at home from Delamina
Order online to enjoy our Delamina-style cuisine and some of your favourite dishes anywhere in the UK.
Delighted you're interested in enjoying Delamina EAST at home. Our signature dishes and deli selection are available for delivery and pick-up Mon-Sun.
Our music room accommodates 6-10 diners in a relaxing space filled with pastel colours, natural materials, and our collection of vintage radios and vinyls.
Create your own mood by playing your choice of vinyls on the turntable (use our vinyls or bring your own), connecting your music app to our recycled vintage radio, or just let our own playlist take you on an Eastern Mediterranean musical journey.
Following a residency at Shoreditch House, husband and wife team, Amir and Limor, opened their first restaurant, Delamina EAST in Shoreditch, and then Delamina in Marylebone.
Limor is the driving force behind the menu, drawing on her eclectic heritage — she was born in Tel Aviv to a family of middle eastern and European origin — and inspired by her father, a passionate cook who exposed her to the myriad flavours, herbs and spices of the region.
Limor’s recipes are influenced by her interest in healthy eating – grilling, roasting and using herbs and spices to celebrate the raw ingredients, including many vegetarian dishes. Her self-taught and intuitive approach results in dishes that are wholesome, nutritious and with a unique flavour combination.
Both restaurants are designed by the owners to be informal and welcoming, reflecting their love of organic materials and the warm hospitality of their country of origin. The food is accompanied by a carefully-curated drinks list that includes exciting wines from the Middle East, alongside house cocktails that incorporate the same aromatic ingredients used in the kitchen.
Download our playlist for a taster of the Tel Aviv vibe
Saturday brunch: 11.00am-3.45pm
Saturday dinner: 4.00-9.30pm
Sunday brunch: 10.30am-3.45pm
Sunday dinner: 4.00-8.30pm
(last order is 15 minutes after last booking time)
* brunch is served during Bank Holidays