Exquisitely styled fine-dining experience in the Aldwych enables its clientele to have a comforting and graceful time of their life.
Homage at the Waldorf London is an exclusive fine-dining venue in the Aldwych, attracting individuals from all age groups. This restaurant is exquisitely styled, so as to enable its clientele have a comforting and gracefultime of their life.—
Its theatrical backdrop offers customers a unique experience to relish lip-smacking meals in sheer splendor. Individuals are offered sumptuous European cuisine amidst iconic pillars and royal décor from the golden era of Louis XVI. There is a romantic glimmer which livens up the ambience in the hotel room.
The Waldorf Hilton is a proud member of the Tea Council's impressive Tea Guild. It is for this reason that this Homage afternoon tea is cherished by every Londoner for the pleasure it renders clients in sipping extensive selection of loose leaf teas, brewed to perfection.
The glamour of its Art Deco interior is fine-tuned to blend the combination of music along with English menu. Most individuals prefer the Waldorf Tribute and The Waldorf Luxury White is cherished by some others.
Regular clientele swear by its traditional English Afternoon Tea menu consisting of delicious assortment of roast ham, smoked salmon, cucumber, cheese and eggs. The fish sandwiches are a real treat served on a delectable three-tier platform. Customers cherish every moment of their time tasting delicious foods and drinks amidst the photographic pieces articulately hung from the ceiling.
The chandeliers at this Homage restaurant London cast a romantic glow over the room. The restaurant is renowned for serving breakfast until late, as much as it is famous for its afternoon tea.
Londoners who prefer flexibility in enjoying their theatre diners prefer the elegant Grand Salon. On the other hand, its Homage Patisserie is simply adored by the experts who love sipping afternoon tea along with cakes and pastries. The Tango Supper at the Homage hosts a unique event every month in the stunning Palm Court Ballroom. The Tango first originated in 1910 during the royal era of Edwardian London society.
Where the prestigious Black Tie events are held, customers are entertained by professional Argentine Tango dancers, Leonardo Acosta and Tracey Tyack-King. The evening entertainment at the Tango Supper starts at 6.30 p.m. wherein the guests are well received and treated with specially created cocktail. This unique Tango supper is celebrated the best with two course supper and dance at the mystic Palm Court Ballroom, following which the carriages leave at 10.30 p.m.
This 45 minute lesson of Argentine Tango by Leonardo and Tracey has been the talk of town. This supper is so popular that there are regular updates launched on the website. The Tango Supper in 2014 is priced at GBP65 per person and will commence on Sunday, 1st of June, followed by Sunday, 28th of September and Sunday, and 28th of December 2014.
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