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London restaurants reopening

Restaurants are back open for business!


The London restaurants reopen for dine-in



We are so pleased to see that the London restaurant scene is slowly showing signs of recovery, with lots of reopenings having been announced following the recent Government guidance. Here is a round-up of some of our favourites that are back open for business...


*Please note, all restaurants have implemented extensive health and safety and social-distancing measures to protect their staff and customers. 



The Bone Daddies Group, comprising all five Bone Daddies sites as well as other restaurants Shack-Fuyu and Flesh & Buns, reopened for eat-in on 4th July. Bone Daddies is welcoming back diners with a reduced price menu on selected items, including the renowned T22 ramen with pulled chicken, so that guests can still enjoy some of their signature dishes at a lower price.

Why you should go: For the ramen, chicken wings and *that* French toast...

Opening times: All restaurants are trading seven days a week.

Reservations: Shack-FuyuFlesh & Buns

Participating in the #EOHO scheme? Yes.



Pastaio, Stevie Parle’s pasta restaurants in Soho and Westfield, London reopened for dine-in on 4th July. And as a thank you to those that kept the city going during the pandemic, both restaurants are offering free meals for under 12s throughout the summer holidays, 50% off food for all NHS staff and 25% off for students, pensioners and hospitality friends. Pastaio, Soho is also offering reservations for the first time to ensure guests enjoy a comfortable and socially-distanced dining experience.

Why you should go: For summer al fresco dining and prosecco slushy-sipping on the restaurants’ terraces. Or for delicious fresh pasta… you decide.

Opening times: Westfield, London is trading 7 days a week. Soho reopened on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th July, followed by all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday this week, with hopes to scale up to 7 days a week if and when there is demand for this.

Reservations: Pastaio Soho

Participating in the #EOHO scheme? Yes.



Brixton’s much-loved Bistro, The Laundry launched its beautiful new south-facing terrace on 4th July, complete with a new all-day menu of grazing and sharing dishes and a unique wine list of fresh summer whites and rosés, tailored by owner Mel Brown.

Why you should go: For relaxed pastries and coffee in the morning and for sophisticated antipasti and wine in the evening.

Opening times: Open from 8am Monday - Friday and 9am Saturday & Sunday. 



Vinegar Yard, London Bridge’s premier outdoor dining and beer garden, reopened to the public on 4th July alongside its impressive lineup of open-air bars, street food traders, indoor bars and independent retailers. Flea London, the site’s renowned curated vintage and makers market, is also open every weekend.

Why you should go: For city sundowners from the brand new mezzanine cocktail bars.

Opening times: Open every Wednesday to Sunday. Street food traders reopening gradually from 8th July.

Reservations: Vinegar Yard



Pachamama, the Peruvian-inspired restaurants in Marylebone and Shoreditch, are both now reopen for dine-in. The Marylebone restaurant reopened on 4th July for brunch and dinner service, later followed by Shoreditch which reopened on the 8th for lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy the delicious cuisine, inspired by sea, land and soil. 

Why you should go: For *that* tasting brunch menu.

Opening times: Open for weekday lunch, weekend brunch, and dinner & drinks 7 days a week.

Reservations: Pachamama MarylebonePachamama East



Pachamama's sister restaurant, Chicama, reopened for dine-in on 4th July, serving its famed poke bowls and ceviche. Guests can visit for brunch, lunch or dinner service, alongside plenty of their knock-out cocktails, to be enjoyed inside or on the charming terrace. 

Why you should go: For the charcoal-grilled fish delivered daily from the market. 

Opening times: Brunch is available from 11am - 4pm, Saturday and Sunday. Lunch is available from 12pm - 4pm, Tuesday - Friday. Dinner is available from 6pm - 11pm, Tuesday - Saturday. 

Reservations: Chicama



Middle Eastern-inspired Arabica Bar & Kitchen in Borough Market reopened on 4th July, allowing guests to get their fix of babaganoush, falafel and fattoush salad. Sister restaurant in King's Cross is due to reopen on 22nd July.

Why you should go: For all of that summery meze. 

Opening times: Open Wednesday - Sunday for lunch and dinner service. 

Reservations: Arabica Borough Market



Double Standard, headed by chef Adam Rawson, reopened on 11th July. The restaurant is serving hearty fare, including Rawson's famous burgers and addictive chicken bites, alongside beers and classic and frozen cocktails. Guests can make the most of the 70s-inspired bar or the sun-soaked terrace.

Why you should go: For the vending machine serving Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut minis. 

Opening times: 

Mon/Tues: closed
Wed/Thurs: 5pm to 10pm
Fri/Sat: 3pm to 10pm
Sunday: 12pm to 5pm (bottomless brunch)

Reservations: Double Standard



Rosa's Thai Cafe reopened 10 of its London restaurants for dine-in on 13th July, including Spitalfields, Soho, Chelsea, Angel, Victoria, Brixton, West Hampstead, Tooting, Tower Bridge and Clapham Junction. Guests can now enjoy some of Rosa's most-loved dishes including Pad Thai and butternut red curry from inside the restaurant walls once again. 

Why you should go: For the dreamy Massaman. 

Opening times: See here for the various opening times 

Reservations: Rosa's Thai Cafe

Participating in the #EOHO scheme? Yes.



Koya - the udon noodle specialists in Soho and the City – will reopen both restaurants with a slightly shortened menu aligned across both sites. City will reopen on Monday 27th July, followed closely by the Soho site on Wednesday 29th. Delivery will now be available for the first time through Deliveroo, and takeaway options can be enjoyed al fresco at both restaurants. This proceeds the restaurants’ full reopening for eat-in later this summer.

Why you should go: You can now enjoy their amazing Tonkatsu (breaded aged pork loin) at both locations

Opening times: 

Koya City
Monday to Saturday: 11:30am to 10:30pm for takeaway, delivery and terrace seating
Sunday: 11:30am to 6pm for takeaway, delivery and terrace seating

Koya Soho 
Monday to Thursday: 12pm to 10:30pm for takeaway and delivery, with outside table service from 17:00
Friday: 12pm to 11pm for takeaway and delivery, with outside table service from 17:00
Saturday: 12pm to 11pm for takeaway and delivery, with outside table service all day
Sunday: 12pm to 10:30pm, with outside table service all day

Reservations: Koya does not take reservations. Walk-in only. 



Honest Burgers, the Great British burger restaurants, are gradually reopening their 38 restaurants for eat-in so that customers can enjoy some Old School Hospitality with their burger. Guests are advised to check the Honest Burgers website for up-to-date reopening information.

Why you should go: Those renowned homemade rosemary salted chips, served as standard with every burger.

Reservations: Honest doesn't take bookings.

Participating in the #EOHO scheme? Yes.