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
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
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
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