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Palm Court at The Langham, London

The Langham Hotel, 1C Portland Place, Regent Street, London, W1B 1JA +44 2036417717

(((() Afternoon Tea
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.

Great menu choice and food was delicious. Service very good. Highly recommend and will be back.

Sue Faulknall 27 August 2015
from London

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Awarded the Tea Guild’s Top London Afternoon Tea Award 2010, Palm Court at The Langham features exquisite design, timeless afternoon tea and stunning modern European cuisine. 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

Contact +44 2079650195
Reservations +44 2036417717

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Customer reviews for Palm Court at The Langham, London

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  • (((** by from Malmö

    It was nice however not as I expected. Like the room was without any windows and no palms. The cakes were too sweet for our taste. The scones and sendwiches were tasty. TAll in all not really worth the price. Here was a problem with the payment and now I´m waiting for it to be fixed. There's an extra charge on my account.

  • (((** by from Glasgow

    Met a friend during a stay in London. Easy to find the hotel and staff warm and friendly approachable and welcoming. We had afternoon tea and neither of us have huge appetites. We enjoyed a glass of fizz then a lemon posset shot glass of delight followed by three finger sandwiches and a tiny brioche bun then one scone and shared five petit cakes Total cost £132 for two which I found to be excessive even for London. For this reason I would not recommend it to any friends as I found it just too over priced for the experience, delightful as the hotel is at Langhams.

  • ((((( by from London

    Great menu choice and food was delicious. Service very good. Highly recommend and will be back.

  • ((((( by from London

    It was fantastic

  • (((** by from Sao Paulo

    We've been regularly visiting the Palm Court for the afternoon tea during the past 4 years. It used to enchant us a lot but I may say, with regret, that this might have been our last visit. The food is lovely, the tea options are quite good and the general ambience very pleasant - even though the service may have seen better days. Thus it may have turned into a pricey offering considering other options one can enjoy in London.

  • ((((( by from Gothenburg

    We had afternoon tea - it was perfect - quite the experience.

  • ((((( by from Ashford

    The Langham is like walking into the thirties with it's ethereal ambience. The food was beautiful as it was delicious and the champagne in the offer was exquisite. I would definitely recommend it just for the experience.

  • (((** by from London

    The Tea and Scones were lovely. BUT the sandwhichs were stale and tasted as if though they had been sat in the fridge all day and the chocolate bread with Salmon was awful. The cakes looked amazing but just tasted sugar and cheep bubblegum flavours. I was also dispointed in my Jam it was cheep and nasty no freshness about it. For [$] pound a head I was deeply disapointed as I don't even serve stale frigde bread in my house. Bread should be fluffy and soft not ice cold with crusty edges. They make a wonderful tea and scone but I would not return and will be having tea at the Ritz or Claridges as these venues cannot be faulted.

  • ((((( by from Manchester

    We had booked afternoon tea for 5.30, but staff were happy to change us to 3.15 on request. The service was attentive without being obsequious and the food was exceptional. Highly recommended as a special treat (though mobiles should be banned!)

  • ((((( by from Chester

    We booked the afternoon tea and went for the dearer option. The food looked exquisite and tasted as good as it looked. A wonderful treat with a very good friend. The service was exemplary.

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