22 August 2014

Podium Restaurant & Bar (afternoon tea)

020 3641 0727

22 Park Lane, London W1K 1BE

£29.50 Modern European Mayfair, Oxford Street
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  • Wine: £25.00
  • Champagne: £65.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 2-6pm Sat-Sun 12N-7pm

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Untrammelled excess is the guiding principle at the Park Lane Hilton’s Podium Restaurant & Bar, where afternoon tea goes by the name of ‘confessions of a chocoholic’. You don’t have to like chocolate to eat here, but it helps. The four-course feast (£29.50) opens with dainty open sandwiches ahead of the main event: a tiered stand loaded with chocolate scones (plus homemade chocolate praline spread), pastries and fancies including white chocolate and cherry cheesecake, pistachio macaroons and meringue lollies served on a chocolate plate. Diabetic, gluten-free, nut-free and dairy-free variations are all available on request – heck, they’ll even do you a chocolate-free version. Specially blended loose teas by Harney & Son (including Earl Grey with lavender and Darjeeling with a hint of Lapsang) complete the offering. The ground-floor room is as colourful and contemporary as its tea.

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  1. Published : Thursday, 19th December 2013

    A London Thing :: Christmas Afternoon Tea Please?

    Afternoon Tea with a twist is fast becoming a new trend. I recently tried the Christmas Afternoon Tea,at The London Hilton in Hyde Park. As you’ve probably gathered from the above picture,this afternoon tea was a colorful story board,offered up on a decadent stand.The setting for the cake was a modern but yet classic,set of glass, square plates. First up,The Bottom tier were plane scones,and scones with chocolate drops inside.Slightly warm upon arrival,an utter joy to eat...
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  2. What better way to end a busy week than with cake? Yesterday Harriet and I ventured to Podium Restaurant in the Hilton on Park Lane for a glass of fizz and Anthony Marshall's 'Confessions of a Chocoholic' Afternoon Tea. When I say 'ventured' I mean walking through what felt like the Hurricane level winds we'd experienced during our time in NYC with Hurricane Sandy...
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  •  Podium Express Menu

    • This offer is available from September 11, 2013 until September 9, 2014, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service.

      Max: 8 people

      Starts: 11 Sep 2013

      Expires: 09 Sep 2014

  •  Sunday Lunch - Two Courses at £23 and Three Courses at £27

    • This offer is available from February 14, 2014 until December 31, 2014, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Offer excludes service and Not available in conjunction with other offers. This promotion has additional information available. Click on the link(s) to view.

      Max: 8 people

      Starts: 14 Feb 2014

      Expires: December 2014

      includes VAT.

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