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A faithful servant of Covent Garden for many years, Palm Court is a quintessential Parisian-style brasserie done out in classical art nouveau style. Views of the Piazza are a bonus as tourists and
the theatre types pile in for a keenly priced dishes ranging from Gallic standbys such as moules marinière, steak-frites and confit duck with sweet potato rösti to Med-influenced seafood linguine
or pea and mint risotto. There’s also smattering of all-time crowd-pleasers (think pawn and avocado cocktail or battered haddock and chips), while desserts stay with the programme for crème brûlée
or Valrhona chocolate tart. Set lunch and theatre menus are fair value at £12.95/15.95 for two/three courses, and there’s a good old English roast on Sundays. Afternoon tea is also served every
We are all creatures of habit but, as my blogging buddies will tell you, it can become a little frustrating; we want our blogs to show a diverse range of cuisine and that means we can't always order our fall back favourites. However, sometimes the classics are the best and often this means good old-fashioned French cooking. The Palm Court Brasserie is a Covent Garden stalwart which is open from midday to midnight seven days week.When dining en-Francaise I like to start with a glass of champagne...
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