Review on The Delaunay
The Delaunay is the latest venture from famed duo Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, set behind an imposing entrance on the corner of historic Drury Lane and the Aldwych. The Delaunay is very similar in style to its iconic sibling the Wolseley in Mayfair, both have a decidedly glamorous décor and offer an all-day dining destination. Designed by David Collins with a 1920's ambience the low ceilinged, huge wood-panelled room is decked out in dark wood and brass fittings, with comfy green leather banquettes. Tables are well-laid with white linen, silver cruets, silver pepper pots and fine glassware.
Following the departure of Lee Ward to the recently opened Fischers restaurant, Malachi O'Gallagher the former Executive Sous Chef has been appointed to take the helm of the kitchen. There is an extensive à la carte menu offered throughout the day from platters of seafood, salads, café classics such as choucroute à l'Alsacienne, moules frites and steaks, as well as their special selection of Wieners and Schnitzels. They also have a delicious section of cakes, slices, desserts and ice cream to tempt you.
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Modern European / Afternoon Tea
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 7.00 - 11.30am (8.00 - 11.00am Sat) (9.00 - 11.00am Sun)
Lunch: 11.30am (5.30pm Sat & Sun) through until
Dinner: 12.00am (11.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express