More about Palm Court at The Langham, London
Showcasing a Tea Guild Award-winning afternoon tea crafted by Creme de la Creme judge Cherish Finden, Palm Court at The Langham features exquisite design, plus stunning modern European cuisine created in collaboration with celebrity chefs Albert Roux OBE and Michel Roux Jr. The elegant pianist and exemplary service make diners at this historic hotel feel like royalty.
A glamourous haven featuring plush white and beige luxury seating, Palm Court Langham near Goodge Street is famed as the place where the tradition of afternoon tea was born over 140 years ago. Renowned as Europe’s 1st ‘Grand Hotel,’ the dazzling grandeur of the 5-star Langham is instantly recognisable with the chic design, hand crafted iron gates and 7 stunning floors.
Holding Tea Guild membership, The Palm Court afternoon tea menu includes a selection of over 30 teas from around the globe, explained by the fine tea sommelier. The afternoon tea devotee can indulge in delicious Palm Court cakes, miniature pastries, fresh scones and delicate finger sandwiches, along with a few unique twists.
The refined Palm Court Langham menu offers an eclectic mix of British and international dishes, featuring culinary delights such as saffron tagliatelle, grilled veal t-bone, and spiced lamb tagine.
An oasis of sumptuous tranquillity, The Palm Court restaurant in London's West End has a relaxed ambience with plush sofas and an exquisite aroma of tea. Palm Court London is within easy reach of West End theatres.