The Delaunay

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8 / 10

11 expert reviews

“This flashy new brasserie across from Bush House is a kind of Franco-German hybrid, where schnitzels and wieners sit happily beside croque-monsieurs and choucroute alsacienne.”

– Lonely Planet

Fodor's
"Classy breakfasts, brunch, Viennoiserie pastries and afternoon teas are served, and be sure to sniff out the hidden cafe within the cafe to while away a long lost afternoon." Full review
Gayot
14.0
"The Delaunay is big, bustling and very popular. And so it should be, coming from two of the most successful restaurateurs London has produced." Full review
Time Out
"There’s something for everyone, at prices that aren’t greedy given the setting, the quality of the service and the assuredness of the menu." Full review
Frommer's
"In 2012 Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, who did the acclaimed Wolseley, opened another pitch-perfect evocation of a Continental cafe from a lost age." Full review
Zagat
3.5
"A "nostalgia fest" of "exquisite linen" tablecloths and "polished silver" forms the backdrop at this "elegant" Wolseley sibling in Covent Garden." Full review
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