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.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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55 AldwychLondonWC2B 4BB
Top 5 reviews of The Delaunay
We were visiting London to see my brother who was studying abroad there. Since he had not done the "Afternoon Tea" experience, my research took me here to the Delaunay.
Yes, this place is certainly upscale. It is "pink up" fancy. I almost felt a bit out of place but I knew what to expect as I have done other afternoon tea type experiences. For 20 or so pounds, I think you get a pretty good... more
My wife and I came here for High Tea and it was really good. The atmosphere was buzzy (a bit louder than we'd hoped), but the service was very good.
The tea was delicious and the accompanying foods were great -- we got the Poppy Seed Gugelhupf
with apricot jam and whipped cream as well the
Fruit Scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream. We highly recommend the Scone with clotted... more
Now. I can't actually remember what I ate here...
it was very fancy and the service was top notch. As expected.
All I can remember eating though is the desert. We got the Salzburg soufflé, impressive and an experience, but it does just taste like apricot egg air. We also got the banana split. Which was disappointing. The chocolate sauce was super rich and over powered everything.
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We went for lunch here while we were recently in London. The interior is very nice with lots of wood and the display counters were filled with lots of delicious food. They seated us very promptly. They have a very nice menu with lots of soups and sandwiches and small plates. We ordered a quiche with a salad and tomato soup with rye bread and wine. The soup and bread was delicious just like... more
A lovely piece of Mittel Europe, right in the middle of London's West End: formal service, dark clubby Viennese atmosphere, an excellent wine list and surprising good cooking. It's also open late, far later than most establishments of any quality, so perfect for a decent meal after a theatre, being on the Aldwych just minutes from the Strand. Their menu is online, not particularly large,... more