The Delaunay restaurant is open seven days a week – until midnight from Monday to Saturday and 11pm on Sunday – serving breakfast, afternoon tea, and à la carte lunch and dinner menus ‘inspired by the grand cafés of Europe’.
The Delaunay is one of London’s most popular restaurants and is always buzzing with a chic, glamorous crowd. Our favourite menu items are the schnitzels and the Fillet of Beef ‘Stroganoff’.
The Counter at The Delaunay, which has its own separate entrance on Aldwych, offers relaxed, casual dining throughout the day, as well as a take-out option.
The Delaunay’s two private dining rooms seat up to 8 and 14 guests respectively and are available to book for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The two rooms can also be opened up to accommodate a long table of 24 guests.
Whilst booking is always recommended, a certain number of tables are available for ‘walk-ins’ on the day. They opened another sister restaurant Brasserie Zedel a few months later in Soho, which has also been a huge hit.
The most recent opening for Corbin & King has been the Colony Grill Room at The Beaumont Hotel in Mayfair.
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