Palm Court Brasserie has earned its reputation as the perennial favourite of Covent Garden. An elegant time capsule and an oasis of sophisticated calm – an intimate Parisian-style brasserie with a modern European menu which embodies the classic offerings of good food, simply cooked and fairly priced.
Popular with all, Palm Court generates the kind of atmosphere that makes you want to linger. Whether you are dropping in for a meal or a glass of wine with friends and family, it is the ideal place to help you relax and unwind. Palm Court brings a little touch of Paris to the heart of London.
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Palm Court Brasserie
39 King StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2E 8JS
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Full, non-assisted wheelchair access
Friendly accommodating staff. The food is simple but cooked well and tasty. I had a tasty sirloin steak and a fiery pepper sauce while my son had prawns that were cooked perfectly. Definitely worth the money.more
Excellent little spot near Covent garden. Grilled prawns with spinach were terrific and definitely need to dip bread and pomme frites in the sauce. House red wine was very acceptable. Wife liked the salad nicoise. Altogether pleasant experience. Very friendly servicemore
Love the french onion soup a lot! And the lobster Thermidor, although it's quite small for my appetite but it tastes great! the filet steak are great,not too chewy but quite soft. I also like their desserts! Services are great too:)more
We came here for our Works Christmas Do, so credit has to be given to them to try and serve +30 of us at the same time. Due to this we had to pre order from the set festive menu. Selection of 4 dishes for each of the 3 courses was given. Nice mix catering for all. It started of well with complimentary fizzy cocktails on arrival. As we had preordered, the starters came out promptly. I had gone...more
As I was in London for work on a Friday, I decided to stay down an extra night at my brother's to get some family time in. My firm's offices are in the City, so it was just a short hop along the Central line to Holborn and about a 10 minute walk.
We went for drinks elsewhere first, but then came here at about 8pm. It's easy to find in the hussle and bussle of Covent Garden.
It is very...more