Restaurants at the Park Inn Heathrow


Drive away hunger at the Park Inn

There are normally two restaurants to choose from at the Heathrow Park Inn hotel, although the hotel is currently under refurbishment, so only the Bravo Bravo restaurant is open. When the refurbishment is complete, guests will be able to enjoy relaxed drinking or dining in the bright and modern Pulse Cafe, Bar and Deli. Stop here with the family to relax over tea, coffee or soft drink, grab a sandwich or salad and sip a beer or a wine. Upstairs the decor is fun and funky and you can watch their huge TV while you eat.

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If the room is getting a little crowded there’s a much larger dining space downstairs with a more muted and classic decor. Eat here in the evening when the family can enjoy a shared pizza or relax over drinks and a good selection of classic dishes.

  • Bravo Bravo Restaurant
  • Breakfast: 6am to 10am, 11am at weekends
  • Dinner: 5.30pm to 10.30pm

Whilst refurbishment is ongoing, all meals can be taken in the Bravo Bravo restaurant. This big room will seat large numbers but also serves as entertainment, providing a kids area during weekends and school holidays; news, sport or a movie will show on their massive wide projection screens; and at weekends there’s a DJ, while once a month they host a popular club night with dancing until 3.00 am. There is also a bar here – open until 1.00am and 3.00am at weekends - where you can grab a cocktail from a long menu of choices.

In the evenings the restaurant serves a buffet carvery where for a set price you can serve yourself to a good range of dishes for a three course meal. Choose from a wide array of vegetables to accompany your meat, or there are different options like Cajun salmon, vegetable curry, spaghetti or other pasta options, or maybe a goat’s cheese tart. Start with soup or a salad, and top it off with one of the many delicious dessert options. The pastries are especially scrumptious. Waiters will bring you wine or other drinks, but mostly dinner is a relaxed, serve yourself affair.

Breakfast

Bravo Bravo is also your venue for breakfast in the morning. Breakfast starts at 6am and ends at 10am, or 11am at weekends. Waiters will serve tea or coffee but you can serve yourself from a great range of cooked breakfast items, including a variety of sausages, and even far Eastern foods in the Asian corner if you prefer. There are cereals, fruits, cold cuts and a wonderful array of pastries and breads to choose from. You’re overrun with options and the kids will love it, and the huge kid's pack they get will help keep them entertained at the airport.