The Palm Court

Palm Court

Afternoon Tea at The Palm Court – Plaza Hotel

 

 

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I had blogged about The Plaza Food Hall in the past yet I never had high tea at The Palm Court before. Palm Court is located at The Plaza Hotel in Midtown, across the street from Central Park. Me and my friend had high tea ”The Classic”. They have made some changes to their menu that include gluten free menu after my visit. Please check website for more information. 

 

The New Yorker Tea: 65 per person

Champagne Tea: $105

Eloise Tea: $35 per child, $55 per adult

Gluten Free: $65 per person

 

The Palm Court   768 5th Ave., New York, NY 10019   (212) 546-5300

Overall Food Atmosphere Price
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Truffled Quail Egg Salad, Maine Lobster, Sturgeon Caviar Roast Beet, Horseradish Cucumber, Radish, Basil Smoked Salmon, Endive
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Good Afternoon 🙂
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I can’t remember the name of this special tea but it’s $1000 a pound!

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The Plaza Food Hall by Todd English

theplazafoodhall.com The Plaza, 1 West 59th Street

Sunday afternoon-Midtown patroling’s report is here! Located in the basement of the iconic Plaza Hotel, The Plaza Food Hall has 8 different counter stations, created by chef Todd English (he owns Fig & Olive and others). Each station prepares different foods including: seafood, sushi, dumplings, noodle, pizza, tapas, pasta, bakery, and a grill station…the great thing is that any place you sit, you can order food from all the menus (not like at Eataly); so sit anywhere, but I think the seafood station counter is the best seat, so I sat there and got an up close view of all the action! I had heard some of the popular dishes are the sliders, especially the Prime Rib Slider and Fig & Prosciutto Flat Bread. We started with wine and oysters, and I thought what a great value for a good sized seafood sampler at $35. The sliders and flat bread was very good too. One mistake was the Grilled Lobster, it was so small for $21 and not even tasteful (>_<)! Oh well…it was our first time here…next time I will definitely try the grilled whole fish (the couple next to me was having a Branzino that looked amazing). There were also many great salad choices like a yummy looking Mediterranean Salad. The crowd was a mix of Foodie- Downtown and Uptown neighborhood families to International hotel guests. I’ll definitely go back when I’m Uptown, it’s perfect for an after museum drink & tapas or a hearty dinner.

Overall Food Atmosphere Price
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Grilled Lobster Salad new bay butter, mustard dressing, bibb lettuce, brioche $21 – 

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Seafood Platter Small 6 oysters, 6 clams, 2 shrimp, mussels, baccala salad $38♥♥♥♥          

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Te Sliders cheddar, lettuce, tomato, fried onion, sweet mustard relish $10♥♥♥♥                 

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Whole Grilled Branzino wild arugula, preserved lemon, garlic, shaved fennel $30 ♥♥♥1/2

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Italian Sausage sweet italian sausage, aged provolone, roasted tomato sauce, fennel confit $14 – ♥♥♥♥ 

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Spicy Squid Stir Fry squid ink noodles, shrimp, napa cabbage, red thai curry $18 ♥♥

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Spicy Tuna Roll ♥♥♥1/2

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Red oven pizza station

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me & Nam at Gari counter (^_^) Cheer~~~~

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the right side is a seafood counter station

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