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.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
Ting at The Shangri-La Hotel
31 St Thomas StreetLondonSE1 9QU
- +44 (0)20 7234 8108
Top 5 reviews of Ting at The Shangri-La Hotel
We've been looking for an afternoon tea in our first visit to London. We came across this restaurant. We were seated by the window as requested to make my mom's birthday celebration trip more special. Our waiter's service was really superb and made us comfortable. The afternoon tea experience was excellent. They did not forget my original request months prior to make it special for my... more
I was really looking forward to having High Tea in London, and was a bit disappointed with Ting. While the place is relatively new (compared to other High Tea locations), it felt a bit shabby. The menus were tattered, the service mediocre and the food not memorable. They have a great opportunity to be unique as they offer an Asian inspired menu as well as the Traditional fare of tiny... more
Ting is very fancy pants! We went here because my husbands uncle was staying at the hotel and had accumulated enough points for a meal. WINNING! The meal itself was alright, and the presentation absolutely phenomenal. I went for the 4 course meal option and stuck with fish options. The crab ravioli was sure pretty but it was so heavy on the coconut cream/milk/oil/whatever that I didn't get... more
We were seated promptly after arriving for our reservation next to a window (requested). The skyline was gorgeous as we watched the sun set over London. The service and atmosphere was positively impeccable. more
Do NOT let the ratings here discourage you from coming to this restaurant. Dined here for dinner and breakfast during my stay at Shangri-La and really enjoyed the food.
Crab Ravioli for starters and a lobster dish (kind of like ravioli too) for main dish. The seafood dishes were seasoned well to bring out the freshness and were delicious! However, I would stay away from the wines...... more