Homage is not just one restaurant alone. Built on an impressive scale, it consists of three rooms that enable guests to move easily from one to another. The principal room, the majestic and graceful Grand Salon, combines its contemporary black marble bar effectively with the original fin-de-siecle architecture and imposing columns. Its extensive and imaginative menu has proved enormously popular whether you are looking for a business lunch, an affordable supper before or after theatre… or that special dining experience. From early morning Homage Patisserie and Champagne Bar provides delicious pastries, hot and cold beverages and freshly squeezed juices, with Champagne and light, appetising savouries for later in the day. Homage Bar is already a byword in excellence for exciting and authentic drink mixes, our bar staff are particularly skilful at creating amazing gin-based and fruit cocktails.
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Venue Details & Map
The Waldorf HiltonAldwychLondonWC2B 4DD
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
So surprised not to see more reviews of this place! We went last Saturday night on an AMAZING bookatable deal (three courses and two glasses of wine for £30 a head).
I was looking forward to it as there's a certain sense of grandeur with this place, and wasn't disappointed. The restaurant itself is beautiful, classic, and just the right side of fancy.
Our food was also really delicious. I...more
I was staying at the Waldorf Hilton in London and they have Homage Grand Salon, a very beautiful restaurant/tearoom that we went to every morning for breakfast. Of course, my first time dining, I took out my phone immediately for my Yelp app to find out what were the Brit's go-tos. Womp Womp. No yelp account created or any reviews to go off so I went with my usual Eggs Florentine one morning...more
We went to Homage Patisserie at the Waldorf after an awards event at the House of Lords, to celebrate. We were somewhat underwhelmed - the Patisserie was very quiet,just two other tables inhabited. The service was attentive, although I was surprised to be given a teapot with a Twinings teabag. I guess that's the reality these days, but I have those at home. The sandwiches were lovely, but when...more
I went here for a traditional British High Tea. They have a set menu where for £22 a person you get a selection of sandwiches and cakes, as well as a pot of tea that is refillable.
The atmosphere is really nice, and on Saturday afternoons they have a live piano player as well. The decoration is very traditionally British and Victorian, and the atmosphere very relaxing. The tables are spread...more