The Wolseley is a café-restaurant in the grand European
tradition on London's famous Piccadilly. With a spectacular Listed
interior, the restaurant buzzes from early till late, seven days a
As well as eclectic lunch and dinner menus encompassing European
classics, the restaurant serves breakfast, morning coffee,
afternoon tea and an all-day menu.
The Wolseley’s website
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. There are two private dining
The Delaunay’s website
Brasserie Zédel is a true embodiment of the Parisian Brasserie
within the historic setting of one of Europe's finest Art Deco
interiors, adjacent to Piccadilly Circus. In addition to the
Brasserie, there is the Bar Américain and The Crazy Coqs Bar &
Cabaret, as well as the ZL Café on street level. The Brasserie is
open from 11.30am till midnight, offering a high quality,
value-for-money traditional French brasserie menu. Once part of the
Regent Palace Hotel, the 1930s Oliver Bernard design of the rooms
has been painstakingly restored by the Crown Estate as part of its
Quadrant 3 development, Europe's most sustainable building.
Brasserie Zédel’s website
Inspired by the great French pavement cafés, Colbert is an
informal, neighbourhood rendez-vous at the heart of Sloane Square;
it opens early for breakfast and continues to serve food and drinks
throughout the day until post-theatre.
Evocative of Vienna in the early twentieth century, Fischer's is
an informal, neighbourhood café and konditorei. It opens
early for breakfast and continues to serve food and drinks
throughout the day, until late into the evening.
Located on Islington Green, Bellanger is a classic Grand Café ~
Brasserie with a menu that displays a distinct nod to the Alsatian
roots of the original Parisian brasseries. It serves a continuous
food and drink offering throughout the day until late.
Café Wolseley at Bicester Village is Corbin & King's first
venture outside London. Taking reference from the London flagship,
Café Wolseley combines a classic all-day grand café-restaurant,
along with a takeaway counter and a shop. Serving breakfast, lunch,
afternoon tea and dinner, the menus feature classic Wolseley
favourites together with new additions, such as Tarte Flambée and
seasonal salads. Alongside the café-restaurant, a takeaway counter
offers the option of enjoying a coffee, sandwich or cake on the go.
The dedicated space for The Wolseley's first shop showcases an
exceptional collection of gifts from silverware to loose leaf teas,
fine wine and edibles.
Café Wolseley’s website