Located behind an imposing entrance on the corner of historic Drury Lane and The Aldwych, The Delaunay is an all-day café-restaurant inspired by the grand cafés of Europe. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, morning coffee and afternoon tea are also served seven days a week, alongside a Take-Out section with a local delivery service. Booking is recommended but a portion of the tables are available for walk-in customers.
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55 AldwychLondonWC2B 4BB
This a very nice restaurant in the theater district. Very upscale looking interior, beautiful décor.
The menu is a very interesting mix of many style comfort foods with a German/Austrian flare.
The service was very good. Nice wine list with an excellent selection of Italian wines.
I had the specialty hand made sausages with German potato salad and kraut. Rockstar had the Eggs Benedict.
Absolutely excellent! Server was attentive to our time constraints due to theatre tickets! Hamburgers were cooked to perfection! I chose a dinner salad and was pleasantly surprised at the variety of vegetables included! Gorgeous European old world charm! We were pleased to find this venue is the sister to the Worsley on Piccadilly! The corner entrance made one feel special!more
If you ever want to impress someone, take them here. Don't go in the plebian entrance - you want the one on the corner of the street or you'll be redirected through. Anyway, imagine an English Balthazar with all your standard British fare done..just, well, just done right and extremely well. Saying that, the oatmeal souffle (souffle? for breakfast!?) is superb. The service is absolutely...more
Excellent food & service! We were very pleased! My husband had the Fillet of Beef Stroganoff and I the Chicken Schnitzel with the Grilled Vegetable Salad--YUM YUM YUM!more
European style old charm coffee and tea parlor.
Have dinner menu as well.
We came for coffee and pastries. Cappuccinos, Sacher Torte, Pain au Chocolate, Croisants, etc were delicious.
Service was corteous and prompt.
I wanted to go back for the schnitzel.
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