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Pavilion - The Langham, Chicago
330 N Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60611
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Hours of Operation:
Afternoon Tea: Thursday through Sunday:
3pm, 3:30pm and 4pm
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Entertainment, Fireplace, High Tea, Non-Smoking Restaurant, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Piano player during weekend afternoon tea
on Wabash between Kinzie Street and the Chicago River
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Located on the second floor, its soaring ceiling
marvelous views of the city make Pavilion an elegant space to unwind and converse with a glowing fireplace and grand piano as a backdrop. Pavilion is home to Tiffin at The Langham, the traditional afternoon tea that first debuted at The Langham, London in 1865. Tiffin includes proprietary Langham teas, Champagne, and an array of sweet and savory bites. All are served with traditional displays and flourish. Expect local talented pianists during weekend afternoon tea.
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One of the best afternoon teas in
Chicago and the service is very outstanding. Nice ambiance too."
Dined on 7/6/2014
I have enjoyed tea at a number of
locations around the globe (Peninsula, Ritz Carlton, Four Season's, Fortnum & Mason) and this tops the list. The service was impeccable and the food delicious. I celebrated my birthday and the server went out of his way to make the day extra special. I would highly recommend and will definitely return."
Dined on 7/2/2014
I celebrated my birthday with
Tiffin and it was delightful. Will recommend to everyone!"
Dined on 6/29/2014
It was AMAAAAAAZING! I am writing
this review after my week of having afternoon tea aervice so I could fairly judge but the afternoon tea service at The Pavilion in the Langham Hotel was by far the best in overall: food creativity check; food deliciousness check; tea selection check; service check. Joseph was congenial and accomodating. I was hungry for more and he gave me more; I was torn between two tea choices and he gave me that option. FANTABULOUS -- I will certainly return upon my next visit! This week in Chicago, I had afternoon tea service at The Pavilion, The Lobby, Palm Court, and Lockwood."
Dined on 6/23/2014
A very stylish addition to
Chicago's 5 star accommodation. Extremely attentive service and beautiful decor."
Dined on 6/8/2014
Came for afternoon tea service.
Excellent scones, fun time with girlfriend. I've been to the Drake and the Peninsula and I think this was the best afternoon tea. Very intimate. Highly recommend."
Dined on 5/31/2014
The service was impeccable. I
have had tea at other hotels such as the Drake and the Penninsula and Tiffin at the Langham has been the best overall experience. The tea was perfect. The food was delicious and the service was excellent."
Dined on 5/25/2014
Service was impeccable. Wonderful.
Tea was perfectly brewed. Scones were the best we've ever had. Sandwiches were innovative and delicious.Complimentary scones to go was a great surprise! Highly recommended for upscale high tea."
Dined on 5/13/2014
The snacks and desserts are so
much better here than other similar teas in the city. Combine that with a beautiful and comfortable room with great service and it makes for a great experience."
Dined on 5/5/2014
I highly recommend the tea at The
Langham, Chicago. The room has stunning views of the city and the room is understated, modern elegance. Service was extraordinary - our server, Thomas, was attentive without being overly solicitous and he was extremely knowledgable about the menu. From the hostess greeting our group to every detail of the afternoon, it was a lovely and memorable experience."
Dined on 4/8/2014
Tea was not strong enough for me
and the dessert options were a little disappointing. The highlight was the scones and the clotted cream, the rest was just ok. It's also overpriced for what we received."
Dined on 3/16/2014
Classic high tea in a wonderful
contemporary setting. Elegant service from knowledgeable wait staff. Try to get a window seat to look out over Wabash Avenue at the Chicago River. Especially loved the egg salad with truffles "sandwiches," which had such a lovely presentation. The scones were also amazing. Pricey, but worth it!"
Dined on 3/11/2014
High Tea was among the best in the
city and I've been to them all. Pricey yes, but not outrageous for the level of service and food. Delightful! Will be back."
Dined on 3/2/2014
A friend and myself had a lovely
late afternoon Tea at the Pavilion. Paul, our waiter, was informative, cheerful and attentive. We were able to take our time and enjoy the lovely food and tea offerings. The food was not only great tasting, but the presentation was fabulous, Not to mention the beautiful ambience of the room. If you enjoy a high Tea, this is one of the best I've ever experienced."
Dined on 2/20/2014
What can I say about this hotel
besides it is one of the best hotels in Chicago. The service was great. We went for high tea and it couldn't be better. I like it better than the other locations in Chicago."
Dined on 2/16/2014
Made my reservations months ago
and didn't realize they would be having a special "Valentea". The prosecco with tea was a nice touch. The food was lovely, the highlight, however, was the service. The hostess, the server, everyone - was attentive, but not intrusive. And they let us linger for quite a long while! For tea, you want to be able to have a relaxing and unhurried time, rather than being rushed out for the next seating or for the dinner rush. Here, the room is just for tea, so there was no need to rush us out. So lovely. Will be back to try their regular tea and their Downton Abbey tea, if they are still having it."
Dined on 2/15/2014
Came here for a friends birthday
for afternoon tea. Had the wild elderberry tea. My tea was fragrant and delightful. And we loved the attentive service, from the coat check to the menu, refills, and extra care for the special occasion. As a big foodie, i especially enjoy the description of the food, and the server took heed to explain at a decent speed. My favorite are the fresh scones and the accompanying cream, jam, and butter!"
Dined on 1/18/2014
Dined at the Pavilion for their
Downton Abbey-inspired afternoon tea menu with 4 friends, and the entire experience was great. The environment is elegant, but relaxing. The servers are attentive, but not over bearing. I've been to several afternoon teas while traveling around the world and throughout Chicago, and this was definitely in the top 3 of my most enjoyable teas."
Dined on 1/4/2014
Very elegant, yet modern, setting
with grand piano adding to the ambience. View of Christmas lights at Trump Tower across the street. Very comfortable seating. Tea sandwiches and desserts were elaborate, filling and I found most of them delicious. A few were a little too "foodie" for me. I loved the classic scone. There were too many desserts to eat, but we took them to go. Perfect place to celebrate my new daughter-in-law's marriage with her and my daughters."
Dined on 12/28/2013
Tea at the Langham was definitely
one of our favorites - pianist music included. The seating was exactly how I would imagine a tea in someone's home in England. It began with a gracious hostess who took our coats before seating us and whisking them away to a private room. Rob, our charming server, started us off with champagne and a "shooter" type of beverage that consisted of passion fruit beads in ginger & apple juice (?) - most unique & delicious. It was followed with pots of tea, savory petite sandwiches, scones w/clotted cream & jam, and an assortment of sweets. When I thought our tea was complete we were also offered a choice of cookies. As a final touch, Chef Scott Green, sent us home with an artfully packaged gift of cookies."
Dined on 12/20/2013
A beautiful new first rate hotel
in a landmark building! Excellent experience - could not have been better."
Dined on 12/17/2013
Holiday tea is $50, for which you
do get a glass of Champagne. Then come four teeny sandwiches, followed by a whole bunch of sweets, a real sugar high. Much too much patter/explanations from the waiter. Much better teas at Drake, Peninsula, Ritz, etc."
Dined on 12/17/2013
The masses haven't found this
elegant room for tea. It may not be everyone's cuppa--the colors are muted and gold and silver,but the tea servings and the service were superb. Hopefully by next year, people will discover the Pavilion."
Dined on 12/11/2013
This is a beautiful relatively new
addition to the top hotels in Chicago. We went for Christmas tea with girlfriends and thought the food and service were excellent. It is elegant and romantic with a fabulous view of the Chicago river and the city. It is also quiet. The only glitch in an otherwise perfect afternoon was the room was freezing cold. They are having some problems heating the space so be prepared or call ahead and check on the issue. In the Spring and Summer, this will not be a problem but with the frigid cold temperatures, be prepared to wear warm clothing or do not check your coat!"
Dined on 12/11/2013
if you are finding a place for a
romantic occasion, bring your girlfriend or wife here!"
Dined on 11/30/2013
I took my wife here for High Tea
to celebrate her birthday. It was a fantastic experience from beginning to end. The service was flawless, the food was very good. The live music wss a nice touch. Thanks to pianist for playing Happy Birthday! We really appreciated the diverse selection of teas. Next time we will have to try one of the aged tea options. Needless to say, this is now our go-to spot for high tea."
Dined on 10/27/2013
We went here for tea when it
opened up. Perhaps it has improved since then. That said, we were comparing tea here to tea at the drake and at the peninsula. Tea at the Peninsula wins, and wins by a very wide margin. Quality of tea and food, atmosphere, and service: again, Peninsula wins. Perhaps the Pavilion may compete by adding a live string quartet like the Peninsula has."
Dined on 10/26/2013
We had a lovely tea for two for
our mutual birthdays. The setting was lovely, food excellent, service attentive. It felt like it matched exactly to the image I have of a proper tea, with a tray of savory finger sandwiches, tray of scones, choice of tea, tray of desserts. Small currents -amusee bouche - was a perfect extra touch"
Dined on 10/16/2013
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