Time Out says
It's all about the ice cream at this Fortnum & Mason spot. However, there's artisan coffee, hot chocolates, open sandwiches and glasses of wine for those who don't fancy getting stuck into the cornets and coupes, sundaes and scoops.
Most do, though. The menu ranges from individual flavours such as Fortnum’s orange marmalade ice cream and G&T sorbets to a knickerbocker glory, a banana split and the 'ultimate white chocolate gold' - a combination of salted caramel and white chocolate ice cream with honeycomb, dark chocolate sauce, gold leaf and Baerii caviar.
Cakes, shakes and boozy floats feature too, alongside savoury options including Welsh rarebit, a Waldorf salad, a coronation chicken sandwich with mango chutney and Fortnum's smoked salmon served with soda bread.
1st floor, Fortnum & Mason
|Cross street:||181 Piccadilly|
|Transport:||Tube: Green Park or Piccadilly Circus tube|
|Price:||Ice cream £8-£15|
|Opening hours:||Open 10am-8pm Mon-Sat; noon-5.30pm Sun|
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Users say (3)
Average User Rating
4.3 / 5
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There's very few places you can gorge on ice cream and feel refined, but The Parlour is definitely one of them. I thought booking a table for two on a Monday afternoon was going to be unnecessary but I'm very glad that I did! It was heaving. Delicious and expensive - everything you'd expect from Fortnum's! Also, I mentioned it was my sister's birthday and they sang a very low-volume-non-embarrassing happy birthday to her. How charming!
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