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
Elegant restaurant with wonderful view. Major difference is two-folded. 1. The lunch menu is very affordable and gracefully presented, European continental with a bit creativity. A wonderful place to being your friend or client for a quick lunch. 2. Ting restaurant guaranteed with Shangarila's reputation and service so it doesn't appear as noise as Hotong. Staffs are better trained and you...more
A beautiful all-day restaurant in the Shangri-la hotel on the 35th floor of the Shard. 'Ting' apparently comes from the Chinese for 'living room', and indeed this place looks straight off the pages of a glamorous interiors magazine. There's large thick rugs over smooth wooden floors with all the furniture in muted neutral tones of pale pinks, golds and beiges that made it feel a little like...more
Superb set menu at the Shangri la with excellent service and great value for money. A 2 course set menu and a couple of glasses wine will work out around £50 pp all in.
Great for a special occasion or just because you fancy lunch 35 floors up the Shard overlooking London. Excellent!more
We went to Ting for my birthday celebration with my family. We booked lunch in December way in advance, which I imagine was essential, given that the restaurant was busy.
I would split my rating of Ting in two. As an experience, it was a delight. The decor was beautiful, everywhere was extremely polished and clean, the staff were extremely courteous and of course the views were stunning. In...more
The views are stunning, but when you make a reservation you do have to request for a window table otherwise you could be placed inside. Ask for views northwards or westwards - looking across south London isn't that spectacular!
The Asian afternoon tea is a unique concept in London. Tasted good, and they will bring you more of something if you request. We devoured close to 10 gyozas between...more