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Palm Court Brasserie

39 King Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8JS

Established over 16 years ago and positioned in the heart of Theatreland, Palm Court Brasserie guarantees its reputation as one of Covent Garden's most established dining and drinking experiences with a stunning refurbishment and menu overhaul. Opened by London restaurateur Brian Stein, it has been lovingly crafted to recreate a classically 1920's art nouveau environment. The intimate restaurant is perfectly suited for long, leisurely chats over a bottle of choice Chardonnay, or other choices from the vineyards of France, Italy and the New World, enhanced by a welcoming selection of dishes from the bar menu. The walls are adorned with carefully selected images conducive to the art-deco feel and the eye is drawn to these by subtle use of varied lighting effects to create a subdued but cosseted ambience.

Established over 16 years ago and positioned in the heart of Theatreland, Palm Court Brasserie guarantees its reputation as one of Covent Garden's most established dining and drinking experiences with a stunning refurbishment and menu overhaul.

Opened by London restaurateur Brian Stein, it has been lovingly crafted to recreate a classically 1920's art nouveau environment. The intimate restaurant is perfectly suited for long, leisurely chats over a bottle of choice Chardonnay, or other choices from the vineyards of France, Italy and the New World, enhanced by a welcoming selection of dishes from the bar menu.

The walls are adorned with carefully selected images conducive to the art-deco feel and the eye is drawn to these by subtle use of varied lighting effects to create a subdued but cosseted ambience.

The beautiful, wrought-iron, centrally hung chandelier softly illuminates the surroundings and contrasts the failing, winter's light outside as the Covent Garden Piazza slides into nightfall. Palm Court Brasserie is an elegant time capsule and an oasis of sophisticated calm.

Palms absorb dishes by influence from Italian and French culture and gives them a traditionally British slant. The emphasis of Palm Court Brasserie cuisine is focused on light and healthy dishes representing an attractive fusion of the rustic and urban styles. Classic brasserie offerings such as steak frites and mussels cooked in white wine, garlic, parsley and cream, sit happily alongside pan-Mediterranean dishes including a seafood linguine of king prawns, clams with roma tomatoes, chilli and spinach, and grilled duck breast with dauphinoise potatoes, roasted vegetables and peppercorn sauce.

This 120-seater restaurant is ideal for couples or quieter mature groups who wish to enjoy a relaxing meal in casual, leisurely environment, either before or after the theatre. Guests may enjoy dining by the French windows commanding a view of the artists performing in the nearby Piazza.

Alternatively, the restaurant's rear suite with forty seats may be sealed off, creating an ideal atmosphere for guests who wish for complete privacy during a meeting, buffet or seated party. A range of menus is available, and you could find one to best suit you. More details are available on their Website.

Do note that they are closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

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French, Modern European

: 12:00 - 24:00 (last ordser 23:00)
: 12:00 - 01:00 (last orders 24:00)

General: 020 7240 2939

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39 King Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8JS [Map]

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£12.95 (2 courses) to £15.95 (3 courses)

(Avg Price is the average cost per person for two courses, coffee, half a bottle of house wine and tip/service)

REVIEWS OF Palm Court Brasserie

Derren (12 August 2009)

I have eaten in the Palm Court quite a few times. Every time I'm in London I make it a point to have lunch or dinner there. I have found the food to be excellent and the service to be very good, the price is very reasonable as well. I have paid more for food outside of London that is no match to that at Palm Court. I'm looking forward to eating there again in September.

Review by Sheila (5 February 2009)

We had a really tasty three course set menu and loved the food and the service was excellent. The restaurant was crowded and the table for four was a bit cramped but it was great for a pre theatre meal and very good value. We all agreed that the crème brûlée was divine. Hope to go again soon.

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Book STAR DEAL - 3 courses & a champagne cocktail £22 per person Available Sun-Thurs all day then (Fri-Sat Lunch, 17.30-18.30 & 21.00 onwards ) until 30th November, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu and subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Offer valid to 30 November 2013

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