Rex Restaurant Associates, the group headed by entrepreneurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, is to operate “an all-day brasserie and café” as part of the £300m redevelopment of the former Regent Palace Hotel in London. According to the Daily Telegraph, the company will take over the Atlantic Bar and Grill site in the scheme. The group will open its latest restaurant venture, The Delaunay, later this month in London’s Aldwych. The new venture from the team behind the Wolseley, which is named after the luxury French car maker, will be an all-day café-restaurant “inspired by the grand cafés of Europe” and will be located on the corner of Drury Lane and The Aldwych. The site will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, while morning coffee and afternoon tea will also be served seven days a week, alongside a take-out section with a local delivery service.