocolate mousse managed to look so decadent and taste so good. Throughly enjoyed every moment. The attention of the staff was just right. My only criticism was possibly a little too quick between courses
((((( 24 July 2016 by Nicola Gardiner from London
Excellent the seetung is beautiful the staff were very efficient snd friendly and the food was superb.
(((** 24 July 2016 by Peter Curnow from London
We( a group) of 3 chose the £35 set menu with 3 courses and a glass of Prosecco. The menu was varied although the main courses were somewhat strange with cod on a bed of backed beans,a very small dish of spaghetti and a breast of chicken served in a somewhat unexciting manner.The other courses were very imaginative and the service excellent.The piano player was somewhat loud and even though I accept it is part of the ambiance of the Palm Court restaurant it grated on one of my guests who was pleased when he took a short break
((*** 23 July 2016 by Brenda Stephens from Borehamwood
Great dining experience. The food was amazing and the staff attentive without bothering you. The ambience was lovely and they even brought out scale with a candle whilst the pianist played happy birthday - and this was only mentioned in passing when I asked one of the staff to take a picture of us both
((*** 23 July 2016 by Rita Bassi from London
Not worth it for the food which was mediocre at best.
Surroundings were nice.
(((** 23 July 2016 by Ruth Queally from London
The food was good, but not exceptional, with the exception of the dessert (chocolate mouse with raspberry coulis & fruit) which was lovely. The spaghetti with sauce was similar to something I'd rustle up quickly at home, only a much smaller portion! Staff were pleasant and the place was smart, but felt more like eating in a hotel lobby than a restaurant, plus there were a lot of casual diners with kids on ipads/phones which took away from the ambience. Didn't feel great value for money but was a pleasant evening.
((((* 21 July 2016 by Blake Crozier from London Borough of Camden
Unfortunately we chose 19 July, the hottest (34 degrees) day for many a year, to visit the Langham Palm Court for tea. The champagne was delicious as was the sweet strawberry, elderflower , apricot starter. I realized I had cooled down and felt at a comfortable relaxed temperature throughout. The service was excellent with smiling faces which appeared genuine. My favourite had to be the cucumber with a cream cheese/chive mix sandwich then the egg and truffle sandwich. The scones with wonderful butter and perfect strawberry jam, not too sweet, were good but I was disappointed with the chocolate dominated finale though the strawberry 'profiterole' tasted slightly sharp and was very 'light' which I appreciated after all the sandwiches and scones we had eaten. As they make a feature of this being a Wedgewood Tea, served on rather unimaginative Wedgewood I might add, and tea being an English tradition I did feel something other than the chocolate finale was required. As an English woman myself I do recall my Grandmother's Teas ending with a Victoria sponge - a light cake perfect for summertime - and am sure the patissierer would be able to create something tasty and 'light as air' for an impressive finale.
I was surprised the Ladies Room was far away from the Palm Court, and downstairs, with no clear directions but the staff were helpful.
((((* 21 July 2016 by Lesley Howe from Blacon
Lovely experience especially for a special anniversary lunch. Everyone was welcoming and courteous. The Prosecco we were offered was delicious and certainly not a bland fizzy affair that is often the case nowadays. The bread and olive oil are worthy of mention as are all the dishes we enjoyed. However the whiskey smoked salmon and beetroot was just beautiful as was the spaghetti dish and the chicken .......really lovely. I am not usually a desserts person but the ones on offer here were ones I would certainly have again - the crime brûlée and pineapple pannacotta were exquisite. At the end of the meal we were offered a small special celebratory cup cake which was packed i a customised box to take away - a really memorable meal. The experience would not quite have been the same without the skilled pianist who played a perfect selection of melodies throughout.
((((( 21 July 2016 by Rahul from Chigwell
Great service and great food. Would highly recommend.
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