|Monday - Sunday||06:30 - 23:30|
|Budget||Splash The Cash (£40+)|
|Nearest Station||London Bridge|
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London Bridge Underground and Railway Station is just a couple of minutes walk away.
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Ting, derived from the Chinese word for “living room”, is the collective name for the restaurant and lounge on level 35. Situated 128 metres above ground level, both areas offer unsurpassed views of St Paul’s Cathedral, The City of London, The Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf and other famous landmarks.
Ting restaurant presents a modern European menu with an Asian twist, made using the finest local market produce and crafted with meticulous attention. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it is the perfect venue for any occasion.
The Chinoiserie interior captures the aura of Chinese culture in an elegant and modern interpretation featuring metal screens with oriental elements, modern classic furniture and lantern-inspired pendants.
Ting lounge offers a distinctive à la carte menu with an emphasis on authentic Shangri-La Asian specialties such as Hainan Chicken Rice, Curry Laksa, Nasi Goreng, Char Kuey Teow and Wonton noodle soup.
Served in theatrical elegance, TĪNG takes afternoon tea to a new level with two unique offerings – a classically English experience and an Asian-inspired alternative, both complemented by an exclusive selection of more than 30 teas.
There are hotel restaurants and then there are hotel restaurants: Ting is surely one of the latter. 35 floors above London in the city's highest skyscraper, the Shangri-La brings you Ting - a European restaurant with an Asian influence open from breakfast til late to satisfy everybody's whim. Don't hold this against it though, everything is executed well from the afternoon teas available in the lounge to dinner in the main restaurant (which is decorated in varying shades of lavenders and pinks). There's a good number of British ingredients on the menu (and the wine list) and we like how the Asian flavours have been introduced to complement rather than overwhelm in the dishes. Of course, try for a table at sunset for bonus points but the views from Ting are spectacular anywhere you sit. Just don't take someone with vertigo.