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
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
This restaurant, and hotel for that matter exist because of the views. Not the food or service. my first day here I had the afternoon tea of which I chose the "Asian style" over traditional. Once I was seated a waiter placed an empty water glass in front of me. And then for 20 minutes I waited.
Once the waiter came back - and believe me, there are plenty of staff, I ordered my tea and...more
Agree with Boon, you are paying for the view but it's a pretty decent one! The service is excellent and the venue comfortable. It was a lovely sunny afternoon and the views were superb. It would be spectacular of an evening.
The food is good, pretty fine dining. What you'd expect. 2 lunch courses for £27 was reasonable. The peas and foiegras was superb, but the 'piglet' was slightly let down,...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