Tracking when London restaurants are reopening for dine-in customers

the delaunay is reopeningCorbin & King get ready to reopen The Delaunay in Aldwych

As the lockdown gets ever more relaxed, restaurants are finally reopening. Here's what's opened so far - and also what's reopening soon. Check back regularly as this list is growing larger by the day...


Reopening soon


Reopening in October

The Delaunay (Aldwych, 20 October) Corbin & King's grand cafe is gearing up to reopen.

Cafe Murano Covent Garden (Covent Garden, 20 October) Angela Hartnett's WC2 spot reopens.


Now Open

Restaurants that have reopened

Reopened in October

Decimo (King's Cross, 1 October) - the high rise Mexican restaurant is coming back.

The Petersham (Covent Garden, 1 October) - the Italian restaurant is back, just in time for winter truffle season. 

Le Comptoir Robuchon (Mayfair, 1 October) - back with a brand new menu (and the amazing pommes puree).


Reopened in September

Bentley's Seafood and Oyster Bar (Mayfair, 29 September) - Richard Corrigan's restaurant will return after a spruce up. 

Goodman (Canary Wharf, 29 September) - the city steakhouse is back at the wharf

Flor (London Bridge, 25 September) - they've been serving up pizzas but now the restaurant returns properly. 

Chick n Sours (Covent Garden, 24 September) - for your fried chicken needs (and Szechuan Aubergine, of course)

Swingers (City & West End, 22 September) - with a major overhaul to the crazy golf courses.

Searcy's at The Gherkin (City, 21 September) - for panoramic views of London

Two Lights (Shoreditch, 17 September) - Chase Lovecky is back with his menu of American classics. 

Berners Tavern (Fitzrovia, 16 September) - the glamorous dining room is reopening and also doing takeout Mac 'n' cheese. 

Club Gascon (City. 16 September) - Pascal Aussignac's Michelin-starred French restaurant is back.

Davies and Brook (Mayfair, 15 September) - Daniel Humm and his team will be back in action at Claridge's.

Blacklock City (City, 14 September) - the chops purveyors are back in the City 

Cora Pearl (Covent Garden, 11 September) - is back serving up cocktails and comfort food.

Nopi (Soho, 11 September) - expect globally-inspired treats on the menu.

Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester (Mayfair, 10 September) - one of London's few three Micheli star restaurants

Le Dame de Pic (City, 10 September) - Anne Sophie Pic's Michelin-starred restaurant returns.

Ottolenghi (Spitalfields, 10 September) - the deli and restaurant will both reopen

Park Chinois (Mayfair, 10 September) - along with the downstairs club is opening its doors once more. 

Spring (Strand, 10 September) - following a pop-up, Skye Gyngell's full restaurant is back at Somerset House.

The Barbary (Covent Garden, 9 September) - the whole bar will be fully bookable. 

Bancone (Covent Garden, 8 September - popular pasta joint is reopening.

Brigade (Waterloo, 7 September) - back after repurposing as a social kitchen for the last four months

Haya (Notting Hill, 7 September) - the Tel Aviv inspired restaurant is back.

Ivy City Garden and Ivy in the Park (City and Canary Wharf, 7 September) - two City spots return

Pittabun (Carnaby, 7 September) - serving up their hand-stretched and filled pitas.

Wiltons (Mayfair, 7 September) - the aged British restaurant returns

Claude Bosi at Bibendum (South Kensington, 5 September) - The two-Michelin star restaurant in the Michelin building.

Akira at Japan House (Kensington, 4 September) - high end Japanese restaurant reopens

Celeste (Hyde Park Corner, 4 September) - the main restaurant at the Lanesborough hotel.

The Goring (Belgravia, 4 September) - back with a new garden restaurant The Veranda.

Wild Honey St James (St James, 4 September) - Anthony Demetre is back in the kitchen. 

Hawksmoor Knightsbridge (Knightsbridge 3 September) - top class steak and cocktails for the folks in SW3

L'Escargot (Soho, 3 September) - for the finest of French dining (and snails) in Soho.

Muse (Belgravia, 3 September) - Tom Aikens' set menu restaurant

On the Bab (Covent Garden, 3 September) - reopens with new dish Honey Mountain Chicken on the menu

Tozi (Victoria, 3 September) - pasta and more is back on the menu in Victoria

The Palomar (Soho, 3 September) - and now you can actually book a seat at the bar (as well as their terrace).

Theo Randall at the Intercontinental (Mayfair, 3 September) - now showcasing Chef Patron Theo Randall’s favourite regions of Italy.

10 Greek Street (Soho, 2 September) - adding Roman-style pizzas to the menu (for takeaway too).

Antidote (Soho, 2 September) - Soho wine bar and restaurant

Bocca di Lupo (Soho, 2 September) - launching with a new menu that celebrates all the regions of Italy

Bread Ahead Bakery School (Wembley, 2 September) - need some help with those sourdough skills you developed during the lockdown?

Gauthier (Soho, 2 September) - Alexis Gauthier's restaurant is planning something new when it returns. 

Pied a Terre (Fitzrovia, 2 September) - Fine modern European dining in Fitzrovia.

Angler (City, 1 September) - Seafood restaurant at the top of South Place Hotel

Andrew Edmunds (Soho, 1 September) - Soho's most romantic restaurant returns

10 Cases and Parsons (Covent Garden, 1 September) - the bistro/wine bar and the seafood restaurant opposite debut on the same day

Bellamy's (Mayfair, 1 September) - classic French restaurant visited by royalty

City Social (City, 1 September) - High-rise Jason Atherton restaurant

The Clove Club (Shoreditch, 1 September) - the UK's highest entry in the World's 50 Best list reopens for business. 

Daffodil Mulligan (City. 1 September) - Richard Corrigan's latest restaurant

Holborn Dining Room (Holborn, 1 September) - Calum Franklin's amazing pies are coming back.

Medlar (Chelsea, 1 September) - Neighbourhood Chelsea spot

Mere (Fitzrovia, 1 September) - Monica Galletti's fine-dining French/South Pacific restaurant

Sushisamba (City. 1 September) - the high-rise party zone returns

Smith & Wollensky (Charing Cross, 1 September) USDA prime steaks are back on the menu

SushiSamba (City, 1 September) - sushi with a view is back open for business.


Reopened in August

Harwood Arms (Chelsea, 30 August) - Gastropub with one of London's best Sunday lunches

Chez Bruce (Wandsworth, 28 August) - popular Michelin-starred restaurant

La Trompette (Chiswick, 28 August) - Frenf/Med restaurant from the people behind Chez Brice

Quaglino's (Mayfair, 28 August) - the 90-year old restaurant is back, with entertainment attached. 

Aquavit (St James, 24 August) - Michelin-starred Nordic food (delivery has kicked off already).

Silo (Hackney Wick, 20 August) - the no-waste restaurant converts to a wine bar

Maremma (Brixton, 20 August) - Tuscan food in Brixton

The Ninth (Fitzrovia, 20 August) - Jun Tanaka is back in Fitzrovia

Maos (Shoreditch, 19 August) - Once communal dining, now changed for the post lockdown era 

Floral by Lima (Covent Garden, 19 August) - Peruvian food from the Lima team

Restaurant Story (Southwark, 13 August) - Tom Seller's restaurant will be opening for three days a week at first.

Patron (Highbury, 14 August) - the French bistro returns to Highbury (they only opened briefly before the lockdown)

Bellanger (Islington, 14 August) - thought to be closing for good, Corbin and King return to Islington

Lyle's (Shoreditch, 12 August) - 33 in the World's 50 Best restaurants list.

Seven Dials Market (Covent Garden, 7 August) - and they're now doing bookings.

Flat Iron Square (London Bridge, 6 August) - the alfresco space returns, socially distanced and with new street vendors.

Hakkasan Hanway Place (Fitzrovia, 6 August) - and they're reopening with a special duck dish on the menu.

Tredwells (Covent Garden, 6 August) - with the restaurant now fully owned by Chantelle Nicholson with a small makeover and a focus on British ingredients. 

Bao (Soho, 4 August) - They're taking bookings for the first time. 

The Five Fields (Chelsea, 4 August) - Modern British cooking in Chelsea

Trinity (Clapham, 4 August) - Adam Byatt's Michelin starred restaurant

Murano (Mayfair, 4 August) - Angela Hartnett's signature high-end Italian restaurant

Norma (Fitzrovia, 3 August) - Ben Tish's Sicilian restaurant (the Game Bird, in the same group also opens)


Reopened w/c 27 July

Chuku's (Tottenham, 31 July) - bookings for the Nigerian tapas restaurant open on the 19th. 

Larry's (Peckham, 31 July) - Next door to Levan, and from the same people. They opened only a few days before the lockdown.

Ham Yard (Soho, 31 July) - the terrace is already open, this adds the hotel and restaurant.

Galvin at Windows (Mayfair, 1 August) - the Galvin flagship, boasting one of the best views in town

The Gilbert Scott (King's Cross, 1 August) - Marcus Wareing's huge restaurant at the St Pancras Hotel

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal (Knightsbridge, 1 August) - Heston's restaurant starts out on the terrace, with the main restaurant reopening in September

Frog by Adam Handling (Covent Garden, 1 August) - after going big with his delivery service over lockdown, Adam Handling's flagship is back

Pollen Street Social (Mayfair, 1 August) - Jason Atherton's flagship restaurant is back, as is 5 Social (across the street) and Social Eating House (Soho).

Sea Containers (South Bank 1 August) - including a champagne-themed summer terrace.

Tonkotsu (Soho, 1 August) - back where it all started for them (Notting Hill and Ealing open on 31 July and Peckham on 3 August)

Yuu Kitchen (Spitalfields) - back with gourmet Bao, Korean Ssam and Chicken Karaage. 

Barrafina Adelaide Street (Covent Garden, 30 July) - opening with bookings for the first time.

Volta do Mar (Covent Garden, 30 July) - Portuguese in Covent Garden.

St John (Clerkenwell, 29 July) - adding on a new deposit to deter no-shows (St John Bread and Wine also opens)

Pidgin (Hackney, 29 July) - Homing Pidgin has been a big hit, but now it's time for Pidgin to come home.

Portland (Fitzrovia, 29 July) - popular Fitzrovia restaurant from the people behind Quality Chop House

Hoppers (Sohi, 39 July) - their original Soho restaurant is back. 

Breddos (Clerkenwell, 28 July) - once again serving up some of the best tacos in town.

Gymkhana (Mayfair, 28 July) - the Michelin-starred, refurbished, celeb-haunt Indian restaurant is back

The Ritz (Mayfair, 27 July) - If you really want to celebrate lockdown being over, grab your best suit and let John Williams cook for you

Koya (City, 27 July) - with outdoor dining and a shortened menu of Koya classics (Koya Soho follows on 29 July)


Reopened w/c 20 July

BaoziInn (Soho, 24 July) - Rainbow dumplings and more...

Kai (Mayfair, 24 July) - "Liberated Chinese Cooking" with a Michelin star

Kiln (Soho, 24 July) - top tier Thai is taking bookings for the counter.

Blacklock (Soho, 23 July) - with more opportunities to book and enjoy all the chops (City follows on 1 September)

Camberwell Arms (Camberwell, 23 July) - reopening their upstairs restaurant.

Elystan Street (Chelsea), Church Road (Barnes) and Kitchen W8 (Kensington) - all 23 July - The Phil Howard/Rebecca Mascarenhas group of restaurants are all back.

Manteca (Soho, 23 July) - with added Italian style focaccia sandwiches to take away on the menu.

Soutine (St John's Wood, 23 July) - French dining from Corbin & King.

Trishna (Marylebone, 22 July) - Michelin-starred Indian dining from the people behind Gymkhana

Brat (Shoreditch, 21 July) - Tomos Parry's restaurant is now spaced out, with reservations only (note that the summer pop up in Climpson's Arch continues).

Bob Bob Ricard (Soho, 21 July) - Press for Champagne to celebrate!

Passyunk Avenue (Fitzrovia, 21 July) - for excellent Philly cheesesteak sandwiches (their DIY kit delivery service continues too)

Scully (St James, 21 July) - Ramael Scully is back at the pass.

1 Lombard Street (City, 20 July) - Soren Jessen's City restaurant returns with Mark Hix at the helm

Guinea Grill and The Windmill (Mayfair, 20 July) - Two of Mayfair's much-loved institutions return, along with many other Young's pubs

Myrtle (Chelsea, 20 July) - Anna Haugh's restaurant with Irish Influences


Reopened w/c 13 July

Galvin La Chapelle (Spitalfields, 17 July) - The Galvin Bros are back in their listed restaurant and their grand opening will come with a glass of champagne for everyone

Ikoyi (St James, 17 July) - with a redesigned menu and added delivery options

Oklava (Shoreditch, 17 July - Oklava Bakery + Wine, 23 July) Selin Kiazim's restaurants are on the way back (without a service charge). 

Taka (Mayfair, 17 July) - with a new menu focusing on sushi and sashimi.

Wildflower (Camden, 18 July) - Irish chef Adrian Martin's restaurant reopens (and try our reader offer

Angelina (Dalston, 16 July) - back with a new 10 course menu

Coal Rooms (Peckham, 16 July) - with a new five-course tasting menu

Julie's (Holland Park, 16 July) - with extended hours and a new bar menu 

Sabor (Mayfair, 16 July) - back with a new outdoor-only dining terrace, Sabor El-Fresco

Yauatcha (Soho, 16 July) - the dim-sum teahouse is back.

34 Mayfair (15 July) - The modern grill restaurant/celebrity haunt returns. 

Balthazar (Covent Garden, 15 July) - the huge Keith McNally restaurant just off the piazza

Bao (Borough, 15 July) - opens with 50% of the space inside and terrace from 22 July. 

Cafe Murano (Bermondsey, 15 July - St James, 21 July) - Angela Hartnett's Italian restaurant

The Ivys (Various, 15 July) - The Ivy Soho Brasserie, The Ivy Kensington Brasserie, The Ivy St John’s Wood and The Ivy Tower Bridge all return.

J Sheekey (Soho, 15 July) - the Atlantic Bar is back too - as is that very handy terrace space.

Lorne (Victoria, 15 July) - the popular Victoria restaurant will also continue it's excellent Lorne at Home service.

Luca (Shoreditch, 15 July) - Italian restaurant from the people behind The Clove Club, making use of their big terrace and conservatory

The Marksman (Hackney, 15 July) - the pub is already open but this sees the return of the kitchen. And their amazing tart.

The Good Egg (Soho, 13 July) - new dishes include Challah Brunch Buns and Chicken Shawarma (as well as their babka, of course)

108 Brasserie (Marylebone, 14 July) - and you can now book their heated, covered outside terrace

BaoziInn (London Bridge, 14 July) - back with their excellent multi-coloured dim sum 

Flat Iron (London Bridge, 14 July) - the first of their steak restaurants is back, with added bookings.

Helene Darroze at the Connaught (Mayfair, 14 July) - The (recently revamped) Michelin starred restaurant is back

Lyon's Seafood & Wine Bar (Crouch End, 14 July) - for a super wine list and sparkling fresh seafood.

Quality Chop House (Clerkenwell, 14 July) - for your confit potato fix.


Reopened w/c 6 July

Double Standard (King's Cross, 11 July) - the bar and restaurant at The Standard adds extra terrace space 

Seabird (Southwark, 11 July) - rooftop seafood restaurant with excellent views.

Jamavar (Mayfair, 11 July) - High-end Indian restaurant near Berkeley Square

Paradise (Soho, 11 July) - The Sri Lankan restaurant returns with a new menu featuring a twist on Sri Lankan falvours

Plu (St John's Wood, 11 July) in advance of the main restaurant reopening, they're opening La Terrasse outside with its own food and drinks menu. 

Smoking Goat (Shoreditch) - time to get those chilli fish sauce chicken wings again. No standing at the bar for the moment, though.

Da Terra (Bethnal Green, 10 July) - the excellent Latin America meets Italy restaurant in the Town Hall Hotel. Just Friday and Saturday to start with. 

Dehesa (Carnaby, 10 July) - the charcuterie and tapas bar is reopening. 

Dishoom (Shoreditch, King’s Cross and Carnaby, 10 July) - The hugely popular restaurants are returning, with reservations available all-day

Gold (Notting Hill, 10 July) - they'll be making good use of the Alfresco space out the back 

Legare (Tower Bridge, 10 July) - Neighbourhood Italian restaurant

Leroy (Shoreditch, 10 July) - the Michelin-starred restaurant is reopening Thursday-Saturday

Rotunda (King's Cross, 10 July) - the restaurant and bar are open - along with their massive canalside terrace. 

Allegra (Stratford, 9 July) - Patrick Powell makes good use of their enormous terrace space.

Barrafina Dean Street (Soho, 9 July) - as with KX, will be taking bookings. 

Blacklock (Shoreditch, 9 July) - for all your chops needs. Soho follows on 23 July and City returns on 1 September

Gunpowder (Tower Bridge, 9 July) - the popular Indian restaurant adds a much larger terrace.

Hawksmoor Borough (Borough, 9 July) - the restaurant you most want to visit post-lockdown is starting their reopening here first, evenings only. The rest of the group opens as follows: 21 July - Seven Dials, 24 July - Spitalfields, 28 July - Air Street, 31 July - Knightsbridge, 1 Sep - Guildhall.

Laphet (Shoreditch, 9 July) - Burmese food in Shoreditch

Petersham Nurseries (Covent Garden, 9 July) - that hidden courtyard will be a hot ticket

Quilon (St James, 9 July) - Sriram Aylur's Michelin-starred Indian restaurant

Quo Vadis (Soho, 9 July) - both the restaurant and club are reopening and members can now book a space in the club

ROVI - (Soho, 9 July) - Yotam Ottolenghi gets ready to reopen his restaurants

Salon (Brixton, 9 July) - Nicholas Balfe is back in Brixton Market.

The Sea The Sea (Chelsea, 9 July) - the seafood bar is coming back, taking reservations for groups of 1, 2 or 6

Wright Bros (Borough Market and Battersea, 9 July) - the top seafood and oyster bars are back. 

Brigadiers (Bank, 8 July) - a phased reopening for this City restaurant starting with terrace dining before bar opens on 15 July.

Goodman (Mayfair, 8 July) - the top steak restaurant is back in its flagship location, Beast follows on 22 July

Hoppers (King's Cross, 8 July; Marylebone, 22 July, Soho 29 July) - King's Cross will be the first of these three JKS restaurants to open

Kitty Fisher's (Mayfair, 8 July) - back with outside space, a few ground floor tables and takeaway to start with.

The Oyster Bar at Bibendum (South Kensington, 8 July) - Claude Bosi's second restaurant in the Michelin building

The Oystermen (Covent Garden, 8 July) - a slightly reduced menu but plenty of UK and Irish oysters.

Prawn on the Lawn (Islington, 8 July) - local seafood restaurant (and fishmonger)

Jose Pizarro (Spitalfields, Bermondsey - 8 July) - the king of tapas opens in the city and also his tapas bar. Pizarro follows on 15 July.

Quality Wines (Farringdon, 8 July) - and this time they're taking reservations for the first time. 

A Wong (Victoria, 7 July) - Andrew Wong is back with one of the best dim sum menus in town

Carousel (Marylebone, 7 July) - starting a series of 4 menus, inspired by all the chefs that have cooked in their kitchens and kicking off with Mexico

Clipstone (Fitzrovia, 7 July) - from the people behind Quality Chop House

El Pastor (London Bridge, 7 July) - The Harts Bros Mexican restaurant, now taking reservations.

Issho-Ni (Bethnal Green, 7 July) - The Japanese restaurant's izakaya-style bottomless brunch is also back.

Le Gavroche (Mayfair, 7 July) - Michel Roux Jr's classic French restaurant

Westerns Laundry (Holloway, 7 July) - with a set menu (inc a vegetarian version)

Bleeding Heart Bistro, Terrace & Tavern (Farringdon, 6 July) - classy French bistro with great courtyard is back in business

Duck & Waffle (City, 6 July) - the high rise restaurant returns for waffles with a view

Discount Suit Co (Spitalfields, 6 July) - First opening for whole-hire only, following up with the standard bar in August.

Noble Rot (Holborn, 6 July) the whole space will now be a restaurant with no walk-in wine bar for the moment. 

Smokehouse (Islington, 6 July) - beer and grilling kicks off again

Temper (City, Soho, Covent Garden, 6 July) - the BBQ restaurant is opening all its locations



Opened on 4 July

40ft Brewery - (Dalston) - Their taproom is opening (outside only) and they'll have a special "6ft" beer on offer. 

Aqua (Regent St and London Bridge) - Aqua Kyoto and the terrace as well as the high-rise restaurants in The Shard, Aqua Shard and Hutong, are back (Aqua Nueva follows on the 16th)

Benares (Mayfair) - The high-end restaurant was one of the first in Mayfair to deliver during the lockdown and is back open on the first day. 

Big Mamma restaurants are back and fully bookable - that's Gloria (Shoreditch) and Circolo Popolare (Fitzrovia)

Bistrotheque (Hackney) - back for their legendary brunch

Bone Daddies - all sites will be reopening, as will their other restaurants Shack-Fuyu and Flesh & Buns 

Brasserie of Light (Marylebone) - The Ivy Group's impressive restaurant inside Selfridges.

Bright (Hackney) - From the team behind P Franco - with a new set menu inside and a la carte on the terrace. 

Bubala (Spitalfields) - Vegetarian Middle-Eastern inspired food

C&R Cafe (Chinatown) Popular Malayasian spot in Rupert Court

Camino (Bankside and King's Cross) - the Spanish restaurants reopen with new seasonal additions to the menu.

Caractere (Notting Hill) - Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari’s restaurant

Caravan (King's Cross) and Vardo (Chelsea) - both from the caravan group and both with lots of alfresco space (the entire restaurant can be alfresco in Vardo's case).

Casa do Frango (Shoreditch and London Bridge) - The Portuguese restaurant is back, adding a large outdoor terrace in Shoreditch

Casse Croute and Pique Nique (Bermondsey) - two sibling French restaurants from Hervé Durochat

The Cheese Bar (Camden) - all your cheesy needs met

Chisou (Mayfair and Knightsbridge) - both of the Japanese restaurants will reopen for diners.

Coal Office (King's Cross) - they already have a grab & go offering on, and expect them to make big use of the large terrace

Chutney Mary (Mayfair) - the famed Indian restaurant is back along with sibling restaurants Amaya, Veeraswamy and all Masala Zone restaurants.

Cinnamon Kitchen (Battersea) - the first of Vivek Singh's restaurants to reopen. The rest is as follows - Cinnamon Club - 10 July, Cinnamon Kitchen City - 17 July, Cinnamon Bazaar - 24 July

Corbin and King restaurants (Various locations) - They're starting with The Wolseley, Colbert, Brasserie Zedel and Fischer's (all from 5pm)

Core by Clare Smyth  - (Notting Hill) - Clare Smyth's Michelin-starred home.

Coya (Mayfair) - the Peruvian restaurant returns with a completely new look

CUT (Mayfair) - Wolfgang Puck's restaurant at 45 Park Lane is now open.

Dalloway Terrace (Bloomsbury) - the flower-covered terrace is bound to be a coveted spot.

Darby's (Vauxhall) - from the people behind The Dairy, with an expanded outside terrace

Delamina (Marylebone) and Delamina East (Shoreditch) - husband and wife team Limor and Amir Chen reopen their middle-eastern/European restaurants

Dinings SW3 (Chelsea) - much-loved Japanese restaurant

The Drapers Arms (Islington) -  the popular gastropub makes a welcome return

Duck Soup (Soho) - the seasonal European restaurant returns with a socially distanced bar space

The Duke of Richmond (Dalston) - head to Tom Oldroyd's pub for a crab and chip butty

Dumplings' Legend (Chinatown) - all your xiao long bao needs being met. 

Eggslut (Notting Hill) - the eggy restaurant will be open for dine-in too.

Elliot's (Borough) - with an outdoor summer pop-up, Ell Fresco

Folie (Soho) - back on Golden Square with a new terrace for summer

Fortnums (Mayfair) - the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon reopens, if you fancy a celebratory afternoon tea.

Galvin Bistrot & Bar (Spitalfields) - formerly Galvin Hop, this has switched to a new Bistrot style menu. 

Gaucho - (various locations) - The steak restaurant is opening its branches across the City

The Grand Duchess (Paddington) - London Shell Co's permanently moored seafood restaurant

The Harts Group is reopening in King's Cross, with  Parrillan and Barrafina, Casa and Plaza Pastor all launching at Coal Drops Yard. And Barrafina will be taking reservations for the first time. 

Hicce (King's Cross) - Pip Lacey's restaurant in Coal Drops Yard (with lots of terrace space)

Hide (Mayfair) - Ollie Dabous restaurant is reopening both the Above and Ground restaurants

Homeslice (Marylebone, Shoreditch, White City and City) - Popular pizza restaurant from the Wogan brothers

Humble Grape (Battersea and Islington) - starting up again with two of their wine bars.

Hush - (Mayfair) - the popular brasserie has turned its courtyard into an English country garden for the summer.

The Ivy - (Soho) - the Caprice group may have closed Le Caprice, but the Ivy will be back up and running 

The Ivy Asia - (City) - The huge and very blingy City outpost for the Ivy

The Ivy Chelsea Garden - (Chelsea) - with their massive garden expect this to be very popular 

Jean Georges at the Connaught (Mayfair) - serving up the truffle pizza and more

Jinli (Chinatown) - newish Sichuan spot is getting its hot pots ready.

Kolamba - (Soho) - Sri Lankan restaurant on Kigkly Street (with alfresco seating). 

Kricket (Brixton and White City) - excellent Indian-inspired small plates

Kutir (Chelsea) - Rohit Ghai's high-end Indian restaurant

Lardo (Hackney) - back with their amazing pizzas

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

Levan (Peckham) - Modern European restaurant from Salon's Nicholas Balfe

The Lighterman (King's Cross) - the huge King's Cross restaurant is back by the canal

Lina Stores (Soho and King's Cross) - the Italian restaurants return, with KX adding a new terrace

LPM - aka La Petite Maison (Mayfair) - with their enviable terrace space seats too, of course

M Restaurants - (City), 6 July (Victoria) - these steak emporiums (and raw bar) are both opening

Mariage Freres (Covent Garden) - for all your tea needs

MEATliquor (Islington, Covent Garden) - Back for burgers and all the House Grog you can take.

Morito (Clerkenwell & Hackney) - both outposts are back for sherry and tapas

The Ned (City) - two of its ten restaurants, Kaia and Millie's Lounge, are opening today 

Noize (Fitzrovia) - Seasonal French food. Open Wednesday through to Sunday.

Novikov (Mayfair) - High end Italian and Asian restaurant will be reopening, but they'll also be keeping their alfresco food stalls too.

Nutshell (Soho) - serving modern takes on Iranian cuisine

Officina 00 (Old St) - after supplying pasta throughout the lockdown, they'll be back up and running.

Orasay (Notting Hill) and Brunswick House (Vauxhall) - Both of Jackson Boxer's restaurants are taking bookings with reduced seating

Ormer (Mayfair) - Great British Menu 2020 finalist Kerth Gumbs is in charge.

Pachamama (Marylebone) - the Peruvian restaurant is back, while the Shoreditch outpost joins it on 8 July

Padella (Borough Market and Shoreditch) - London's fave pasta bar will also have extra seating for 40 in Borough Market

Paladar (Elephant & Castle) - Latin American restaurant with plenty of alfresco space

Pastaio (Soho and Westfield) - Stevie Parle's pasta bars return

Petersham Nurseries (Richmond) - the foliage-covered restaurant will also have extended hours (and Covent Garden returns 9 July) 

Popolo (Shoreditch) - Seasonal sharing plates

Rochelle Canteen (Hackney) - Margot Henderson and Melanie Arnold are back with the perfect garden for alfresco dining 

Sagardi (Shoreditch) - Basque-style cooking (and plenty of meat).

Sager + Wilde (Hackney and Bethnal Green) - for celebrating with a bottle of well-chosen wine

Sam's Riverside (Hammersmith) - with a new Riverside terrace overlooking the Thames

Santo Remedio (London Bridge) - an excellent Mexican restaurant (including top margaritas)

Scott’s, Sexy Fish (Mayfair) and Daphne’s (Kensington) are all opening, adding air filtration units and thermal cameras for temperature checks 

Sola (Soho) - Victor Garvey's Californian-inspired restaurant. 

Sophie's Steakhouse (Chelsea) - The original Sophie's returns

Smokestak (Shoreditch) - opening with a stripped-back old-school BBQ menu - with terrace dining available too

Treehouse London - (Fitzrovia) - The rooftop bar as well as the Mexican restaurant Madera reopen

Tonkotsu (Haggerston, Selfridges, Stratford) - The ramen and gyoza restaurant starts with three of its London locations.

Trivet (London Bridge) - Jonny Lake and Isa Bal's restaurant reopens the wine bar to start, serving small plates, main dishes, and desserts in the main dining room.

Trullo (Islington) - Popular neighbourhood Italian restaurant and sister restaurant to Padella

Vinegar Yard (London Bridge) - the huge outdoor space is back, this time with bookings and table service. Very handy for summer.

Vinoteca (King's Cross and Chiswick) - the Marylebone, City and Farringdon locations follow on 6 July

The Wigmore (Marylebone) - Michel Roux Jnr's pub on Upper Regent Street has reopened. 

Xier (Marylebone) - Carlo Scotto is back with a brand new 10-course tasting menu

YOPO - (Fitzrovia) - The Mandrake hotel's South American restaurant will reopen, as will Jumera and the new Mandrake Cabanas private dining areas.


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SouthBorough, London Bridge, Bermondsey |  Clapham, Brixton  |  Peckham, Camberwell, Dulwich

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