Prime Time at The Palm

American Happy Hour lasts all night at The Palm, Belgravia!

You may remember some time ago I enjoyed a rather fabulous American style wine dinner at The Palm in Belgravia.  Well, here’s an idea that will save you money and still let you enjoy a fabulous night out.  The Palm is a well known restaurant group in the USA, but there’s only one in the UK, in Belgravia, a short walk from either Knightsbridge or Sloane Square.  As you might expect from the location, it’s a stylish place with a lovely bar and comfortable dining room

The Palm Belgravia

At the Palm, PrimeTime runs from 5pm until close seven days a week and the price you pay is determined by the clock.  So, if are happy to eat and drink early on in the evening then, I suspect you will find the offer really good value for money.

There’s a range of dishes to chose from as ‘Prime Bites’ including  Prime Steakburger Sliders, Nova Scotia Lobster and Bacon Fondue and Crispie Calamari Fritti.  All generally between £10 and £13.00 a dish.  And an extensive list of classic and contemporary cocktails including True Brit made with  Sipsmith London Dry Gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup and chilled English sparkling wine and Old Cuban with  Pampero Especial rum, fresh mint, lime juice and champagne.  The menu price for cocktails is £10, but during Prime Time, what you pay depends on when you order!

The Palm

Before 5pm all PrimeBites and Cocktails are listed price, following 5pm prices are as follows: 5 – 6pm £5 / 6 – 7pm £6 / 7 – 8pm £7 / 8 – 9pm £8 / 9pm – Close £9.

And, just in case you were still of the opinion that Mondays were bad…on Monday nights the clock stops at 5pm.  And, the Palm Bar will extend its seating by taking over the front room where cocktails and PrimeBites are served for £5 from 5pm until close.

So, my recommendation is to pop along to the Palm and have a few prime bites.  The sooner you get there, the more you will save!

The Palm London
1-3 Pont Street

All photos in this post provided by the Palm, London

4.5 / 5 stars     
If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *