The Balcon is situated at 8 Pall Mall in an extraordinary double-height space, formerly the banking hall of Cox & King Bank. The one hundred-seat brasserie offers classic French brasserie cuisine in an atmosphere of informal elegance. The design theme throughout the brasserie focuses on a young rooster - the coat of arms of the building's former owners, Cox and Kings, and the symbol of France. The interior designer, Pierre-Yves Rochon, has created an elegant atmosphere with buttercup yellow walls and contemporary furniture upholstered in dark green and red fabric.
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6-8 Waterloo PlaceLondonSW1Y 4AN
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
- Children Facilities
- Childrens menu
The service was great, the food was pretty good, the tea was ok, but all of this is pretty difficult to find in London it seems. We left pretty satisfied with the tea. I wouldn't say this was the best, but you could definitely do worse.more
First thing we noticed when we walked in was the service we received. They took our coats and bags and escorted us to our tables.
There was a vast range of dishes to pick from. I was expecting prices to be $$$$$$ but it was around £20 - £30 which was reasonable in my books for a fancier restaurant.
We ordered a Grenache Syrah from the iPad which helps with selecting the wine with details...more
The Balcon, Pall Mall - walking into a champagne bar exudes the glamour. Big glass windows, high ceiling and flower arangements that set the style, The Balcon is part of the Sofitel London Hotel, with a separate entrance.
I love a little poncieness in life. A place like that does not have too many waiters. No one would be seen doing nothing even when the rush hour crowd has thinned out. They...more
They say you need to have tea in England to fully experience the English culture, no better place than to do it here.
This place is FANSAY!! They have generous portion of delicious cakes and scones served together with some savory sandwiches.
Nice deco, warm and friendly hosts. The scones, good lord was delicious. If you feel like spoiling yourself or a loved one on an nice sunny afternoon,...more
Ok in one word amazing ##Went to have afternoon tea with a friend and wow we were amazed not only from the amazing collection of teas (some of them really rare), the great service and the friendliness of the stuff but also from the amount and quality of the tea snacks they offer
If you are a visitor is it worth making some time and visiting if you stay in London i think this makes a great...more