Restaurants Reopening: What’s Open NOW in North, South, East, West & Central London?

What can I eat and where? The London restaurants that reopened on 4 July (or since) in north, south, east, west and central London 

Lead image: Coya, Mayfair

Central London

Amaya, Belgravia
The elegant, airy Michelin-star restaurant is back serving gourmet tapas-style Indian dishes

Dalloway Terrace, Bloomsbury
The Instagrammers’ dream is back with a new English garden-inspired look by McQueens Flowers (open daily from midday to 9pm)

Bone Daddies, Bond St, Victoria, Soho
All sites Bone Daddies sites reopened on 4 July, as well as Shack-Fuyu in Soho and Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden

Gaucho, Broadgate & Piccadilly
The steak restaurant is reopening its branches across London with a new reduced contact ‘Mindful Dining’ service, starting with Broadgate, Canary Wharf, Hampstead, Richmond, Piccadilly, Tower Bridge and Sloane Avenue

Dehesa, Carnaby
Carnaby’s charcuterie and tapas bar has reopened

Dishoom, Carnaby
Dishoom is back serving its wildly popular breakfast naans and the rest (reservations available all day) at Shoreditch, King’s Cross & Carnaby

Dumplings’ Legend, Chinatown
Get your pan-Asian dumplings in this minimalist Chinese dining room

Jinli, Chinatown
Head here for glorious Sichuan hot pots

Brigadiers, the City
Indian barbecue, beer & whisky restaurant Brigadiers is now open for terrace dining Weds-Sat 12pm-9.30pm before the bar opens on 15 July

The Ivy Asia, the City
The biggest, glitziest recent addition to The Ivy portfolio is back

Duck & Waffle, the City
Duck & Waffle, the high-rise restaurant serving waffles with a view, is back

The Ned, the City
Two of The Ned’s eight restaurants – Kaia and Millie’s Lounge – have reopened

Yauatcha, the City & Soho
Hakkasan Group reopened Yauatcha in the City on 6 July, with the Soho branch reopening on Thursday 16 July. The Chinese dim sum teahouse in London has introducing a new Your Yauatcha menu at both branches, where you can ‘pick your own’ from a choice of three menus

The Folly, the City
Drake & Morgan’s Monument venue has reopened with new summer dishes and an Aperol Spritz sharing tree!

Temper, the City, Soho & Covent Garden
The BBQ restaurant has reopened all its locations

Bread Street Kitchen, the City
Gordon Ramsay’s popular City outpost is back

M Restaurants, the City & Victoria
M Restaurants, the popular these steak emporiums, are back

Darwin Brasserie, the City
Darwin Brasserie at Sky Garden reopened on 22 July

Casa Malevo, Connaught Village
Traditional Cocina Argentina is served up Mon-Fri 8am-3pm & 5.30pm-10.30pm, and weekends 9am-3pm & 5.30pm-9.30pm

Bombay Palace, Connaught Village
One of the best Indian restaurants in London, Bombay Place has been cooking the finest Indian cuisine since the 1970s. Open Mon-Sat 12.30pm-3pm and 6pm-10pm, Sun 12.30pm-3pm & 6pm to 9.30pm

Colbeh, Connaught Village
Open 12pm to 11pm every day, Colbeh serves up traditional, Persian chargrilled meat skewers and meze dishes

Mariage Freres, Covent Garden
Loose leaf tea, afternoon tea… all the tea in China, in fact

The Oystermen, Covent Garden
The Oystermen will reopen with a reduced menu but plenty of oysters

Sticks ‘N’ Sushi, Covent Garden, Soho & Victoria
Sticks ‘N’ Sushi reopened all of its London branches on 4 July

MEATliquor, Covent Garden
Get your meaty burgers and killer shakes indoors at the Islington & Covent Garden branches

Petersham Nurseries, Covent Garden
Petersham Nurseries urban outpost in Covent Garden has partly re-opened with La Goccia and The Shop

YORI, Covent Garden
YORI Korean BBQ restaurants is back in Wimbledon, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden

Inamo, Covent Garden
Famous for its brunches, craft Japanese, Chinese, Thai & Korean restaurant Inamo reopened its Camden branch on 23 July, shortly followed by its Covent Garden branch. The Soho branch will follow soon

St John, Farringdon
The Smithfield Michelin-starred restaurant reopened on 29 July to resume its glorious philosophy of nose-to-tail eating

Quality Wines, Farringdon
Quality Wines will take reservations for the first time on reopening

Vinoteca, Farringdon, Marylebone & the City
Vinoteca restaurants and wine bars are now open for grilled bavette sandwiches, wines by the glass and craft beer. Ready meals and steak kits are still available to order online

ROVI, Fitzrovia
Yotam Ottolenghi’s Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant is back

Circolo Popolare, Fitzrovia
Big Mamma restaurants are back and fully bookable

YOPO, Fitzrovia
The Mandrake hotel’s South American restaurant has reopened, as has Jumera and the new Mandrake Cabanas private dining areas

Treehouse London, Fitzrovia
Mexican restaurant Madera by the Beeb has reopened, as well as the rooftop terrace bar

Clipstone, Fitzrovia
From the people behind Quality Chop House

Noize, Fitzrovia
Open Wednesday to Sunday for seasonal French food

Portland, Fitzrovia
Great Portland Street’s Michelin starred modern European dining room reopened on 29 July

Hakkasan, Hanway Place (Fitzrovia)
The legendary Hakkasan is back in Fitzrovia, and it’s taking part in Eat Out to Help Out

Noble Rot, Holborn
The whole space is now a restaurant with no walk-in wine bar until further notice

Kurobuta Hyde Park W2
Formerly Kurobuta Marble Arch, the much-loved izakaya-style Japanese eatery reopened on 23 July under new ownership (it is now owned by Enhanced Hospitality, former owner of Camden’s Gilgamesh). Quote RESIDENT when booking for a complimentary glass of champagne or cherry blossom cocktail on arrival throughout July and August

Pétrus, Knightsbridge
Gordon Ramsay’s Michelin star fine dining restaurant in Knightsbridge reopened on 16 July

Brasserie of Light, Marylebone
The Ivy Group’s impressive restaurant inside Selfridges is back in business

Trishna, Marylebone
Trishna returns with its Michelin-starred contemporary taste of Indian coastal cuisine, plus, it’s signed up for Eat Out to Help Out

Xier, Marylebone
Xier has reopened with a new six-course tasting menu (£70pp) by Head Chef Carlo Scotto, running alongside its 10-course tasting menu (£90pp). Both tasting menus are available for lunch and dinner Wed-Frid and for dinner only on Sat

Tonkotsu, Marylebone
The ramen and gyoza gurus have gone for a phased reopening with Selfridges, Haggerston and Stratford opening first

Fischer’s, Marylebone
Fischer’s Viennese restaurant in Marylebone is now open from 5pm

Delamina, Marylebone
Husband and wife team Limor and Amir Chen reopen their middle-eastern/European restaurants in Marylebone and Shoreditch

Homeslice, Marylebone, Shoreditch, White City & the City
The Wogan brothers’ popular pizza parlours are back

The Wigmore, Marylebone
Michel Roux Jr’s pub on Upper Regent Street has reopened

Xier, Marylebone
Carlo Scotto is back with a new 10-course tasting menu

Carousel, Marylebone
Carousel has started a series of four menus inspired by all the chefs that have cooked in their kitchens

Pachamama, Marylebone
Both the Marylebone and Shoreditch branches of this Peruvian restaurant are back

Tokii, Marylebone
Japanese fusion restaurant TOKii at The Prince Akatoki hotel reopened on 3 August, and is also offering delivery and takeaway for the first time, as well as a Japanese-inspired picnic hamper

FishWorks Marylebone
FishWorks Fishmonger and Restaurant in Marylebone has just reopened its doors for dining in, has launched a new meal and oyster delivery service if you prefer to stay at home, and is taking part in Eat Out to Help Out

Hakkasan Mayfair
Hakkasan Mayfair reopened on 4 July and has also reopened Hakkasan Hanway Place. Sake no Hana, also part of the Hakkasan Group, has yet to announce a reopening date

Lucky Cat, Mayfair
Gordon Ramsay’s Asian eating house on Grosvenor Square reopened on 16 July

Amazónico, Mayfair
The Berkeley Square hotspot is back and has opened its previously members-only basement speakeasy to all

The Chesterfield Mayfair
The hotel has fully reopened its guest bedrooms and all food and beverage areas, including The Terrace Bar, Butler’s Restaurant with brand new breakfast and an all-day dining menu. The Chesterfield Mayfair is participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme too

LPM, Mayfair
‘La Petite Maison’ by Chef Raphael Duntoye is back with its enviable terrace space

Novikov, Mayfair
Mayfair’s high end Italian and Asian restaurant is reopening but the alfresco food stalls will also remain

Ormer, Mayfair
Head to Flemings hotel for fine cuisine by Great British Menu 2020 finalist Kerth Gumbs

Le Gavroche, Mayfair
Michel Roux Jr’s classic French restaurant

Jean Georges at the Connaught, Mayfair
Serving up the truffle pizza and more

Fortnum’s, Mayfair
All of Fortnum’s restaurants have now reopened, except The Gallery, which will reopen from 23 July. The Fortnum’s Bar & Restaurant at the Royal Exchange is also open

Hide, Mayfair
Ollie Dabous’ restaurant has reopened both the Above and Ground restaurants

TAKA, Mayfair
TAKA Mayfair in Shepherd Market reopened on 17 July with a brand new a la carte menu from celebrated Executive Chef Taiji Maruyama, alongside the signature tasting menu. Open Tues-Sat 6pm-10pm

Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill, Mayfair
The Gordon Ramsay Group has reopened all its restaurants and selected venues, including Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill, have a new Love London menu with two courses for £15 each when you dine with a friend (6 July-6 September)

Hush, Mayfair
This popular Mayfair brasserie has transformed its courtyard into an English country garden for the summer

Coya, Mayfair
The Peruvian restaurant returns with a completely new look, open Mon-Sun 12pm-2.30pm, from 6pm till late Sun-Fri and from 6.30pm on Sat

Benares, Mayfair
The high-end restaurant was one of the first in Mayfair to deliver during the lockdown and was back open from Super Saturday

Chutney Mary, Mayfair
The famed Indian restaurant is back along with sibling restaurants Amaya, Veeraswamy and all Masala Zone restaurants

The Wolseley, Mayfair
The iconic grand dame of Piccadilly is back, open from 5pm

Chisou, Mayfair & Knightsbridge
Both of these Japanese restaurants have reopened for diners

Goodman, Mayfair
Goodman steak restaurant reopens its flagship location so you can enjoy that Lake District grass-fed fillet once again

Kitty Fisher’s, Mayfair
Kitty Fisher’s returns with an outside space, a few ground floor tables and takeaway to start

Jamavar, Mayfair
This high-end Indian restaurant near Berkeley Square returns with its highly rated tasting dishes

Scott’s, Mayfair
The celeb hotspot with be-seen terrace returns with new air filtration units

Sexy Fish, Mayfair
This eccentric hotspot is back with air filtration units and thermal cameras for temperature checks, but no hoodies, please

Kai Mayfair
The Michelin star Chinese restaurant is back serving gourmet dishes and has signed hp to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme

TAKA Mayfair
The Japanese restaurant in Shepherd Market has reopened its doors with a brand new seasonal menu from Executive Chef Taiji Maruyama

Pollen Street Social, Mayfair
Jason Atherton’s flagship restaurant, which has a Michelin star, is taking part in Eat Out to Help Out

Veeraswamy, Mayfair
Mayfair’s legendary fine dining restaurant – the oldest Indian restaurant in the capital – is back and has signed up for Eat Out to Help Out

Sabor, Mayfair
Sabor has reopened in Mayfair with an alfresco offering and the Eat Out to Help Out discount

Gymkhana, Mayfair
Famous Mayfair spot Gymkhana reopened on 28 July for the second time this year, following last summer’s disastrous fire

Galvin at Windows, Mayfair
The rooftop restaurant at London Hilton Park Lane reopened on 2 August to serve its much-lauded French cuisine once more

Murger Han, Mayfair & Euston
London’s first Xi’an restaurant reopened on 4 July and is now running a killer Eat Out to Help Out deal

Brasserie Zedel, Piccadilly
Piccadilly’s Parisian brasserie with a 1930s original interior, complete with American Bar, has reopened. Open from 5pm

Heddon Street Kitchen, Piccadilly
The Gordon Ramsay Group has reopened all its restaurants and selected venues, including Heddon Street Kitchen, have a new Love London menu with two courses for £15 each when you dine with a friend (6 July-6 September)

Hard Rock Cafe Piccadilly Circus
Hard Rock Piccadilly is back with a new alfresco terrace and is extending its Eat Out to Help Out offering to Thursdays and Fridays

Aqua Kyoto, Regent Street
The restaurant and terrace is open for lunch on Thursdays & Fridays, brunch on the weekend and dinner every evening throughout July

Aqua Nueva, Regent Street
The bar and terrace is now open Thursday to Saturday, with the restaurant reopening on 16 July

Social Eating House, Soho
Jason Atherton’s Soho favourite is back serving its contemporary bistro menu in an informal setting. The Michelin star restaurant is taking part in Eat Out to Help Out

Paradise, Soho
Paradise restaurant returns with a new menu featuring a twist on Sri Lankan flavours

Barrafina, Soho
The legendary Soho tapas restaurant is open, but now you need to book for your cava and croquetas

Quo Vadis, Soho
Both the restaurant and club are reopen for bookings (members only)

Duck Soup, Soho
Soho’s seasonal European restaurant returns with a socially distanced bar space

Folie, Soho
Folie is back on Golden Square with a new terrace and a special menu for summer. Open Weds-Sat from 9am for coffees, juices, croissants and pain-au-chocolat (Sunday from noon)

The Ivy, Soho
The Caprice group may have closed Le Caprice, but the legendary Ivy remains a West End stalwart

Kolamba, Soho
This Sri Lankan restaurant on Kingly Street has alfresco seating

Lina Stores, Soho
The Italian restaurants return and the King’s Cross venue has a new terrace

Sola, Soho
Victor Garvey’s Californian-inspired restaurant, where Soho meets LA, returns

Pastaio, Soho
Stevie Parle’s pasta bars return in both Soho and Westfield London in Shepherd’s Bush

Nutshell, Soho
Nutshell is back peddling modern takes on traditional Iranian dishes

Kiln, Soho
Soho’s side-of-the-road Thai grill restaurant reopened on 24 July with a short grill menu plus daily chaining specials from Head Chef Meedu Saahd

The Rum Kitchen, Soho
The Caribbean-inspired restaurant that wants us all to be ‘more Carnival’ has reopened at all three of its locations in Brixton, Soho, and Shoreditch

The Breakfast Club, Soho
The legendary breakfast pros have reopened all 12 of their cafes with table bookings for weekdays and app-based virtual queuing system for weekends

Ikoyi, St James’s
St James’s Michelin-star Ikoyi is back serving its distinctive west African-inspired flavours, and it’s taking part in Eat Out to Help Out

St. James’ Courtyard, Westminster
The Courtyard, the alfresco restaurant at St James Court hotel, reopened on 4 July with a brand new menu

The Cinnamon Club, Westminster
Vivek Singh’s incredible restaurant opened on 10 July with new à la carte and tasting menus (the Battersea venue has also reopened, with Cinnamon Bazaar reopening on 3 August and Cinnamon Kitchen City, which was due to reopen on 17 July, taking a little longer than expected)

Quilon, Westminster
Quilon, one of London’s best Indian restaurants, has reopened to offer its south-west coastal Indian cuisine

A Wong, Victoria
Andrew Wong is back with one of the best dim sum menus in town

North London

The Breakfast Club, Angel
The legendary breakfast pros have reopened all 12 of their cafes with table bookings for weekdays and app-based virtual queuing system for weekends

The Cheese Bar, Camden
The cheese conveyor belt of dreams is back

York & Albany, Camden
The Gordon Ramsay Group has reopened all its restaurants and selected venues, including York & Albany, have a new Love London menu with two courses for £15 each when you dine with a friend (6 July-6 September)

Inamo, Camden
Famous for its brunches, craft Japanese, Chinese, Thai & Korean restaurant Inamo reopened its Camden branch on 23 July. The Covent Garden branch is now open too, with Soho to follow soon

Murger Han, Euston & Mayfair
London’s first Xi’an restaurant reopened on 4 July and is now running a killer Eat Out to Help Out deal

Morito, Exmouth Market
Sherry and tapas returns – Morito reopened in Clerkenwell & Hackney on 15 July – both have a few outdoor tables

The Wilmington, Exmouth Market
The pub and dining room is back with its British and European cuisine and cracking bar snacks

Coin Laundry, Exmouth Market
Coin Laundry reopened on 15 July for drinks only from 4pm-9pm Weds-Fri and 1pm-9pm on Saturday (walks-ins only). The kitchen will open at a later date

Moro, Exmouth Market
Moro returned with its delicious tapas inspired by the cuisines or Spain, North Africa and Turkey on 22 July

Caravan, Exmouth Market
Caravan reopened its Exmouth Market venue on 23 July serving breakfast, freshly roasted coffee and an all-day menu

Gaucho, Hampstead
The steak restaurant is reopening its branches across London with a new reduced contact ‘Mindful Dining’ service, starting with Broadgate, Canary Wharf, Hampstead, Richmond, Piccadilly, Tower Bridge and Sloane Avenue

Westerns Laundry, Highgate East
Westerns Laundry reopened on 8 July with a dinnertime set menu served in two sittings – 6pm & 8.30pm – Wed-Sun for July and August (bookings only). The impromptu BBQ lunch continues on weekends

Beam, Highbury & Crouch End
Award winning neighbourhood cafe Beam has reopened with its full menu available, as well as a brand new Middle Eastern-inspired sharing breakfast called Kahvalti

Westerns Laundry, Holloway
Westerns Laundry has reopened with a set menu, including a vegetarian version

Prawn on the Lawn, Islington
This local seafood restaurant and fishmonger is back in business

Salut, Islington
Neighbourhood restaurant Salut reopened on 4 July for lunch from 12pm-3pm and dinner from 6pm-9.30pm

Humble Grape, Islington
Humble Grape is going for a phased reopening with Battersea and Islington up and running first

The Drapers Arms, Islington
The popular Islington gastropub makes a welcome return

MEATliquor, Islington
Get your meaty burgers and killer shakes indoors at the Islington & Covent Garden branches

Trullo, Islington
The sister restaurant to Padella is back in Islington serving lunch and dinner service. Trullo Shop, next door, is open seven days a week from 10am-8pm

Megan’s at the Sorting Office, Islington
Megan’s, which has branches all over south London, reopens its north London venue for bookings and walk-ins

Hot Stone, Islington
The Chapel Market Japanese restaurant is back and tables are in high demand

Smokehouse, Islington
Islington’s Smokehouse kicks off the grilling again

Brewhouse & Kitchen, Highbury & Islington
The brewpubs have reopened with a new menu and plenty of beer in Highbury, Hoxton and Islington

Touro, Kensal Green
The Brazilian steakhouse is back in Wimbledon and Kensal Green, with the Clapham branch opening soon

Barrafina, King’s Cross
Barrafina at Coal Drops Yard is open, as is Parrillan, the restaurant’s lovely roomy terrace serving Spanish para picar

Dishoom, King’s Cross
Dishoom is back serving its wildly popular breakfast naans and the rest (reservations available all day) at Shoreditch, King’s Cross & Carnaby

Caravan, King’s Cross
Caravan’s huge King’s Cross venue is one of the first of London’s five Caravan sites to reopen serving breakfast, freshly roasted coffee and an all-day menu. Plus, it has lots of alfresco space

Double Standard, King’s Cross
The bar and restaurant at The Standard has added extra terrace space for alfresco fun

Vinoteca, King’s Cross,
Vinoteca restaurants and wine bars are now open for grilled bavette sandwiches, wines by the glass and craft beer. Ready meals and steak kits are still available to order online

Hoppers, King’s Cross
The King’s Cross branch of Hoppers will reopen before the Marylebone and Soho branches, complete with an extended terrace overlooking Regent’s Canal and Granary Square

Camino, King’s Cross & Bankside
The Spanish restaurants reopened with new seasonal additions to the menu

Coal Office, King’s Cross
Grab and go is available and the large terrace space is open

Parrillan, Casa and Plaza Pastor, King’s Cross
The Harts Group is reopening in King’s Cross, with Parrillan, Casa and Plaza Pastor all launching at Coal Drops Yard

Hicce, King’s Cross
Pip Lacey’s restaurant in Coal Drops Yard has lots of terrace space

The Lighterman, King’s Cross
This lovely King’s Cross restaurant by the canal is back, with alfresco space to boot

Lina Stores, King’s Cross
The Italian restaurants return and the King’s Cross venue has a new terrace

Rotunda Bar and Restaurant, King’s Cross
Rotunda Bar and Restaurant has reopened and has an extensive astro-turfed outdoor terrace sitting alongside Regent’s Canal

The Grand Duchess, Paddington
London Shell Co’s permanently moored seafood barge is back

Skylark, Paddington
Skylark rooftop restaurant reopened on 18 July. The venue is open exclusively for 4 Kingdom Street companies during the week (Wed-Fri 11am-11pm) and open to the public at weekends (Sat 11am-11pm & Sun 11am-10.30pm)

Plu, St John’s Wood
Plu has opened its alfresco La Terrasse with its own food and drinks menu before the main restaurant reopens

Primeur, Stoke Newington
Stokie’s Primeur reopened on 8 July with a set dinner menu served Weds-Sun in two sittings (6pm and 8.30pm, bookings only). A set lunch is offered on Saturdays and Sundays with no bookings required

Jolene, Newington Green
The bakery, restaurant and wine bar is back in business for dinner from 22 July

East London

Sager + Wilde, Bethnal Green & Hackney
This restaurant, wine and cocktail bar in a beautiful old railway arch is back

Issho-Ni, Bethnal Green
The Japanese restaurant’s izakaya-style bottomless brunch is back

Da Terra, Bethnal Green
This Italian-meets-Latin-America reopens in Bethnal Green Town Hall Hotel on Fridays and Saturdays to start

Mama London
The coolest boutique hotel in town has reopened the doors to its restaurants and hotel rooms, but the karaoke rooms remain closed until further notice

Sticks ‘N’ Sushi, Canary Wharf
Sticks ‘N’ Sushi reopened all of its London branches on 4 July

The Parlour, Canary Wharf
Drake & Morgan’s secret garden-inspired lounge on Canada Square is back with new dishes and is now open on Sundays too

The Breakfast Club, Canary Wharf
The legendary breakfast pros have reopened all 12 of their cafes with table bookings for weekdays and app-based virtual queuing system for weekends

40ft Brewery, Dalston
The taproom is open outside only with a special ‘6ft’ beer on offer

The Duke of Richmond, Dalston
Tom Oldroyd’s pub is back serving crab and chip butties

Lardo, Hackney
Lardo’s amazing pizzas return

The Laughing Heart, Hackney
Tom Anglesea is back with a fixed menu, but no late-night offering just yet

Morito, Hackney
Sherry and tapas returns as Morito reopens in Hackney and Clerkenwell

Bistrotheque, Hackney
Bistrotheque is back for its legendary brunch

Bright, Hackney
From the team behind P Franco is open with a new set menu inside and a la carte on the terrace

Rochelle Canteen, Hackney
Margot Henderson and Melanie Arnold are back with the ideal spot for alfresco dining

The Breakfast Club, Hackney & Hoxton
The legendary breakfast pros have reopened all 12 of their cafes with table bookings for weekdays and app-based virtual queuing system for weekends

Brewhouse & Kitchen,  Hoxton
The brewpubs have reopened with a new menu and plenty of beer in Highbury, Hoxton and Islington

Tonkotsu, Haggerston & Stratford
The ramen and gyoza gurus have gone for a phased reopening with Selfridges, Haggerston and Stratford opening first

Berber & Q, Haggerston
The Middle Eastern grill house in a railway arch reopened on 15 July

The Narrow, Limehouse
The Gordon Ramsay Group has reopened all its restaurants and selected venues, including The Narrow, have a new Love London menu with two courses for £15 each when you dine with a friend (6 July-6 September)

Bone Daddies, Old Street
All sites Bone Daddies sites reopened on 4 July, as well as Shack-Fuyu in Soho and Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden

Officina 00, Old Street
This restaurant and pasta workshop supplied pasta throughout lockdown, but it’s back up and running now

Dishoom, Shoreditch
Dishoom is back serving its wildly popular breakfast naans and the rest (reservations available all day) at Shoreditch, King’s Cross & Carnaby

Blacklock, Shoreditch
Blacklock Shoreditch is back, Soho follows on 23 July and the City branch will reopen on 1 September

SMOKESTAK, Shoreditch
David Carter’s barbecue restaurant reopened on 4 July with a stripped-back menu focusing wood-smoked meat that’s sliced and diced to order

Smoking Goat, Shoreditch
Ben Chapman’s Thai barbecue restaurant has reopened with new dishes using lobster and crab to help support fishermen

Boundary Rooftop Bar & Grill, Shoreditch
Boundary has reopened its fab rooftop terrace on a walk-in basis only. New opening hours are Mon-Thurs 5pm-11pm & Thurs-Sun 12-11pm

Laphet, Shoreditch
Get your Burmese fix once again at Laphet

3AKE, Shoreditch
London’s first sake and cocktail pairing Japanese fusion restaurant reopened on 4 August and Bar. This is a great spot for gluten free and vegan diners

Leroy, Shoreditch
Enjoy a little Michelin-starred sparkle in Shoreditch from Thursday to Saturday

Padella, Shoreditch
London’s favourite pasta bar is back in Borough Market & Shoreditch, with seating for an extra 40 in Borough Market

Smokestak, Shoreditch
The irresistible Smoketsak BBQ restaurant returns with terrace dining

Gloria, Shoreditch
Big Mamma restaurants are back and fully bookable

Pachamama, Shoreditch
Both the Marylebone and Shoreditch branches of this Peruvian restaurant are back

Casa do Frango, Shoreditch
The Portuguese restaurant is back, adding a large outdoor terrace at its Shoreditch venue

Delamina East, Shoreditch
Husband and wife team Limor and Amir Chen reopen their middle-eastern/European restaurants in Shoreditch and Marylebone

Popolo, Shoreditch
This brilliant Italian restaurant is back with seasonal dishes

Sagardi, Shoreditch
Head to Sagardi for Basque-style cooking and plenty of meat

Brat, Shoreditch
Brat, Tomos Parry’s Michelin-starred restaurant on Redchurch Street, reopened on 21 July

The Rum Kitchen, Shoreditch
The Caribbean-inspired restaurant that wants us all to be ‘more Carnival’ has reopened at all three of its locations in Brixton, Soho, and Shoreditch

Barrio, Shoreditch
Barrio’s Shoreditch branch reopened on 23 July with a sassy new Summer Tropical Yard. The Angel, Brixton and Soho branches will follow shortly

Jose Pizarro, Spitalfields
This high-end tapas joint returns on 8 July, followed by Pizarro on Bermondsey Street from 15 July

Discount Suit Co, Spitalfields
The Discount Suit Co is open for private hire of the whole venue only, with standard opening from August

Bubala, Spitalfields
Vegetarian Middle-Eastern inspired food

Galvin Bistrot & Bar, Spitalfields
Formerly Galvin Hop, Galvin Bistrot & Bar is now offering a new bistro-style menu

Allegra, Stratford
Allegra on the 7th floor of The Stratford hotel makes good use of its enormous terrace

Townsend, Whitechapel
The modern British dining room, café and wine bar at the Whitechapel Gallery is now back

South East London

Camino, Bankside & King’s Cross
The Spanish restaurants reopened with new seasonal additions to the menu

Casse Croute & Pique Nique, Bermondsey
The two sibling French restaurants from Hervé Durochat are now open

Bone Daddies, Bermondsey
All sites Bone Daddies sites reopened on 4 July, as well as Shack-Fuyu in Soho and Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden

Copper & Ink, Blackheath
Blackheath’s most exciting eatery, run by MasterChef finalist Tony Rodd and his partner Becky Cummings, is back

Everest Inn, Blackheath
Blackheath’s award-wining Nepalese restaurant reopened for dining in on 21 July

Bianco 43, Blackheath & Greenwich
The pizza maestros are back for dining in at both branches

Buenos Aires Cafe, Blackheath & Greenwich
Buenos Aires Cafe is now open in both Blackheath & Greenwich with a free bottle of house wine for diners eating anytime from Tuesday to Thursday till the end of July

Artis, Blackheath
Artis reopened on 4 July and is now open Weds-Sat 5pm-11.45pm (dinner service till 10pm)

Elliot’s, Borough Market
Elliot’s restaurant and natural wine store is back with an outdoor summer pop-up called Ell Fresco

Hawksmoor, Borough Market
Hawksmoor Borough is reopening evenings only, followed by reopenings in Seven Dials on 21 July, Spitalfields on 24 July, Mayfair on 28 July, Knightsbridge on 31 July and Guildhall on 1 September

Wright Bros, Borough Market
The seafood specialists are back in both Borough Market & Battersea

Padella, Borough Market
London’s favourite pasta bar is back in Borough Market & Shoreditch, with seating for an extra 40 in Borough Market

Good Neighbour, Camberwell
This Camberwell gem is welcoming its neighbours back – good and bad – for wine, cheese, charcuterie and sharing plates

The Crooked Well, Camberwell
The Crooked Well reopened on 9 July to serve drinks and a reduced menu. Open Thurs-Fri 5pm-10pm and Sat-Sun 12.30pm-9.45pm (kitchen 12.30pm-3:30pm and 5.30pm-9pm)

The Camberwell Arms, Camberwell
The Camberwell Arms reopened on 23 July with reduced hours (Thurs-Fri 6pm-11pm, Sat 12pm-11pm & Sun 12pm-6pm). Both bookings and walk-ins welcome

Joanna’s, Crystal Palace
Palace stalwart Joanna’s reopened on 17 July with reduced opening hours: Weds-Fri 12pm-3pm & 6pm-9pm, Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 10am-11.30pm & 12.15pm-4.30pm. Bookings only

The Crystal Palace Market, Crystal Palace
Reopened on 4 July with new opening hours (Thurs 6pm-10.30pm, Fri 6pm-11pm⁣, Sat 10am-5pm & 6pm-11pm and Sun 10am-5pm & 6pm-10.30pm)

The Sparrowhawk, Crystal Palace
The Sparrowhawk is back, taking bookings for dining-in. The Sunday roasts to go are still available too⁣⁣⠀

Joe’s Lounge, Crystal Palace
Joe’s Lounge bar and tapas joint is back with plenty of vegan options, beautifully crafted cocktails and a vinyl soundtrack

Mi Cocina es Tuya, Crystal Palace
Palace’s Venezuelan restaurant reopened on 4 July to satisfy those empanada and arepa cravings

Lorenzo, Dulwich & Crystal Palace
Lorenzo of Dulwich reopened on 8 July for both dining and takeaway, with both the front terrace and rear garden open for customers who prefer to dine alfresco. Lorenzo of Crystal Palace followed on 16 July on the ground floor only

Rocca, Dulwich Village
Rocca is back – get your pizza fix!

The Real Greek, Dulwich Village & Bankside
The Real Greek, the UK’s only group of authentic Greek restaurants, reopened most of its branches for dining-in from 4 July 2020, including Dulwich & Bankside

Franklins, East Dulwich
Franklins on Lordship Lane is back open with a limited menu and limited space to keep things safe

Yama Momo, East Dulwich
Lordship Lane’s contemporary Japanese izakaya and sushi restaurant is back

Terroirs, East Dulwich
The wine shop, market and bistro is back serving small plates and top tipples

Spinach, East Dulwich
Spinach is open for breakfast, brunch and lunch from Tues-Sun (8.30am-5pm) – no bookings at these times. Spinach is also open for dinner on Fri & Sat (5pm-10pm) where booking is recommended

Southwark Playhouse, Elephant & Castle
Southwark Playhouse has reopened its bar and ‘secret clubhouse’. The bar opening hours are generally Weds-Fri 5pm-11pm and Sat 12pm-11pm, but do check before travelling as these may change. Reservations are recommended but walk-ins are fine

Mercato Metropolitano, Elephant & Castle
The street food hub and micro-brewery is back with food traders, fresh groceries, an artisanal deli and more outdoor seating options

Toulouse Lautrec, Elephant & Castle
One of Elephant & Castle’s best kept secrets, Toulouse Lautrec reopened its doors on 4 July, with live music to follow hopefully from 1 August

Babur, Forest Hill
Forest Hill’s legendary contemporary Indian restaurant is back

The Guildford Arms, Greenwich
The Guildford Arms combines the best of both worlds – great pub garden and top notch dining – and it reopened on 16 July

Sticks ‘N’ Sushi, Greenwich
Sticks ‘N’ Sushi reopened all of its London branches on 4 July

Bill’s, Greenwich
Bill’s on Nelson Road, right opposite Greenwich Market, reopened on 17 July as the phased reopening of its London locations continues (Hammersmith also opened on the 17th and the Wimbledon branch has been open a while)

Greenwich Grind
Greenwich Grind reopened for weekend brunches, served from 9am-6.30pm, 18 July. Bookings for groups of up to six are available and some tables will be held for walk-ins. The grab-and-go counter is still open for takeaway

Greenwich Market
Greenwich Market is open from Thursday to Sunday, 11am-4.30pm, for hot and cold street food (takeaway only)

Aqua Shard, London Bridge
Aqua Shard is open for lunch on Thursdays & Fridays, brunch on the weekend and dinner every evening throughout July. Afternoon tea will recommence from 1 September

Hutong, London Bridge
Hutong at The Shard is open for lunch Thursday to Sunday and dinner every evening throughout July

Bar Douro, London Bridge
Bar Douro reopened its little slice of Portugal on Super Saturday, complete with an extended outdoor terrace (which will take bookings for the first time) and a revitalised menu

Casa do Frango, London Bridge
The Portuguese restaurant is back, adding a large outdoor terrace at its Shoreditch venue

Santo Remedio, London Bridge
This Mexican restaurant with top margaritas returns with sombreros on

Trivet, London Bridge
The wine bar is first to reopen, serving small plates, main dishes and desserts in the dining room and the new outdoor seating area (Weds-Sat, 12pm-9pm). Also available is Trivet Coffee and Bakery

El Pastor, London Bridge
The Harts Bros Mexican restaurant

The Breakfast Club, London Bridge
The legendary breakfast pros have reopened all 12 of their cafes with table bookings for weekdays and app-based virtual queuing system for weekends

Levan, Peckham
The modern European restaurant from Salon’s Nicholas Balfe is back

Coal Rooms, Peckham
Coal Rooms is currently open for Sunday roasts and will be expanding its opening hours to Thur-Sat evenings, serving a five-course tasting menu, from 16 July

Seabird, Southwark
Seabird seafood restaurant at The Hoxton, Southwark, makes the most of its rooftop terrace

Union Street Cafe, Southwark
The Gordon Ramsay Group has reopened all its restaurants and selected venues, including Union Street Cafe, have a new Love London menu with two courses for £15 each when you dine with a friend (6 July-6 September)

Gaucho, Tower Bridge
The steak restaurant is reopening its branches across London with a new reduced contact ‘Mindful Dining’ service, starting with Broadgate, Canary Wharf, Hampstead, Richmond, Piccadilly, Tower Bridge and Sloane Avenue. The O2 Greenwich is opening soon

Gunpowder, Tower Bridge
Gunpowder contemporary Indian restaurant returns with a much larger terrace

South West London

Megan’s, Balham, Battersea, Clapham, Parson’s Green & Fulham
Megan’s, SW London’s brunch favourite, is back taking bookings and walk-ins for its all-day dining options

The Apple Blue, Balham
One of Balham’s best brunch spots is back for dine-ins! Open 9.30am-3.30pm daily for walk-ins and reservations

Tagine, Balham
Moroccan restaurant Tagine reopened on 4 July for sharing plates and mezze

The Indian Room, Balham
Balham’s award-winning Indian Restaurant is back serving authentic Indian cuisine. Bookings only at present, although takeaway is still an option

Brickwood, Balham, Clapham & Streatham
South west London’s Aussie-inspired neighbourhood cafes are back for coffee, brunch and alfresco vibes

Rick Stein, Barnes
Rick Stein’s Barnes outpost is back. Choose from the main menu, weekday set menu or book a table for weekend breakfast

Church Road, Barnes
The proper, old-fashioned neighbourhood restaurant is back for lunch and dinner with takeaways still available

Wright Bros, Battersea
The seafood specialists are back in both Borough Market & Battersea

Humble Grape, Battersea
Humble Grape is going for a phased reopening with Battersea and Islington up and running first

Cinnamon Kitchen, Battersea
The Battersea venue was the first of Vivek Singh’s restaurants to reopen, followed by Cinnamon Club on 10 July, and then Cinnamon Kitchen City on 17 July and Cinnamon Bazaar on 24 July

London House, Battersea
The Gordon Ramsay Group has reopened all its restaurants and selected venues, including London House, have a new Love London menu with two courses for £15 each when you dine with a friend (6 July-6 September)

Gazette, Battersea, Putney & Tooting
Gazette Brasserie is back and taking bookings at all three of its SW London branches

Nutbourne Bar & Restaurant, Battersea
The Gladwin Brothers’ neighbourhood restaurant on Ransomes Dock is back

No. 29 Power Station West, Battersea
The Darwin & Wallace group has been busy getting all its neighbourhood bar/restaurants reopen, including nearby sister restaurant No. 32 The Old Town in Clapham

Sinabro, Battersea
Sinabro French Bistro on Battersea Rise is back

The Breakfast Club, Battersea
The legendary breakfast pros have reopened all 12 of their cafes with table bookings for weekdays and app-based virtual queuing system for weekends

Kricket, Brixton
Kricket serves excellent Indian-inspired small plates in south and west London

Salon, Brixton
This brilliant British restaurant in Brixton Market is back

The Laundry, Brixton
The Laundry’s lovely terrace opened first for all-day dining, but indoor dining is now available too

Naughty Piglets, Brixton
Naughty Piglets reopened on 8 July with new opening hours: Weds-Fri 12pm-2.30pm and Sat-Sun 12pm-5pm for lunch (take out burgers and beers only); dine-in dinners Weds-Sat 6pm-9.30pm. Open every day from August.

Nanban, Brixton
MasterChef winner Tim Anderson’s Japanese izakaya-style restaurant reopens for in-house dining on 16 July

Pop Brixton
Pop reopened on 4 July with food from the likes of Baba G’s, Mama Jerk and Koi Ramen getting back into the swing of things

The Rum Kitchen, Brixton
The Caribbean-inspired restaurant that wants us all to be ‘more Carnival’ has reopened at all three of its locations in Brixton, Soho, and Shoreditch

Sorella, Clapham
Clapham’s neighbourhood Italian restaurant, awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2020, reopened on 4 July

No. 32 The Old Town, Clapham
The Darwin & Wallace group has been busy getting all its restaurants reopen, including nearby sister restaurant No. 29 Power Station West in Battersea

Minnow, Clapham
Minnow is back for brunch, lunch, dinner and Sunday roasts

Carmen, Clapham
The friendly neighbourhood tapas restaurant is back and taking bookings

Tsunami, Clapham
Clapham’s Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar on Voltaire Road is back

Bodean’s BBQ, Clapham & Fulham
Clapham’s long-established Kansas City-style BBQ restaurant reopened on 4 July, as did its sister site in Fulham

MamaLan, Clapham & Brixton
MamaLan returns on 15 July for dine-ins with a brand new look at both branches to go with its delicious dumplings, boa and wings

Brickwood, Clapham, Balham & Streatham
South west London’s Aussie-inspired neighbourhood cafes are back for coffee, brunch and alfresco vibes

Megan’s, Fulham, Parsons Green, Clapham, Battersea, Balham & Wimbledon
Megan’s, SW London’s brunch favourite, is back taking bookings and walk-ins for its all-day dining options

Perky Nel, Clapham
The common-side Livelyhood Pub has reopened for table bookings indoors and out and is offering Eat Out to Help Out

The Little Orange Door, Clapham
A new opening! Who’d have thunk it? The sister venue to The Little Yellow Door in Notting Hill and The Little Blue Door in Fulham launched on 29 July and is now open from Wednesday to Sunday every week

Manuka Kitchen, Fulham
Manuka Kitchen has reopened for lunch from Weds-Sat 12noon-3pm, dinner from Weds-Sat 5pm-9.50pm (last orders) and brunch from Sat-Sun 10am-3pm. Delivery and takeaway service options continue

The River Cafe, Fulham/Hammersmith
OK sure, it’s more Hammersmith than Fulham but it felt rude not to include the legendary River Cafe here. The restaurant is now open for lunch Mon-Sun from 12pm, and dinner Mon-Sat from 6pm

Koji, Parsons Green
Koji, the contemporary Japanese restaurant and sushi bar in Parsons Green, is back following a little spruce up. Takeaways to resume from 30 July

Darby’s at Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms
Robin Gill’s Nine Elms hotspot with killer sourdough has an expanded outside terrace

Petersham Nurseries, Richmond
Richmond’s gorgeous foliage-covered restaurant has reopened with extended hours

Gaucho, Richmond
The steak restaurant is reopening its branches across London with a new reduced contact ‘Mindful Dining’ service, starting with Broadgate, Canary Wharf, Hampstead, Richmond, Piccadilly, Tower Bridge and Sloane Avenue

Carluccio’s, Richmond
Carluccio’s is going for a phased reopening, with Carluccio’s Richmond opening first on 30 July. Nationwide, Carluccio’s will be offering the Eat Out to Help Out discount without the £10pp limit

Brickwood, Streatham, Balham & Clapham
South west London’s Aussie-inspired neighbourhood cafes are back for coffee, brunch and alfresco vibes

Baby Spinach, Streatham
Baby Spinach is back for eat and drink-in, takeaway and delivery service from Tues-Sun 9am-3pm

Hood, Streatham
Streatham’s most popular neighbourhood restaurant reopened on 4 July for brunch, dinner and locally brewed beers

Honest Burgers, Tooting
Honest Burgers is gradually opening up its many venues, and Tooting is go!

Good Neighbour, Tooting
This Tooting gem had barely opened its doors before being ordered to close them again, but this cool little joint is back for dinner and drinks Mon-Sat and brunch Fri-Sun

The Tapas Room, Tooting
The Tapas Room, which has just opened a new branch in Brixton Village, has reopened at Tooting Broadway Market

Chit Chaat Chai, Wandsworth
The colourful Chit Chaat Chai reopened its doors on Old York Road on 4 July, just in time to celebrate its sixth birthday

Konnigans, Wandsworth
Konnigans has been serving takeaway pints, coffee, smoothies and food for most of lockdown, but the restaurant reopened fully on 9 July

London Stock, Wandsworth
London Stock, Ram Quarter’s newest restaurant addition, reopened on 4 July with a brand new 10-course tasting menu to celebrate

The Ivy Cafe Wimbledon
Wimbledon’s Ivy Cafe, complete with courtyard garden, is back in business

Giggling Squid, Wimbledon
Giggling Squid is back, operating a reservations-only policy. Takeaway and collection is still available

Grilandia, Wimbledon
The beautiful Lebanese restaurant on Broadway is back

Megan’s in the Village, Wimbledon
Megan’s, SW London’s brunch favourite, is back taking bookings and walk-ins for its all-day dining options

Lu-Ma, Wimbledon
Lu-Ma is back with a reduced menu

Bill’s, Wimbledon & Richmond
Bill’s, which has a lovely alfresco terrace space, has now reopened. The Richmond branch reopens on 17 July as the chain continues its phased reopenings

Touro, Wimbledon
The Brazilian steakhouse is back in Wimbledon and Kensal Green, with the Clapham branch opening soon

YORI, Wimbledon
YORI Korean BBQ restaurants is back in Wimbledon, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden

Sticks ‘N’ Sushi, Wimbledon
Sticks ‘N’ Sushi reopened all of its London branches on 4 July

The Adega, Wimbledon
The Adega Spanish and Portuguese restaurant and tapas bar has returned

601 Queen’s Rd, Wimbledon
The Darwin & Wallace group has been busy getting all its neighbourhood bar/restaurants reopen, including sister restaurants No. 32 The Old Town in Clapham  and No. 29 Power Station West in Battersea

Brunswick House, Vauxhall
Jackson Boxer’s Vauxhall restaurant is taking bookings with reduced seating

West London

The Sea The Sea, Chelsea
The seafood bar is back, taking reservations for groups of up to six

Colbert, Chelsea
Colbert, the neighbourhood restaurant on Sloane Square inspired by the great boulevard cafés of Paris, is back. Open from 5pm

maze Grill Park Walk, Chelsea
The Gordon Ramsay Group has reopened all its restaurants and selected venues, including maze Grill Park Walk, have a new Love London menu with two courses for £15 each when you dine with a friend (6 July-6 September)

The Five Fields, Chelsea
The Michelin-starred neighbourhood restaurant is back with its prix fixe menu celebrating native British artisanal produce – and it’s signed up for Eat Out to Help Out

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Chelsea
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is back, open Tues-Sat with reservations available up to three months in advance

Gaucho, Chelsea
The steak restaurant is reopening its branches across London with a new reduced contact ‘Mindful Dining’ service, starting with Broadgate, Canary Wharf, Hampstead, Richmond, Piccadilly, Tower Bridge and Sloane Avenue

Sticks ‘N’ Sushi, Chelsea
Sticks ‘N’ Sushi reopened all of its London branches on 4 July

Vardo, Chelsea
Vardo has lots of alfresco space, in fact, the entire restaurant can be alfresco!

Dinings SW3, Chelsea
This much-loved Japanese restaurant is back

Kutir, Chelsea
Rohit Ghai’s highly respected Indian restaurant returns to keep Chelsea residents happy

Sophie’s Steakhouse, Chelsea
Missing your dry-aged steak and martinis? They’re back

The Ivy Chelsea Garden
Chelsea’s most famous garden returns for celeb-spotting brunches

Elystan Street, Chelsea
Elystan Street from Phil Howard and Rebecca Mascarenhas is back for lunch and dinner with the Food to Order service (Thurs-Sun lunch)  still available for pick-up or delivery to Kensington, Chelsea, Fulham, Hammersmith, Barnes and Putney

Vinoteca, Chiswick
Vinoteca restaurants and wine bars are now open for grilled bavette sandwiches, wines by the glass and craft beer. Ready meals and steak kits are still available to order online

Nº197 Chiswick Fire Station, Chiswick
The Darwin & Wallace group has been busy getting all its neighbourhood bar/restaurants reopen with a new app so you can order and pay from your table

Annie’s, Chiswick
Annie’s returned on 16 July and will be serving its award-winning brunches again from the weekend

Côte Brasserie, Chiswick
Côte is gradually reopening its brasseries, starting with Chiswick and Kingston, now open from midday until 9pm

Sam’s Riverside, Hammersmith
Sam’s Riverside, relatively new before lockdown, returns with a new Riverside terrace serving seafood specials

The River Cafe, Hammersmith
The legendary River Cafe is now open for lunch Mon-Sun from 12pm, and dinner Mon-Sat from 6pm

Bill’s, Hammersmith
Bill’s in Hammersmith reopens on 17 July as the phased reopening of its London locations continues (Greenwich also opens on the 17th and Wimbledon is already open)

Julie’s, Holland Park
Julie’s reopened on 16 July with extended opening hours and revamped menus, including an exciting new breakfast menu developed by Chef Patron Shay Cooper. The restaurant, which has a lovely outdoor terrace, is now open from Weds-Sun 9am-10.15pm.

Daphne’s, Kensington
Daphne’s Italian restaurant returns with new air filtration units and thermal cameras for temperature checks

Bone Daddies, Kensington
All sites Bone Daddies sites reopened on 4 July, as well as Shack-Fuyu in Soho and Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden

Megan’s, High Street Kensington
Megan’s, south London’s brunch favourite, is back taking bookings and walk-ins for its all-day dining options

Kitchen W8, Kensington
Kensington’s Michelin-starred neighbourhood restaurant) is back for lunch and dinner with deliveries still available

Zuaya, Kensington
Exotic Latin American restaurant Zuaya, just off Kensington High Street, has reopened

Gold, Notting Hill
Gold will be making good use of its alfresco space out back in Notting Hill

Caractere, Notting Hill
Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari’s restaurant

Core by Clare Smyth, Notting Hill
Clare Smyth’s Michelin-star restaurant is back up and running

Eggslut, Notting Hill
Eggs are good… Open for dine-in

Orasay, Notting Hill
Jackson Boxer’s Notting Hill restaurant is taking bookings with reduced seating

The Shed, Notting Hill
The Gladwin Brothers’ neighbourhood restaurant is back

The Oyster Bar at Bibendum, South Kensington
The Oyster Bar at Bibendum is Claude Bosi’s second restaurant at Michelin House

Le Petit Sud, South Kensington
The little French wine bar is back with cheese, charcuterie, small plates, wine and cocktails, including a special edition Noilly Prat Americano

Grilandia, Westbourne Grove
The beautiful Lebanese restaurant is back from 11am-10pm

Pastaio, Westfield London
Stevie Parle’s pasta bars return in both Soho and Westfield London in Shepherd’s Bush

Kricket, White City
Kricket serves excellent Indian-inspired small plates in south and west London

Prairie Fire, White City
Soak up the summer sunshine on Prairie Fire’s urban beer terrace while enjoying the best of British and American craft beers with Kansas City-style barbecue dishes



 

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