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About The Terrace at The Langham, Pasadena
The Terrace serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and a delectable breakfast buffet and Dim Sum Sunday Brunch. The comforting California bistro-style menu is comprised of seasonal and sustainable California cuisine, offering a variety of choices that will delight both the discerning and casual diner. The menu also contains Chuan Spa dishes, which have a greater emphasis on health and nutrition. The Terrace’s outdoor patio offers guests lovely alfresco dining with views of the Picture Bridge and pool, and provides the perfect setting for a business lunch or relaxing dinner.
Pasadena, CA 91106
Hours of Operation:
Open Sunday through Thursday from 6:30am to 9:30pm; Open Friday and Saturday from 6:30am to 10:00pm; Closed Monday through Thursday from 2:00pm to 5:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We are pleased to offer valet parking at a discounted rate of $6 available for patrons of The Terrace. Please see the Hostess or your Server for Validation.
Private Party Facilities:
The Terrace offers a private dining room located off the main dining area. Perfect for small intimate gatherings, celebrations or meetings. Can accommodate up to 16 people. Please call for reservations or more information.
Private Party Contact:
email@example.com: (626) 585-6218
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Terrace at The Langham, Pasadena Ratings and Reviews
My partner and I went to The Terrace to celebrate our anniversary. Usually we have a good experience. Unfortunately the food left a little to be desired. I had the Turkey Cobb Salad. All the ingredients I asked for where there, including a hard avocado! Wait?!? I shouldn’t have had a hard avocado in my salad. I had to ask my server about this. He apologized, he brought me a ripe avocado by the time I finished my salad, too late! We’ll have to reconsider going to The Terrace again.
Always a nice place for breakfast, brunch or lunch. One big problem, however, is the direct sunlight that cooks you in your seat, if you sit at a table on the left side of the restaurant. That there aren't blinds installed to shield a person is a real crime. It makes an otherwise pleasant experience virtually unbearable.
It was a beautiful day in Pasadena. The area is stunning and the hotel is magnificent. The food was good and the views of the pool and surrounding foliage was wonderful. An associate and I were able to talk some business ideas and it was a nice afternoon lunch. We'll definitely be back. It's truly a beautiful place.
My wife and I stayed at The Langham Huntington Hotel on 10/7/17 for our Anniversary and took a chance on the Terrace Restaurant and we were very happy we did. Service at the restaurant was outstanding, food was terrific and price was reasonable considering the quality. I want to especially note "Christopher" who was both knowledgeable and friendly. Our main waiter was also fantastic but I don't remember his name.
I had the Sea Bass which was beautifully prepared. My wife had the Scallops and even though there were only 3 large scallops, it was delicious. To top it off we had the Chocolate Souffle dessert with a yummy mint cream sauce. So good. And they gave us a nice complimentary additional chocolate dessert that we gobbled right up.
We dined early (6:30pm) so they gave us the best seat in the house. There was some noise later from a table with several kids but it is a very kid and family friendly hotel and I appreciated that aspect of the place. If you want a more serious totally upscale experience then I am sure the other steak house in hotel called "The Royce" would be a good bet.
I have nothing but the highest compliments and appreciation for the food and service at "The Terrace."
Wow, what happened to this venue? The hotel that was once the Huntington and then the Ritz-Carlton became The Langham; it has the glorious building, grounds, and furnishings, but no sense of excellence when it comes to the restaurants. A grand hotel's main everyday restaurant should have very good food (every Ritz and Four Seasons has such a place) but on the day we were there The Terrace served up bread that was more than a day old, "braised pork belly" that was dry and tasteless (restaurant fads are dangerous, and "pork belly" has hit its peak when the kitchen does not get that pork belly is supposed to be gelatinous with lovely fat and reduced stock) and a chicken wrap with dry tasteless chicken and a very stale tortilla. The cold corn soup was OK, but honestly, the fast food at Starbucks is way superior. The ambiance is good (it's a fine old building) but even that was spoiled by pool laundry staff trudging huge very noisy carts the entire length of the pool--four of them, one every 10 minutes (there's no other path from the laundry to the pool's towel room?)
The room was not crowded-there was a huge dinner group on the upper terrace but there was no interference as far as the regular diners below. It was a quiet and ultra pleasant experience.
there were three of us catching up on the years we haven't seen each other.
Expected better. Service was wonderful but the food was disappointing. I order mussels, and the flavors were good, but they were the saddest, tiniest mussels I've ever seen. They were the size of clams. For $28 I'd expected more than a dozen tiny mussels. My Mom ordered the scallops on the waiters recommendation, and they were excellent. Stick with the waiters recommendations and you'll likely be OK.
Hotel pool side, indoor and outdoor service. Very nice ambiance in either area.
Excellent selection, food quality and service. This is the choice that we make whenever we are in Pasadena during lunch hour.
Reservations originally set for noon; called in early morning to change time to 1:00 pm.
Only had messaging service; left request on voice mail to change time and left call back number. Did not receive call back acknowledgement. On arrival, we were advised that we were a late arrival, no mention of time change request.
Seated reasonably promptly and had no problem. .
The hotel is lovely and I usually like the Terrace restaurant but this time our dinner was marred by a large table with screaming children. There were 6-8 children screaming over a FaceTime call and running about. The family should have been spoken too. We left the restaurant and went to the tap room to avoid the noise.
Honestly. The service was SLOW. SLOWEST I'VE EVER EXPERIENCED THERE AND IT WASNT EVEN BUSY AT THE TIME WE ATE (6:30pm onna Sunday)! I was sorely disapppinted. My dad and I both ordered the Prime Rib special. The meat was bland, tasteless, and cold. We did not complain or say anything, it's usually embarrassing. My mom ordered the salmon, and it also came out cold. Our drinks were not refilled to my satisfaction, and only once. I also ordered a latte at the end of the meal which they forgot about for 20 minutes. The server just never came back. I was very disappointed. This is not the Langham that I am used to. Makes me miss the old days of the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel. The three of us were severely disappointed with our meal. Sort of ruined our special occasion.
This is our second time to dine at The Terrace. The first time was excellent food and service. But I was a little disappointed the second time around. We got there early. The hostess was kind enough to take us in eventhough the whole party were not there yet. As waited for the others to arrive for about 10 minutes, we were just given water and nobody asked if we wanted to order while we wait for the others. So, my wife called the lady who gave us water and asked if they could serve us bread while we wait since nobody is asking if we want to order and she was starving at that time. The lady said that normally they will serve the bread after we order, and they could not take our order unless everybody is present. That's odd! But she said that she will serve the bread regardless. When she brought the bread, she then made a comment to my wife that she brought all the bread for the entire trip. My wife said what does she mean by that? What my wife understood was this is it. You could no longer order for more bread. What?!? Does she have to make a comment like that? We felt that she thought we were not going to order for food if we eat a lot of bread. And why didnt ask us to order while we wait so they could bring us bread in the first place? So, we were disappointed with the service we got. But I still would recommend the place, the ambience but not the service. I hope you would train your staff on what to say and what not to say to guests.
This is one of my wife's favorite places to go. The Royce is nicer, but is also more expensive. We went for my wife's birthday - I told them it was for her birthday when I made the reservation - not only did we get a window table (we were early in the evening and there weren't many diners yet), but they gave us complimentary champagne and gave my wife a complementary birthday desert.
Food was excellent - my wife had the scallops and loved them - I had the hamburger (felt like comfort food) and it was excellent and the fries were great.
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