Terrace on Piccadilly

(1102 Reviews)
21 Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BH
British, Steaks & Grills, Afternoon Tea

Top offer

Peter Rabbit Afternoon Tea - Adults: £39 per person - Children: £29 per person

Available Monday - Sunday from 12:30 - 17:00, subject to availability Menu subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service charge Available as of the 3rd of February

Average

Main course: £17
Food spend: £35

Opening hours

Monday: 10:00 - 22:00
Tuesday to Friday: 07:00 - 10:30, 12:00 - 14:30 & 17:30 - 22:00
Saturday & Sunday: 07:00 - 11:00, 12:30 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 22:00.

Restaurant description

Inside a spectacular glass atrium and commanding breathtaking views, The Terrace On Piccadilly at Le Méridien Piccadilly is elevated above the bustle of Piccadilly Circus in this stunning 5-star hotel. Serving a fantastic range of AA Rosette-awarded dishes and a delicious themed afternoon tea, guests can also head outdoors to the terrace during warmer weather.

The Terrace On Piccadilly menu serves classic cuisine with a contemporary twist infused with flavours from across the globe. Enjoy an al fresco lunch or afternoon tea on the balcony during summer, while visit for live music every Thursday evening.

The glass atrium on the roof terrace floods the room with natural light and the Terrace Restaurant features luscious greenery throughout, creating an oasis of calm and providing a stylish setting, perfect for afternoon tea.

At the Terrace On Piccadilly, the renowned Peter Rabbit™ Afternoon Tea celebrates this much-loved childhood story. Tuck into tasty sweets and savouries inspired by the classic Beatrix Potter tale, from the Caught In A Twist sandwich to the Every Bunny’s Favourite carrot cake, suited for both little ones and adults alike.

Afternoon Tea at Le Méridien Piccadilly offers a special vegetable patch box for children to tuck into, so diners can bring little ones to the Peter Rabbit™ Afternoon Tea to enjoy the experience alongside their family in a stunning bright and airy setting that perfectly matches Peter’s tale.

Skillfully blending its dramatic setting with classically restrained elegance, The Terrace On Picadilly at Le Méridien Piccadilly restaurant is a mere stone’s throw, being 3 minutes, from Piccadilly Circus Tube Station.

Customer reviews for Terrace on Piccadilly
4.2
(based on 1102 reviews)

90%
of diners recommend this restaurant

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Recommended for

  • afternoon tea (269)
  • al fresco (82)
  • breakfast (76)
  • business (239)
  • child friendly (31)
  • dinner (729)
  • entertainment (56)
  • large parties (148)
  • lunch (477)
  • luxury (263)
  • private dining (177)
  • romantic (337)
  • trendy (123)
  • value (259)
  • views (274)
  • By Regina N from LONDON
    13 March 2020

    The service was well executed and the food was good and tasty. Great fine dining.

  • By Mary B from WEMBLEY
    9 March 2020

    I love dining at the Terrace, especially when they offer a *Star* deal. I've always found the service to be excellent, professional, and friendly, and the food is of a high gourmet standard. The star deal has a more limited menu, but as far as I can tell, everyone I've been with and myself have all been delighted with our choices. It's a lovely, tranquil venue, and easy to get to.

  • By Ann B from Piccadily
    23 February 2020

    Brought friends here recently and they were impressed by hotel,service-especially unlimited procecco!,food and value for money. I go a lot and it’s always good-keep going! Thank you

  • By Michelle S from London
    22 February 2020

    We had a great evening at the Terrace. Our group had the unlimited bubbles option and it really was unlimited, our glasses were never empty. One of our party was a little late but the rest of us just started drinking whilst we were waiting - she had a lot of catching up to do!!! The food was amazing. Its a small set menu but there is something for everyone and they were accommodating of allergies / food intolerances. The restaurant wasn't that busy for a saturday - not that we noticed, and it meant that we weren't kicked out. £42 plus service charge is a bit expensive, but when you factor in how much you drink it makes it value for money. though an espresso cost £4!!! now that is extortionate for a diddy cup of coffee. The only other 'gripe' is that it took ages to find the restaurant. Google maps kept trying to send me to Regent's Street and there is no signage to say that the restaurant is in the hotel. I would definitely go back.

  • By John M from Kings Langley
    21 February 2020

    Lovely supper at the Terrace on Piccadilly on Friday night. Great food and nice ambience. We had the bottom-less Prosecco deal which was very good value. Friendly attentive servers. Lovely evening - thank you :)

  • By Ilaria L from London
    21 February 2020

    Food and prosecco were good. Good service as well!

  • By Karema E from Twickenham
    17 February 2020

    Food was delicious and prosecco flowed. Friendly staff and restaurant is beautiful and light with all the glass windows

  • By Barry W from London
    14 February 2020

    A lovely meal and setting

  • By Simon G from London
    14 February 2020

    Very goood food, very bad service

  • By Vicki C from Kent
    12 February 2020

    choose here as a friend ate here the week before and said how good it was. we chose the free flowing prosecco menu, the sweetcorn soup was lovely and so was the wendsleydale tart, the beef was nice, but you defo need sides with it, as the brie potato is small, i had the sea bream, which was nice, slightly over salted for me. the lemon posset was a nice end to my meal, the rhubarb dessert was a cold one even with the custard being cold, which was a suprise? the prosecco is free flowing and your glass is kept topped up! the venue is nice and had a nice ambience! only grip was the smokers kept going outside onto the balcony which was quite near our table and one group even decided to leave the door open! some sort of second door to this entrance would be great, because the cold draught was annoying and i imagine in the summer because it’s a glass roof it could be hot in the venue and if the door was then left open you may get a wiff of smoke whilst eating!!

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Terrace on Piccadilly
21 Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BH

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