I booked afternoon tea for a birthday treat and although the hotel looked fantastic i'm afraid the afternoon tea didn't live up to my expectations. I expected more than 4 finger sandwiches, 3 miniature scones and 5 of the smallest cakes I have ever seen.The hotel advertises a dress code for afternoon tea yet guests where there in sweat shirts.Overall we were disappointed and didn't get the experience we expected.
London is a good afternoon tea shop, but I went to lunch, the pasta is delicious, the seafood is fresh, the salmon is a little fat, can not eat a lot, the service fee is 15 [%].
Afternoon tea is OK, is decorated too young girl, full of pink, the big men go quite awkward, drink a little and the expected a little difference, traditional English black tea is not much, but a lot of various beverages.
The setting is very exquisite and it is well designed to give you a glimpse
Palm Court is a restaurant in the E&O Hotel, the place is very elegant, you can also enjoy the sea view. Comfortable sofa seats can sit for a long time, the environment is also quiet and elegant. Classic English afternoon tea, three layers of pastry shelves very rich, salty sandwiches, dessert cakes, and can not be less Sikang, each can also order a pot of tea. Recommended for their opera, chocolate is very rich, napoleon cake cream is light not too sweet, scon outer belt chewy inside soft, with cream and jam, large portion, eat almost half full.
Smoked salmon sandwich
Langham palm court is said to be the birthplace of english afternoon tea, 140 years old. But super general, the service is mediocre, the environment inside and its muggy hot breathless, the tea is good, but there is a pot on the end that actually appears to be such a mistake of cold water blisters, the tableware is very good looking fine bone china wedgwood