Available in both the restaurant, and the hotel's elegant drawing room, afternoon tea at Ham Yard Bar & Restaurant offers classic British indulgence. Sweet and savoury favourites are joined by a wide range of teas, whilst classic cocktails are available at the bar. The restaurant is both extravagant and contemporary, with brightly coloured walls, interesting artwork and chic wooden flooring.
|Typical meal price:||From £25.00 (€27.40) per diner|
£25 and under
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Ham Yard Bar and Restaurant
One Ham YardLondonW1D 7DT
Top 5 reviews of Ham Yard Bar and Restaurant
Stumbled upon this place. No preconceptions so went in with a fairly open mind. Interior space was nice, vibe was good, service was attentive. Too bad the food didn't live up to it. Ordered the Dorset crab cocktail, ribeye steak and fillet steak. Very unimpressive meat quality and presentation. Wished the food was as creative as the interior decor.Read More
Oh! Tea time is so cool. We had three types of teas: earl gray, white jasmine and Darjeeling.
To tell you the truth, the scones were so good. I've had others in the past but nothing like the ones here.Read More
We ordered from the set lunch menu which came with two courses and a low alcoholic vermouth.
I ordered the duck terrine and it was so soooo dry that it had the texture of canned tuna. Meaning I only ate a little bit of it.
The hake was actually not bad but you had to order sides to make it a meal. In reality, if I knew what it was going to be like. I would've gone elsewhere to eat as the...Read More
A great hidden little gem just outside of Piccadily Circus - if you're looking for somewhere with a great vibe and stunning surroundings that's a little outside of your typical tourist bar, this could be your place.
I had the pleasure of attending alongside a friend for the premiere of the first episode of Humans 2.0 (And yes, the cast were all there and I was fan-girling my little socks...Read More
We sat at the bar to have drinks. We were served promptly and the barmen were polite.
It was pretty crowded when we went in, so if you really want a table, you should probably call in for a reservation.Read More