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Palm Court Brasserie

39 King Street, London, WC2E 8JS

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Main course: £18
Food spend: £40
Opening hours
Open from 12:00 to 24:00, Sunday to Thursday (last orders 23:00). Open from 12:00 to 01:00 on Friday and Saturday (last orders 24:00).

We love this restaurant...a real gem,

Christine Thompson 24 September 2016
from Harwich

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Nestled in a quaint, authentic setting overlooking the iconic Piazza, Palm Court Brasserie Covent Garden serves sublime modern European cuisine. Lovingly crafted in a 1920s art nouveau style, the dining room boasts effortless Parisian chic.

Offering an eclectic range of cuisine in the heart of cosmopolitan Covent Garden, the Palm Court Brasserie menu presents classic French dishes alongside sumptuous pan-Mediterranean choices. The ever-popular, cleansing taste of moules mariniere is offset by a rich and spicy Moroccan casserole with cous cous and flaked almonds.

As well as fun and fruity cocktails, Palm Court Brasserie restaurant presents a varied yet selective wine list, ranging from crisp whites to complex, aromatic reds. The tempting dessert menu lures those with a sweet tooth, with classic crème brulee and Valrhona chocolate tart with Cointreau mousse offering rich, decadent flavours.

In a vibrant area of London, Palm Court Brasserie is nestled just 3 minutes’ walk from Covent Garden Tube Station.

Palm Court Brasserie

39 King Street, London, WC2E 8JS

Contact +44 2072402939

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Customer reviews for Palm Court Brasserie

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97% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • lunch (616)
  • value (536)
  • romantic (313)
  • large parties (157)
  • private dining (136)
  • business (124)
  • trendy (110)
  • afternoon tea (72)
  • luxury (59)
  • child friendly (47)
  • entertainment (42)
  • al fresco (22)
  • breakfast (19)
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  • ((((( by from London

    Great atmosphere and service in the heart of Covent Garden. Excellent quality and good value for money.

  • ((((( by from Hawkinge

    Lovely cosy brasserie, fab attentive waiters, gorgeous food at an incredible price

  • ((((( by from london

    Excellent meal, very busy even at 5.30pm. 3 courses for £23 and prosecco, Delicious baked brie in filo followed by beef bourguignon, had to pay extra for sides / veges, and added service was 12.5% , quick service, very attentive waiter, couldnt fault it. Very reasonable for meal in Covent Garden

  • ((((* by from Reigate and Banstead District

    Very good food but noisy

  • ((((( by from Eastbourne

    Excellent in all respects.
    Setting beautiful, atmosphere vibrant and great staff.
    Food totally stunning.
    Will return !

  • ((((( by from london

    I took my girlfriend here for her birthday on a special deal. The starter of lentil soup and grilled brie with cranberry sauce was very appetizing. The mains of medium rare lam and roasted vegetables was succulent. The rainbow trout on spinach and prawns was well presented and enjoyable.

    Creme brulee to finish, definitely a wonderful meal and experience. I liked the waiter too who was friendly and not pushy.

  • ((((( by from Eastbourne

    Very nice Kir Royale to start and all 3 of us thought the quality of the food was very good. How nice to get very hot plates and the service was attentive, professional and friendly. Good value.

  • ((((( by from City of Westminster

    Very nice french brasserie with delicious food and nice atmosphere. Perfect for a dinner with friend on a week day: not too crowdy or noisy, you can enjoy your food and relax.

  • ((((( by from Ewhurst

    Very welcoming Maitre Di, after some initial confusion as to which deal we were on, we were settled at a nice table and presented with the menu and our glass of Kir Royale (went straight to our heads!) The menu was a choice of 3 starters, 5 mains and 4 desserts. Doesn't sound that challenging but turned out to be quite difficult to make up our minds. We opted to have a side at additional expense on the main, but really it wasn't required, so think about how hungry you are! The dessert (we both chose the same), was of gargantuan proportions (and delicious), so be warned. We didn't look at the wine list and just had tap water to drink, so no further info there. Tea to finish and with service, a two hour lunch cost us £64. We though that wasn't bad value. BTW, the food was nicely cooked and presented and there was plenty of it

  • ((((( by from london

    I went with a friend for the star deal and have been before. Loved the restaurant on my first visit and it was excellent once again on my second visit. The atmosphere is excellent and the food as well. I had the brie starter, beef main and sorbet pudding, all of which were exceptional.

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