Known as the heart of The Savoy, the Thames Foyer in London is a stunning setting where guests dine under a glass domed atrium, radiating natural light and sociable warmth. An impressive gazebo takes centre stage from which a pianist plays during the day and more lively bands entertain at night.
Famous around the world for its Afternoon Tea, this venue also plays host to a delectable breakfast, varied all-day dining menu, and in the evenings it’s the home to The Savoy’s live music programme: Live at The Savoy.
Afternoon Tea in the Thames Foyer
The Thames Foyer restaurant is the spot where guests have been coming to enjoy The Savoy’s famous Afternoon Tea each afternoon for over a century.
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Live music, dinner and drinks in the Thames Foyer
As day turns to night the ambiance shifts and the Thames Foyer becomes a more sultry and intimate setting for dinner and evening drinks accompanied by the very best live music in town.
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The Savoy Breakfast
Although world-famous for Afternoon Tea and more recently for its evenings of live music, the Thames Foyer is also the perfect spot for a breakfast meeting, a leisurely lunch or post-work sharing plates and dinner. The indulgent Savoy Breakfast can also be enjoyed in Kaspar’s at The Savoy, and features British breakfast classics and vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options to start the day in true Savoy style.
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