Palm Court at the Langham Hotel
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Posted: Wed Oct 8 2014
The centre piece of The Langham, London, the dazzling Palm Court is famed as the place where the tradition of afternoon tea was born over 140 years ago, an indulgence that lives on today. All day dining is served with timeless elegance and as the work day becomes evening time, the change of day can be celebrated with your choice of your favourite fizz from an extensive Champagne list and served in a striking bespoke coupe glass.
Average User Rating
4.2 / 5
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Very beautiful dining room - one of the nicest in the area. The food is fairly pricey. I have eaten there twice and the first time I had a very good steak which could have been a little hotter. Tonight I ate superb lamb chops and dauphinoise potatoes. I think this is going to be an excellent place once they have smoothed out a few teething problems (please stop serving food on bread boards or in saucepans!)
We've been there 3 times now and absolutely loved it. The atmosphere is so nice, specially the big fireplace. The food was lovely every time and the wine list is refreshingly different.
Looked very promosing, friendly welcome, interesting decor, meals came to the table in disjointed manner, my food very disappointing, steak cold served on wooden platter with tasteless potatoes, Duck overcooked, others meals OK, gave me discount but then charged VAT on bill ,strange, they need to do better