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The Delaunay

European brasserie-style dining in Covent Garden

Legendary restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, who wowed London with The Wolseley, are also behind this superb grand Continental café in Covent Garden. Like its sister eatery, The Delaunay is a buzzy, rapturous, European brassiere, comprised of a sprawling wood-panelled dining room serving Franco-Germanic dishes such as Alsatian tarte flambée (or flammkuchen), schnitzel, and Austrian Kaiserschmarrn with plum compote. The comfort food does not stop here: next door, a standalone counter serves cakes, strudels and scones from a truncated but no less worthy menu.


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