Palm Court Restaurant, Glamour at The Langham London
Recently relaunched I had a wonderful evening at the Palm Court, a perfect setting for a luxurious evening in their sumptuous luxury restaurant which reminds me of the golden era of Hollywood, plenty of crushed silk cushions and comfort, with a sounds of swing and jazz played live.
As with Legends, Grand Dame establishments evolve over time. After centuries of entertaining the great and good of society, the Palm Court has revealed its new guise to coincide with the 150th year of The Langham, London.
As the heart of the hotel, the Palm Court has historically provided a getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and perfectly encapsulated the Langham legend.
I have attached an example of the menu which was all of a high standard. Do not expect nouvelle cuisine but food suitable for entertaining and enjoyment.
Without demeaning the culinary excellence in any way I think it’s the setting and ambience that really makes it.
I particularly enjoyed the steak and puddings.
A perfect venue to take a lady friend or a small group of friends or family where you want a bit of upmarket pampering.
As the birthplace of Afternoon Tea, the Palm Court restaurant continues this legendary tradition with new interiors that allow a natural transition from a daytime to evening dining experience. Designed by Richmond International – the team behind the new Langham Club Lounge and six-bedroom Sterling Suite – the new Palm Court provides a home away from home, in a casual yet refined atmosphere, offering original recipes and classic French dishes inspired by the Grand cafes of iconic Europe.
With furnishing by Interdecor, the new restaurant will appeal to aspirational guests and frequent travellers with a sense of style. A new menu conceived by Executive Chef Chris King, in partnership with Chez Roux, will tempt visitors to a variety of dishes, available seven days a week, ideal for indulgent evenings or early bites. Delicacies include ‘Salade Perigourdine’, ‘Spit-roast coquelet à la bière’, ‘Praline profiteroles’ and much more.
The new Palm Court menu is available 7 days a week including Bank Holidays between 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm on Sunday-Thursday and between 5:30 pm to 12:00 midnight on Friday and Saturday