Apostrophe founder to launch Delamina restaurant in London

By Sophie Witts contact

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Delamina London restaurant opening Marylebone

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The couple behind Shoreditch’s Strut & Cluck are to launch a new Eastern Mediterranean restaurant in London.

Amir Chen – who also co-founded the Apostrophe bakery chain – and his wife Limor will open Delamina in Marylebone later this month.

Dishes will be inspired by Limor’s Israeli background with a focus on healthy, often vegetarian dishes.

Sample menu items include charcoaled leeks, crumbled manouri, dried apricots, roasted hazelnuts and crispy capers; herbed and spiced angus beef and venison koftas on a bed of hummus and tahini; and halva parfait and roasted almonds, date syrup and raw tahini drizzle.

The food will be complemented by an eclectic wine list that includes Israeli and Lebanese vintages and house cocktails that use the herbs and spices from its kitchen.

Amir founded Apostrophe in 2004 and acted as chief executive until the company was wholly acquired by CH&Co in April 2016.

He opened Strut & Cluck, which puts turkey at the heart of the menu,​ with Limor in early 2016.

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