The main restaurant in The Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard, Ting mixes unparalleled views with European cuisine featuring a slight Asian twist.
On level 32 of the imposing structure, Ting, meaning ‘living room’ in Chinese, is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea.
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Ting at The Shangri-La Hotel
31 St Thomas StreetLondon BridgeLondonSE1 9QU
Coming to Ting for afternoon. The view is unsurprisingly nice but food is surprisingly awful. We had classic and Asian set each but both disappoint me. The appetiser is creamy, salty and too much infused by truffle, keeping my appetite low already. Savoury dishes are very dry and the bread tastes cheap. Scones are not in the traditional baking way, which is fine but still very mediocre. I like...more
The location is simply phenomenal. The views are grand and luxurious and this restaurant sits on top of the shard which is one of the highest hotels in the world!
I must say however, the service wasn't too great here. We had a 9:30 reservation and we were sat promptly but our server didn't describe the menu too well, nor did he seem too interested in our likes.
With all that aside, I had the...more
The view was fantastic! We were seated directly in front of the window showcasing the Tower Bridge. The service was equally phenomenal, attending quickly to our every need. Also, even though they suggest a 2 hour limit, you're not rushed in any way.
We wanted to try as much as possible from Ting so we opted for the the 5 course tasting menu with wine pairings. The wine selection was perfect,...more
Went here for dinner not really expecting much but the food turned out to be super delicious and they threw in a ton of unexpected freebies too.
I ordered the venison (£27) and mash potatoes (£5) which were yummy and they threw in a mushroom mousse starter and some petit fours for dessert, plus the standard bread and butter.
Service was professional and the decor is how you'd expect it,...more
The food - although somewhat limited optionwise - is top-notch and of course the view doesn't hurt either. It is worthwhile doing a bit of research about seating and timing as this makes a big difference as to your whole experience. I recommend timing your meal for dusk/sunset if possible.
The hidden gems in the menu are the drinks. Not only is the wine-list excellent, I wholly recommend the...more