After centuries of entertaining, 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 and perfectly encapsulated the Langham legend.

As the birthplace of afternoon tea, the Palm Court restaurant continues this tradition with new interiors that allow a 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 casual yet refined atmosphere, offering original recipes and classic French dishes inspired by the iconic Grand cafes of Europe.

With furnishing by Interdecor, the restaurant’s new menu conceived by Executive Chef Chris King, in partnership with Chez Roux, will offer a variety of dishes, available seven days a week. Delicacies include Salade Perigourdine, a Chicken Pojarski, heralding the grand era of the 19th century, Split-roast coquelet a la biere, and Praline profiteroles with a twist.

The new Palm Court menu is available seven days a week including bank holidays between 5.30pm and 10.30pm on Sunday-Thursday and between 5.30pm and midnight on Friday and Saturday.