The Delaunay is a stunning European cafe-restaurant, with a beautiful location on the corner of historic Drury Lane and The Aldwych, the perfect destination to enjoy a Viennese inspired Afternoon Tea after exploring the sights of London.
The Delaunay is the sister restaurant of the famous The Wolseley, from restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King.
The elegant interiors were designed by David Collins, featuring antique mirrors, green leather banquette seating, and a gorgeous black and white marble floor.
The Delaunay's Viennese Afternoon Tea offers assorted sandwiches and savouries, poppy seed Gugelhupfs with apricot jam & whipped cream, (traditional fruit scones with strawberry jam & clotted cream are also available), a selection of classic Viennese cakes and choice of teas or coffees. All their pastries are made on the premises by head pastry chef Regis Negrier and his team, with an ever changing selection of cakes and slices, which might include a Lemon and Pistachio Millefeuille, a Sachertorte or a Coffee and Stroh Rum Cake.
Afternoon Tea is served 3pm to 6:30pm every day
Temple, Holborn and Covent Garden stations are all 5-7 minutes walk away
Main dining room
No dress code
Yes, should be included in number of diners
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only
The Delaunay Group Options
Located on a raised level above the ground floor of The Delaunay restaurant, both private rooms are discreetly shielded from the outside world yet flooded with light from large windows during the day. Clad in beautiful wood panelling and featuring original paintings from the restaurant's outstanding collection, the rooms are perfect for celebratory occasions, business gatherings or private conversations.
Minimum: 8 people
Maximum: 24 people
Prices: £29.75 for Champagne Afternoon Tea, £19.75 for Afternoon Tea and £9.75 for Cream Tea. A minimum spend applies
Dietary Requirements: Gluten Free and Vegan menus available
Two Private Rooms available