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London Restaurants That Have Reopened For Dine-In Service

A running list of London restaurants that have reopened since July 4th.

If you’re looking for information about the planned April 12th reopening of outdoor dining, check out: Plan Ahead: London Restaurants Taking Outdoor Reservations For April 12th, 2021

Since July 4th, restaurants across London have been officially allowed to open for indoor and outdoor dining. Although things are changing quickly, we want to provide you with the most up-to-date information we have: which places are open, whether they’re taking reservations, and any policies they’re putting in place that go beyond the government’s official guidance. For a cheat sheet on what those are, read our FAQ.

While restaurants are in the process of reopening, many places are still offering takeaway and delivery. Check out our collection for hundreds of takeout and delivery options across the city.

Have a restaurant opening to report? Email us at london@theinfatuation.com.



Plan Ahead: London Restaurants Taking Outdoor Reservations For April 12th


the spots


The Bermondsey Yard Cafe

££££ 40 Bermondsey St

Bermondsey Bar and Kitchen is reopening from Saturday 4th with a one way system to ensure social distancing. Reserve a table on their website.


££££ 104 Bermondsey St

As well maintaining its new takeaway offering, the Bermondsey tapas spot is open and will remain walk-in only.


££££ 194-204 Bermondsey St

As well as maintaining its new takeaway offering, the swish Spanish restaurant is open and taking bookings.

Bethnal Green

Sager + Wilde

££££ Arch 250 Paradise Row

Sager & Wilde on Paradise Row will be open with changes to their layout, and a 1h 45 minute turn time. Reservation is encouraged, especially for their fantastic terrace.

E. Pellicci

££££ 332 Bethnal Green Rd

Everyone’s favourite East End caf is back, serving massive fry ups, lasagne big enough for the whole family, and puddings that’ll send you right back to bed.


Noble Rot

££££ 51 Lamb’s Conduit St

The wine bar and restaurant we’d ride-or-die for is open for reservations. FYI, the wine bar will no longer accept walk-ins, but there will still be a few tables outside.

Master Wei

££££ 13 Cosmo Pl

A quiet pedestrianised street in Bloomsbury, a nice outdoor seating area, and some of the best biang biang noodles you can get in London. That’s what you get at Master Wei, which has now reopened.


Fish, Wings & Tings

££££ Brixton Village

The popular Caribbean spot in Brixton Village will be open, outside seating included, to serve you pepper prawns and smoky jerk chicken. FYI it’s walk in only.


££££ 41 - 43 Atlantic Road

Kricket in Brixton are taking reservations. They’ve removed enough tables to keep dining safe but still social, and their bar is staying open late.


££££ 132 Brixton Hill

Caribbean comfort food spot Negril is reopening and kicking things off with a boozy brunch on their glorious terrace. Reservations can be made online.


Japanese  in  Brixton
££££ Brixton Village

Okan will return to serving its Osaka-style Japanese food to dine-in guests on July 4th.


££££ 18 Market Row, Brixton

From Thursday to Saturday, Salon are doing a five-course set menu for dinner. There are three sittings an evening, and you can book via their website.


Theo's Pizzeria

Pizza  in  Camberwell
££££ 2 Grove Lane

Excellent Neapolitan pizzas and glug-worthy chilli sauce is just some of what you’ll get at Theo’s Pizzeria. Their original location is reopening at 12pm on July 4th. You can reserve online for groups of three or more.

Zeret Kitchen

££££ 216-218 Camberwell Rd

Buzzy neighbourhood Ethiopian spot Zeret Kitchen is reopening on July 4th and is taking reservations via telephone.

The Camberwell Arms

BritishPub  in  Camberwell
££££ 65 Camberwell Church St

For the last few months, this Camberwell boozer and excellent restaurant has been running a shop takeaway hatch service. They’ll still be running that, but from the 23rd they’ve also been taking reservations for dine-in, while following all the social distancing guidelines to protect staff and customers.


The Cheese Bar

££££ Unit 93 North Yard

The Cheese Bar is reopening its Camden restaurant. They’ve rearranged it to hold half the number of diners. They’re also opening their terrace for socially distanced outdoor dining. Reserve online.


Greek  in  Camden
££££ 89 Regent's Park Rd

Primrose Hill classic, Lemonia is an old-school Greek spot and it’s reopening on the 4th. Call them on 020 7586 7454 to reserve a table, and know that they have some outdoor seating.



French  in  Chelsea
££££ 50-52 Sloane Sq

Sloane Square brasserie Colbert - aka the one with the glorious terrace - is reopening for dinner service on the 4th with a contactless menu, pre-service health checks for staff, and a reconfigured dining room. They’ll also be holding some dining tables back for walk-in customers.

Phat Phuc Noodle Bar

ChineseVietnameseThaiMalaysian  in  Chelsea
££££ 151 Sydney St

Phat Phuc Noodle Bar is reopening its restaurant and its lovely little courtyard from July 4th.

Dinings Sw3

££££ Lennox Mews

Japanese izakaya and sushi specialist Dinings SW3 is taking online reservations from midday on 4th July. They will also be opening their garden for outdoor seating.


Peruvian  in  Chelsea
££££ 383 Kings Rd

Peruvian spot Chicama is reopening its restaurant for dine-in, including it’s outdoor terrace. Reservations can be made online.

La Mia Mamma

Italian  in  Chelsea
££££ 257 King’s Road

This Italian restaurant on the King’s Road in Chelsea has moved round the corner to Hollywood Road. Expect the same good-times family meal atmosphere.


14 Hills

££££ 120 Fenchurch St

14 Hills, the glitzy, feel-good forest of a restaurant in the City is reopening on July 4th, with a comeback brunch. They’re taking reservations on their website, which is where you can also find the safety measures they’ll be taking.

Emilia's Crafted Pasta

££££ 77 Alie Street

Emilia’s Crafted Pasta has rearranged both of its restaurant to ensure one metre distancing between guests. Aldgate and St Katherine Dock will both be open from July 4th.

Ekte Nordic Kitchen

££££ Bloomberg Arcade

Sourdough and Nordic specialities are on the menu at Ekte in the City. The Bloomberg Arcade spot has a spacious terrace and a Covid-safe plan that’s available on demand.


Indian  in  City
££££ 1-5 Bloomberg Arcade

The big, brash, Indian barbecue restaurant opened its outdoor terrace for bookings first, with the the billiards and bar dining area opening a week later.

Duck & Waffle

££££ Heron Tower

It may not be open 24hrs, but the sky-high all-day restaurant is back. And with an informative page of safety measures too.



££££ 32 Exmouth Market

Exmouth Market tapas spot Morito is taking reservations for July 4th from 12pm until late. They will have fewer tables inside, and some outdoor seating available.

Fare Bar and Canteen

££££ 11 Old Street

Fare is reopening with limited availability to maintain social distance, and is accepting online reservations for all tables, including those on its spacious off-street terrace.

Quality Wines

££££ 88 - 94 Farringdon Road

A wine bar, a sandwich haven, and one of the finest small plates restaurants in the city, Quality Wines is QCH’s little next-door sibling and is also open again.

Quality Chop House

££££ 94 Farringdon Rd

The stalwart British restaurant is taking bookings, so yes, those confit potatoes can be on your plate very soon.

Covent Garden


££££ 30 Saint Martin's Lane

Modern Iranian spot Nutshell is reopening with new social distancing measures in place. There will be a limited number of customers allowed inside the restaurant at any one time and reservations are encouraged.

Ippudo London

££££ 3 Central St Giles Piazza, St Giles High St

Ippudo is reopening its spacious Covent Garden spot to serve ramen from 11.30am to 10.30pm. You can reserve a table online.

Jamaica Patty Co

££££ 26 New Row

Jamaica Patty Co. is reopening from noon on July 4th for walk-ins.

Temper Covent Garden

££££ 5 Mercer Walk

The Covent Garden barbecue and taco restaurant will reopen on the 6th, and there will be outdoor seating too. Head to their website for more details.

Din Tai Fung

££££ 5-6 Henrietta St

The first London branch of the worldwide chain from Taiwan is another spot that has given up on its walk-in only set up for the time being. Make a reservation from the 6th.

The Petersham Restaurant

££££ 2 Floral Court

The Covent Garden outpost of The Petersham is a dainty spot for fancy Italian-inspired food, and you can book now.

J Sheekey

££££ St. Martins Ct.

The Covent Garden seafood specialist has reopened their restaurant, terrace, and also The Atlantic Bar. So get ready to get the oysters in.

Henrietta Bistro

££££ 14-15 Henrietta Street

Eat modern European dishes from the kitchen at the Henrietta Hotel out on the pedestrianised street this summer, because Henrietta Bistro has reopened.

The Oystermen - Seafood Bar & Kitchen

££££ 32 Henrietta Street

When you’re looking for oysters, crab, and other seafood in Covent Garden, The Oystermen should be up on your list with J Sheekey. Their new Summer 2020 outdoor terrace makes it even more of a destination.


££££ 64 St Giles High St

Kanada-Ya at St Giles follows their Angel branch in opening for dine-in. All the guidelines are being followed so you can swing-by for ramen when the mood takes you.

La Goccia

££££ Floral Court

Italian small plates in an idyllic Covent Garden courtyard are what La Goccia at Petersham Nurseries are all about now they’re open again.

Hawksmoor Seven Dials

££££ 11 Langley St

Hawksmoor worked with the government to develop the Covid-safe guidelines for the hospitality sector, so you better believe they’re following them. They’re also serving a reduced menu to keep things moving.

The Ivy Restaurant

££££ 1-5 West St

The massive booths at The Ivy are a solid socially-distant option if you’re after classic British comfort food at a restaurant that knows what it’s doing.


££££ 4-6 Russell St

Social distancing shouldn’t be a problem at this consistently good brasserie which is great for any occasion you can throw at it, but especially for celebrations or any situation requiring a restaurant that’s classy, but genuinely laid back.

Ippudo London

££££ 3 Central St Giles Piazza, St Giles High St

Ippudo is open again which is a good thing if you want ramen in more spacious surroundings. They even have a few outdoor tables.



££££ 20 Dalston Lane

Good news: Snackbar is open again, and their garden will be too. The Dalston café and workspace will be taking bookings, meaning you can now guarantee your bahn mi or burrito. Check the Instagram and DM to make a reservation.

Mangal II

££££ 4 Stoke Newington Rd

Dalston’s first ocakbasi is back with a new lick of paint, and an extremely exciting new menu. Book here.

Mildred's Dalston

££££ 1 Dalston Sq

The Dalston branch of Mildred’s is the first of their four London spots to open. The all-vegetarian restaurant is taking reservations and as well as removing furniture to allow for distancing, will be giving staff daily health screenings, and making PPE and hand sanitiser available to staff and customers.

The Dusty Knuckle Bakery

££££ Abbot St Car Park

Bakery and professional-sandwichiers The Dusty Knuckle are reopening with a revamped front garden. They’ll open for lunch on Wednesdays to Sundays, for pizzas on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights, and for breakfast on the weekends. Call 07436 177480 to reserve a table.

Little Duck The Picklery

££££ 68 Dalston Road

Dalston all-day small plates spot Little Duck is open for bookings now and will also keep its takeaway service going.

Elephant and Castle

Theo's Pizzeria

££££ Draper House, 17-19 Elephant and Castle

Excellent Neapolitan pizzas and glug-worthy chilli sauce is just some of what you’ll get at Theo’s Pizzeria. Their E&C location is reopening at 5pm on July 4th. You can reserve online for groups of three or more, and there’s some outdoor seating.


Murger Han

££££ 62 Eversholt Street

Xi’an specialist Murger Han is reopening with a new layout to ensure there is one metre between tables. They’ll accept groups of up to six people, and only take card payments.


The Drunken Butler

££££ 20 Roseberry Avenue

There’s a lick of paint and a whole new tasting menu at the Drunken Butler in Farringdon. The classy French and Persian-influenced restaurant is open for bookings now, just check their website.


££££ 88 St John St

Luca has reopened with a raft of Covid-safe precautions, and they’re still offering their Luca at Home meal kits.


Circolo Popolare

££££ 40 - 41 Rathbone Place

Fitzrovia Italian Circolo Popolare is accustomed to queues around the block, but the restaurant will be fully bookable for the first time from July 4th, including tables on their verdant terrace overlooking Rathbone Square.

Sushi Atelier

JapaneseSushi  in  Fitzrovia
££££ 114 Great Portland Street

Sushi Atelier is one of the best places in Zone 1 for good, affordable sushi, and they’re taking reservations for lunch and dinner from July 4th.


££££ 59 Wells Street

Ottolenghi’s excellent vegetable-focused (but not entirely vegetarian) Fitzrovia spot is open for lunch and dinner. Book now and thank yourself later.

Greyhound Cafe

Thai  in  Fitzrovia
££££ 37 Berners Street

Greyhound Café has reopened and is serving Thai specialities from its Fitzrovia restaurant and summer terrace.

Passyunk Avenue

££££ 80 Cleveland St

The taste of Philadelphia returns to Fitzrovia with this American comfort food spot and dive bar which has reopened for dine-in service.

Oklava Bakery + Wine

££££ 64 Grafton Way

The Turkish bakery and wine bar in Fitzrovia is open Wednesday to Friday with a casual menu of pides and lahmacun.


Casa Fofó

££££ 158 Sandringham Road

The neighbourhood fine dining spot in Hackney is reopening on 4th July. Reserve a table on their website.


Pizza  in  Hackney
££££ 195-205 Richmond Rd

Lardo are reopening their restaurant and terrace with socially distanced tables for dine-in guests.

Martello Hall

PizzaItalian  in  Hackney
££££ 137 Mare St

Late night pizza bar Martello Hall is reopening at a lower capacity, and with cashless payments only. Reservations can be made on their website.

The Laughing Heart

££££ 277 Hackney Road

The Hackney Road wine bar will reopen for lunch and dinner at 75% capacity from Thursday to Sunday. There will also be a space available for private dining for groups of 12. Reservations can be made online.


££££ 1 Westgate Street

This neighbourhood restaurant and wine bar is taking dinner reservations from July 4th. They will be open at reduced capacity, and serving a set menu in the dining room and their a la carte menu at the bar and terrazzo. They’re also planning to add more seating outside, depending on the weather.


££££ 23-27 Wadeson St

This neighbourhood bistro is reopening from 10am on July 4th, and is accepting online reservations. They’ll also have some tables outside which are available to book from Sunday.

Ozone Coffee Roasters

££££ Emma Street

This is one of our favourite coffee shops in London, and it’s reopening for all day brunch from 4th July. They will be operating at reduced capacity and so they’re recommending you reserve a table on their website.

My Neighbours The Dumplings

ChineseDim Sum  in  ClaptonHackney
££££ 165 Lower Clapton Road

Hackney’s favourite kinda cool and kinda casual Chinese restaurant is reopening with screens and spaced out tables. There will be some outdoor seating, but you can reserve a table inside the restaurant via their website.

The Crooked Billet

Pub  in  Hackney
££££ Upper Clapton Rd.

Modern east London boozer The Crooked Billet is taking reservations via Facebook and Instagram. Andi’s Wadadli Kitchen is currently popped up there serving Caribbean classics, and you should note that they have an excellent beer garden.

Morito Hackney Road

££££ 195 Hackney Road

North African-inspired tapas is the order of the day at Morito on Hackney Road. It’s more spacious than their original spot on Exmouth Market, and it’s open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Sager + Wilde

££££ 193 Hackney Rd

Sager and Wilde are accepting reservations at their bar and for their Hackney Road terrace - no eating required. You should know however that they’ve got a table turn time of just an hour and fifteen minutes.


££££ 1 Vyner St

Through lockdown, Ombra transformed into a deli and pastaficio, but it’s back from July 4th, with its spacious terrace next to the canal on Cambridge Heath Road.

Lucky & Joy

Chinese  in  ClaptonHackney
££££ 95 Lower Clapton Road

If you didn’t manage to get L&J’s sesame noodles delivered during lockdown, then worry not, because they’re open again.

Campania and Jones

££££ 95 Columbia Road

Columbia Road’s romantic Italian has set up tables on the cobbled street out front and will ‘tentatively’ see how it goes with people indoors. Email table@campaniaandjones.com to book.


££££ 4 Redchurch street

Brat has temporarily left its Shoreditch home and is taking up residency at Climpson’s Arch for the summer. Book here or email arch@bratrestaurant.com.

Burro e Salvia

££££ 52 Redchurch St

Burro e Salvia is open for lunch only. The handmade pasta spot on Redchurch Street is operating at a limited capacity and will start opening for dinner late July.


BritishPub  in  Shoreditch
££££ 254 Hackney Rd

Hackney Road’s always-buzzing gastropub and restaurant has reopened for dining on. Shotgun your spot online and don’t forget about their lovely outdoor area.

Mao Chow

££££ 159A Mare St

This vegan hole-in-the-wall in Hackney has added outdoor seating to their existing takeaway and delivery service. You can book a spot by emailing julian@mao-chow.com.


River Café

££££ Thames Wharf, Rainville Rd

London’s most famous Italian restaurant is back, with perfect timing, in time for summer. Bookings are capped at two or two-and-a-half hours, and you can make them here.


Gökyüzü Restaurant

££££ 26-27 Grand Parade, Green Lanes

Gökyüzü takeaway is great, but Gökyüzü eating in is even better. The Harringay branch of the legendary Turkish spot will be open, with outdoor seating. Just call 020 8211 8406 to book.

Herne Hill


££££ 293- 295 Railton Rd

Llewlyn’s have had permission to extend their already lovely terrace next to Herne Hill station. They’ve also made changes inside to allow for social distancing. They’re taking reservations for lunch service on the 4th and beyond.



££££ 300 St. Paul's Rd

Trullo is reopening its doors for lunch and dinner service on July 4th. They’ve limited the amount of tables in both room to follow social distancing guidelines and reservations can be made on their website.

Top Cuvée

££££ 177B Blackstock Rd

The wine bar and restaurant that turned itself into ‘Shop Cuvée’ throughout lockdown is open for dine-in service again. They’re accepting reservations for Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Restaurante Trevi

££££ 16-18 Highbury Corner

This Italian restaurant in Highbury has reopened for dine-in guests.

Westerns Laundry

££££ 34 Drayton Park

As well as courtyard BBQ lunches, the Highbury small plates spot are offering set dinner menus. You can bag a spot via the website.


££££ Barnes Motors, 116 Petherton Rd

One of north London’s most romantic spaces, Primeur is open with prix fixe and set menu options. There are two dinner sittings, at 6:30pm and 8:00pm.


££££ 1-3 Green Lanes

The Newington Green lowkey fine-dining spot is open for bookings now. Fancy chip-shop curry sauce incoming.

Prawn On The Lawn Islington

££££ 292 - 294 St Paul's Road

Seafood specialist and inaugural winner of the just-invented Cute Restaurant Name award, Prawn on the Lawn has reopened its Islington restaurant. You can book here and, don’t worry, it’s still a fishmongers.



££££ 30 Almeida St

Southern Italian trattoria Radici will be reopening its doors on July 4th. They’ve made changes to make it safe, and reservations can be made on their website.

The Drapers Arms

Pub  in  Islington
££££ 44 Barnsbury St

The Drapers Arms will be accepting online reservations only for July 4th and 5th for now. They will be arranging the place to follow government 1m+ social distancing guidelines.


££££ 63–69 Canonbury Rd

Smoky brisket, smoky cauliflower, and smoky, er, salmon. It’s all in Smokehouse’s name really, and the Islington restaurant is open again.

The Compton Arms

BritishPub  in  Islington
££££ 4 Compton Avenue

Probably the most popular pub in north London throughout 2019, The Compton Arms is back and so are Four Legs in the kitchen. Check the website for reservations, and move fast for a garden seat.



££££ 12-14 Hillgate St

Slick Greek spot Mazi is now taking bookings for al fresco dining in the garden.

The Prince

££££ 14 Lillie Rd

The Prince is part pub, part drinking hall, and it’s home to some pretty good street food stalls too. Bookings are being taken for the 4th July.

Maggie Jones's

££££ 6 Old Court Place

Home to the creamiest fish pie of them all, Maggie Jones has reopened for dine-in and is accepting reservations.

Da Mario

££££ 15 Gloucester Rd

They don’t make restaurants like Da Mario anymore. This old school Italian is open again with its outdoor seating all ready for reservations.

CERU South Kensington

££££ 7-9 Bute St

Ceru is back open, serving Levantine cuisine in SW7.

King's Cross


££££ Coal Drops Yard

Barrafina Coal Drops Yard have added extra distance between stools and are running a reduced tapas menu to make things a bit more spacious for their chefs. Most importantly, for the first time at Barrafina - home to infamous queues - you can reserve. As well as the counter, there are a few seats outside, a private dining room that’s reserved for parties of three to six people, and a small terrace.

Parrillan At Barrafina

££££ Coal Drops Yard, King's Cross

Parillan’s glorious terrace at Coal Drops Yard will be put to good use this summer. Reservations are available from July 4th and you should know that they’ve spread out the tables to allow for distancing. Alongside the grill-your-own options they launched with last summer, they’re adding new arroz dishes to the menu.

The German Gymnasium

££££ 1 King's Boulevard

The German Gymnasium is reopening in King’s Cross. It’s been rearranged to make sure guests are socially distant from each other, and when you make your reservation on their website you’ll see all the other precautions they’re putting in place.

The Lighterman

££££ 3 Granary Sq

This British restaurant in Kings Cross is taking online reservations for 4th July. Guests will be socially distanced across three floors of indoor seating as well as their outdoor terraces.

The Coal Office

££££ 4-10 Bagley Walk Arches

The Coal Office has been doing grab-and-go in King’s Cross since June 18th, but they’ll be back serving their menu of Middle Eastern inspired food and excellent bread from July 4th. When you reserve, you can also ask for a seat on their Coal Drops Yard terrace.

Caravan King's Cross

££££ Granary Building, 1 Granary Sq

Caravan on Granary Square is reopening. It’s got that whole industrial look going on, an eclectic menu of different cuisines, loads of space, and a pretty roomy terrace out front.


££££ 4 Pancras Square

With a few spots around London now, it’s the Pancras Square location of Hoppers that opened first. The menu is a little more seafood-leaning at this branch of the Sri Lankan restaurant, and there’s also a covered terrace.

Dishoom King's Cross

££££ 5 Stable St

The Shoreditch, King’s Cross, and Carnaby Street branches of Dishoom are back. And now you can book for groups of up to six via their website.

Happy Face

££££ 14 Handyside Street

This cavernous, subterranean pizza spot is a good shout for something fast, inexpensive, and easy around Coal Drops Yard. It’s only a short walk from the shops, well away from most of the crowds, and now taking reservations.


££££ 200 Pentonville Rd

Stalwart vegetarian spot Mildreds is taking bookings of up to six people at its King’s Cross branch.

Lina Stores King's Cross

££££ 20 Stable Street

Lina Stores King’s Cross has reopened as an al fresco restaurant. Lina in Piazza is right opposite the King’s Cross restaurant with a mobile bar and gelato cart. You can reserve a table on their website.


Kama By Vineet

££££ 87-135 Brompton Road

Kama By Vineet is reopening on July 4th for walk-in only, but reservations will be accepted from Monday 6th July.



Thai  in  Leytonstone
££££ 593 High Rd Leytonstone

There are few things more exciting than Singburi’s legendary blackboard of specials, and the Thai café is open again. You can call 020 8281 4801 to book and check their Instagram for blackboard updates.

London Bridge


££££ 6 Southwark St

London’s most famed pasta restaurant is back, walk-ins and all. Only they’re virtual now. Check the Instagram for updates, download the WalkIn app, and that pici cacio e pepe will be yours soon enough. FYI, there is outdoor seating.

Casa do Frango

££££ 32 Southwark St

Piri-piri chicken spot Casa do Frango is taking online reservations to dine in their bright and airy Southwark location from the evening of July 4th. They’ve reconfigured the space to allow for social distancing and card payment only for now.

Stoney Street

££££ 2-3 Stoney Street

26 Grains are reopening on the 4th July with outdoor seating. They’lll be taking reservations close to the date.

Santo Remedio

££££ 152 Tooley Street

Mexican spot Santo Remedio is taking reservations and will initially be opening on Friday evenings, and all-day saturday and sunday. Staff will be wearing face coverings, tables will be socially distanced, and there’s the option of outdoor seating.


££££ 2 Crucifix Lane

Kin + Deum will be serving up their wholesome Thai food from midday on the 4th July. Email bookings@kindeum.com, with your name, contact number, number of guests, and booking time to reserve a table.


££££ 4 Duchess Walk

The spacious second location of Gunpowder is one the city’s best modern Indian restaurants. Head to their website to book a table.

Hawksmoor Borough

££££ 16 Winchester Walk

Home to the full fat old fashioned and, well, lots of meat, steak specialist Hawksmoor is now taking reservations at its Borough location.

Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House

££££ 11 Stoney St.

The seafood mini-chain has reopened its Borough and Battersea branches first. Time to get the oysters in.



££££ 50 Marylebone High St

Fischer’s will be open from breakfast till late after its first dinner service on July 4th. This Viennese-style brasserie in Marylebone is providing a contactless menu, pre-service health checks for all staff, and a reconfigured dining room for customer safety.

Blandford Comptoir

££££ 1 Blandford St

This Mediterranean restaurant in Marylebone is now taking reservations for indoor seating, which will be spaced out. They also have some outdoor tables.

Brasserie of Light

££££ 400 Oxford St

This brasserie in Selfridges is reopening for all-day dining. Thermal cameras will be in place to check temperatures, and air filtration units have been installed. Bookings can be made on their website.

The Golden Hind

££££ Marylebone Ln

This legendary Marylebone chippy is reopening for dine-in customers on July 4th.


££££ 9 Duke St

This Argentinian restaurant with bar seating is back up and running with a small, socially distanced terrace out front.

The Grazing Goat

££££ 6 New Quebec St

This Marylebone local is back, with a decent-sized terrace, and solid bistro food. They’ve reduced capacity, they’re giving staff health checks before each service, and are fully reservable.

Hoppers - St. Christopher's Place

££££ 77 Wigmore Street

The Marylebone location of the excellent Sri Lankan restaurant with that bone marrow varuval is now open.



££££ 85 Piccadilly

Hide are taking reservations. This vast, multi-floored fine dining restaurant opposite Green Park didn’t skip a beat in transforming into a takeaway back in March, and they’ll be open for dinner service from the 4th.

Murger Hanhan

Chinese  in  Mayfair
££££ Sackville St

Xi’an specialist Murger Hanhan is reopening with a new layout to ensure there is one metre between tables. They’ll accept groups of up to six people, and only take card payments.


Seafood  in  Mayfair
££££ 20 Mount Street

One of London’s oldest seafood restaurants, Scott’s, is taking online reservations for the restaurant and bar area. Plus, they have an outdoor terrace. But it can’t be booked. Heads up, you need to reserve by telephone for groups larger than four.

Sexy Fish

JapaneseSeafood  in  Mayfair
££££ Berkeley Square,Berkeley Square House

Sexy Fish is taking online reservations for lunch and dinner, seven days a week, from July 4th.

Bombay Bustle

Indian  in  Mayfair
££££ 29 Maddox Street

Bombay Bustle are opening from July 4th on a reservations-only basis. Call 020 7290 4470 or head over to their website for a booking.


IndianCurry  in  Mayfair
££££ 8 Mount St

This upmarket but relaxed Indian restaurant in Mayfair is implementing all the social distancing guidelines and is taking reservations from the 4th.

Kitty Fisher's

British  in  Mayfair
££££ 10 Shepherd Market

With food so good you’ll try to eat the cutlery, Kitty Fisher’s is open with a small amount of outside and ground floor tables. Call 020 3302 1661 for updates.


Italian  in  Mayfair
££££ 121a Mount St

The classic and always-reliable Italian in Mayfair is a go-to for a reasonably priced meal in central.

Goodman Steakhouse

££££ 26 Maddox St

The steakhouse is reopening its Mayfair, City, and Canary Wharf restaurants simultaneously. Check the website to book.


Spanish  in  Mayfair
££££ 35-37 Heddon Street

This fun, casual, and seriously good Spanish spot in Mayfair has re-opened as a pop-up on their own extended terrace. There’s no need for a reservation they say, just pop in and say hello.


££££ 9 Conduit St

One for the tourists here, Sketch has reopened its doors in Mayfair from Friday to Sunday only.

The Guinea Grill

SteaksPub  in  Mayfair
££££ 30 Bruton Pl

Mayfair’s boozer with distinctly un-pub-like prices has reopned, English breakfast and all.

Notting Hill

Core By Clare Smyth

££££ 92 Kensington Park Rd

Core by Clare Smyth is accepting online bookings for lunch and dinner. They’re already fully booked for the 4th July, so act fast if you want a reservation in the coming weeks.


££££ 139-144 Westbourne Grove

Mexican spot Taqueria is reopening from Tuesday to Thursday at a third of its usual seating capacity. It’s reservation only, so to reserve a table, email them at bookings@taqueria.co.uk.


££££ 12-14 Hillgate St

Upmarket modern Greek dishes are back on the menu in this idyllic spot in Notting Hill that always make us feel like we’re on holiday. They also have a beautiful little patio out back.

Suzi Tros

££££ 18 Hillgate Street

As with sister restaurant Mazi, Suzi Tros serves modern Greek cuisine. Here they’re served in a slightly more casual style, and they’re open for reservations.

Electric Diner

££££ 191 Portobello Rd

This lively, fast-casual, American-style diner is back open, serving hot dogs, cheeseburgers, and all-day breakfasts from morning till night. The adjoining cinema will be open on August 7th.


££££ 95 - 97 Portobello Road

Gold’s Garden Room is a nice place to be, with its palm tree and retractable glass ceiling. It’s now open again, serving drinks and wood-fired seasonal plates.

Hereford Road

££££ 3 Hereford Rd

The restaurants as you may know it is not properly open till September, but they’ve taken over the street and have renamed themselves Hereford Pavement, serving their nose-to-tail specialities throughout the summer.


££££ 5 Ladbroke Road

Uli is a bright restaurant in Notting Hill serving food from all over Asia both inside and on their lovely roof terrace.

Farm Girl Cafe

££££ 59a Portobello Rd

This Australian healthy-eating thing is back up and running.


Pergola Paddington Central

AmericanBurgersTacos  in  Paddington
££££ 5 Kingdom St

Paddington’s open air food market is now taking online bookings, you can reserve via their website.

London Shell Co

££££ The Prince Regent

The Grand Duchess and The Prince Regent, both canal-boat-restaurants from London Shell Co have reopened. Make a booking if you’re a seafood fan.



££££ 12 Blenheim Grove

Peckham wine bar and restaurant Levan (also one of our Best New Restaurants of 2019) is taking reservations for dinner on July 4th and beyond.


££££ 119 Queen's Road

Kudu and Smokey Kudu are reopening for service on July 4th. Temperature checks will be mandatory for guests, and tables have been rearranged to ensure social distancing. And there are outdoor tables available for walk-ins.


Petersham Nurseries

££££ Church Lane, Petersham Road

Petersham Nurseries is reopening it’s Richmond café and teahouse for al fresco dining. Opening hours will be adjusted until sunset on some evenings, and bookings can be made online.


Sông Quê

££££ 134 Kingsland Rd

If you’re craving Vietnamese, then Sông Quê Cafe is reopening for dine-in on July 4th, reservations can be made by calling 020 7613 3222.

Rochelle Canteen

££££ Rochelle School

Rochelle Canteen is one of our favourite restaurants in London, and it’s reopening its restaurant and garden on July 4th. They’re taking online reservations now.

Officina 00

££££ 152 Old Street

Italian spot Officina 00 is reopening on the 4th. They’re accepting online reservations for every day of the week except Sundays.

Casa Do Frango

££££ 2 King John Court

Piri-piri chicken spot Casa do Frango is taking online reservations to dine in their Shoreditch location from the evening of July 4th. They’ve reconfigured the space to allow for social distancing and have installed a brand new terrace for outdoor dining. They’re also operating on a card payment only for now.


££££ 6 Southwark St

London’s most famed pasta restaurant is back, walk-ins and all. Only they’re virtual now. Check the Instagram for updates, download the WalkIn app, and that pici cacio e pepe will be yours soon enough. FYI, there is outdoor seating.

Homeslice Pizza Shoreditch

Pizza  in  Shoreditch
££££ 374-378 Old St

The Shoreditch branch of Homeslice is reopening on July 4th. FYI they have small garden that seats two if you’d rather dine outside.


SpanishPasta  in  Shoreditch
££££ 26 Rivington St

Popolo are reconfiguring their two-floor Rivington Street restaurant to allow social distancing. They’re accepting reservations for just eight seats at the bar downstairs and fifteen upstairs.


BBQ  in  Shoreditch
££££ 35 Sclater St

This Shoreditch BBQ spot is reopening in true Smokestak style, with a barbecue. They’ve reduced their dining room capacity by 30%, and will have a new terrace available for al fresco dining. Reservations can be made on their website.


££££ 54-56 Great Eastern Street

Over the top Italian spot Gloria will be enforcing all necessary safety measures in Shoreditch. They’re also taking reservations for daytime and evening service from July 4th.

Ozone Coffee Roasters

££££ 11 Leonard St

This is one of our favourite coffee shops in London, and it’s reopening for all-day brunch from July 4th. They will be operating at reduced capacity so it’s best to reserve a table on their website.

Pachamama East

££££ 73 Great Eastern Street

Both the Marylebone and Shoreditch branches of the Peruvian all-day restaurant are open and taking reservations.


££££ 30 Rivington Street

A no-brainer when you’re craving steak or a gargantuan roast, Blacklock’s Shoreditch chophouse is open for reservations.


££££ 58 Bethnal Green Road

One of London’s few Burmese restaurants, Lahpet in Shoreditch is open from Thursday till Sunday weekly.

Dishoom Shoreditch

££££ 7 Boundary St

The Shoreditch, King’s Cross, and Carnaby Street branches of Dishoom are back. And now you can book for groups of up to six via their website.

Smoking Goat

Thai  in  Shoreditch
££££ 64 Shoreditch High St

Home to some 10/10 sticky, chilli and fish sauce covered chicken wings, the Thai spot has reopened in Shoreditch for walk-ins and bookings of up to six.


££££ 74 Luke St

The Turkish restaurant has reopened with a choice of set dinner menus from its Shoreditch home.


££££ 4 Redchurch street

As well as running the summer pop-up at Climpson’s Arch, the Shoreditch restaurant has reopened. There are fewer tables so expect a reservation to be even harder to get than it used to be.



Sri Lankan  in  Soho
££££ 21 Kingly Court

This Sri Lankan restaurant in Soho is now accepting reservations for 4th July for indoor and al fresco dining.

Brasserie Zédel

French  in  Soho
££££ 20 Sherwood St

Zédel won’t be having any live bands playing in the near future because that’s against government guidelines, but there will still be enough going on in their enormous dining room when it reopens on the 4th. There’ll be a contactless menu, pre-service health checks for all staff, and a reconfigured dining room at this Piccadilly Circus landmark.


Korean  in  Chinatown
££££ 88 Shaftesbury Avenue

Favourites like japchae and topokki are on the menu at this Chinatown restaurant, but they specialise in Korean bbq. They’re taking reservations from July 4th.

40 Dean Street

Italian  in  Soho
££££ 40 Dean Street

Soho’s neighbourhood restaurant, 40 Dean Street is serving Italian specilities like chicken milanese and black ink linguini from the 4th. Reserve a table on their website.


PastaItalian  in  Soho
££££ 19 Ganton St

Pastaio are serving their homemade pasta in Soho from lunchtime on the 4th. Email carnaby@pastaio.co.uk to get a table in their Soho restaurant.


Peruvian  in  Soho
££££ 17 Frith St.

Ceviche will be serving their Peruvian specialities to a reduced capacity. Reserve a table over on their website, and if the weather’s good, keep your fingers crossed for a table on their new outside terrace, which promises to bring a little bit of Lima to Soho this summer.


Tapas  in  Soho
££££ 26-27 D'arblay St

Copita is reopening for eat-in tapas on July 4th, call them on 020 7287 7797 to reserve a table, and keep an eye on their Instagram page for news of a new outdoor seating area.

Ugly Dumpling

££££ 1 Newburgh Street

Ugly Dumpling is taking online reservations for July 4th. They only have four tables, and outdoor seating is walk-in only, so you’ll definitely want to plan ahead.

Bone Daddies Shackfuyu

JapaneseFusion  in  Soho
££££ 14 Old Compton St

Bone Daddies across London will be opening on a walk-in basis only. Safety precautions include reduced capacity, contact tracing measures, plus front-of-house staff will be wearing face masks.

JinLi Restaurant

££££ 4 Leicester St

JinLi, one of the best spots in town for Sichuan food, are reopening on the 4th.

Quo Vadis

British  in  Soho
££££ 26-29 Dean St

It’s a restaurant, it’s a members club, and it’s home to the smoked eel sandwich. Quo Vadis is taking bookings.

Barrafina Soho

Spanish  in  Soho
££££ 26-27 Dean St

The super-popular tapas spot is open for reservations now. As usual, there will be (limited) outside seating.

The French House

FrenchBritish  in  Soho
££££ 49 Dean St

Soho’s legendary pub has reopened its dining room again for boozy lunches, dinners, and everything in between. Space is even more limited than usual, so call 0203 985 7603, or email frenchhousereservations@gmail.com.

Dishoom Carnaby

Indian  in  Soho
££££ 22 Kingly St

The Shoreditch, King’s Cross, and Carnaby Street branches of Dishoom are back. And now you can book for groups of up to six via their website.


££££ 61 Rupert Street

Sri Lankan spot Paradise has reopened its Soho restaurant. Bookings are now open, via the website.


VegetarianBritish  in  Soho
££££ 45 Lexington St

Soho’s OG plant-based spot has reopened with a new terrace on a freshly rolled out lawn covering a closed-to-traffic Lexington Street.


££££ 27 Romilly Street

The little spot in Soho has added a grab-and-go hatch so you can now get its excellent mazeh and kebab both inside and to go.


ChineseDim Sum  in  Soho
££££ 15-17 Broadwick St

Yauatcha has reopened so if you simply can’t wait to get those venison puffs in you, reserve now.

Bob Bob Ricard

££££ 1 Upper James St.

How many times every ‘Press for Champagne’ button will be scrubbed, we do not know. But we guesstimate a lot, seeing as Bob Bob is back and you can book online.


Italian  in  Soho
££££ 58-59 Great Marlborough Street

It only opened at the end of 2019, but Manteca took no time at all becoming a go-to in Soho for handmade pasta and huge hunks of meat. They’ve reduced capacity by 40% to make sure things are socially distanced, but they’re making up for it by also selling sandwiches out of a hatch.


Steaks  in  Soho
££££ 24 Great Windmill St

A no-brainer when you’re craving steak or a gargantuan roast, Blacklock’s Soho chophouse is open for reservations now.

Baozi Inn

££££ 25 Newport Ct

The Romilly Street branch of the dim sum specialist is the second to reopen (after London Bridge) and has got offers on drinks. They’re also doing takeaway and delivery through apps.


Thai  in  Soho
££££ 58 Brewer Street

One of the best places to eat Thai food in the West End has grown a terrace. Kiln will also be taking reservations at the bar for the first time.


Italian  in  Soho
££££ Golden Square 8-10 Lower James Street

For handmade pasta, the bigger Bancone on Golden Square in Soho is a good place to be. They’re taking reservations for up to four people for lunch and dinner from the 28th.


Taiwanese  in  Soho
££££ 53 Lexington St

The original Bao is back open and also offering takeaway for the first time.


The Anchor & Hope

Pub  in  Southwark
££££ 36 The Cut

The excellent Southwark pub is now taking reservations by telephone for July 4th, but keep in mind that their outdoor picnic tables are given on a first come first served basis.



££££ 65 Commercial Street

Middle-Eastern inspired spot Bubala will be back up and running, cooking a set menu of vegetarian and vegan dips and breads. Reservation lines are open for lunch and evening service from day one.

Som Saa

££££ 43A Commercial St

Som Saa are offering collection, local delivery, and now reservations. Book online for a table at the Thai-inspired spot in Spitalfields.

Brother Marcus

££££ 2 Crispin Place

All-day Eastern Mediterranean spot Brother Marcus is kicking off its 4th July reopening with brunch. There will be both indoor seating and al fresco dining, food orders and payment will be done via mobile phone from your table, and reservations can be made online.


££££ 11 White's Row

The original Spitalfields branch of this excellent modern Indian spot follows the Tower Bridge branch in reopening to reservations and walk ins on a socially-distant basis.

St James's

The Wolseley

££££ 160 Piccadilly

The Wolseley is reopening from dinner service on the 4th with a contactless menu, pre-service health checks for all staff, and a reconfigured dining room.

Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine

Chinese  in  Mayfair
££££ 9 Waterloo Place

The super-swanky Chinese restaurant is open for bookings and black cards now.

Ikoyi London

African  in  Soho
££££ 1 Saint James's Market

The West African-influenced fine dining spot is now taking reservations. They’re also be launching a delivery and collection service.


££££ 4 St James's Market

The St. James’s restaurant has installed transparent protective barriers between tables, and is taking bookings for lunch and dinner.

St John's Wood


££££ 130 Boundary Road

This Italian spot in St Johns Wood is accepting online reservations for the 4th July.

Stoke Newington


££££ 35 Stoke Newington Church Street

The excellent Italian sharing plates spot in Stoke Newington is open for set menu dinners on Friday and Saturday nights. Call 020 7254 0364 to book.


££££ 214 Stoke Newington High Street

This ‘modern Australian’ small plates and natural wines spot is back up and running in Stoke Newington with a seven-course tasting menu.


Daddy Bao

££££ 113 Mitcham Road

The bun specialists in Tooting are opening for weekend brunches and also dinner from Wednesday through to Sunday.

Tower Bridge


££££ 31 Shad Thames

The little Italian spot on Shad Thames will be open from Wednesday to Saturday, with two dinner sittings at 6pm and 8:30pm. There will be a set, seasonal, changing menu, and you can book online.



SeafoodBritish  in  Vauxhall
££££ 3 Viaduct Gardens Road

Darby’s is reopening on a 1m+ basis. The Nine Elms spot will be subjecting its staff to health checks before every service and has rearranged the seating to allow for social distancing. Reservations are recommended, although they’re not taking bookings on the terrace because, weather. But they will offer tables up to customers with reservations inside on a first priority basis.


Dominique Ansel Bakery

££££ 17-21 Elizabeth St

Dominique Ansel Bakery, home to cronuts and cookie shots, is reopening from 9am July 4th. With a new spaced out floor plan in place, walk-in guests will be able to sit inside, and on the garden terrace. Only cashless payments will be accepted.

West Hampstead

The Wet Fish Cafe

££££ 242 West End Ln.

This popular neighbourhood spot is back selling its homely food, now with a large terrace on West End Lane.


Kerridge's Bar And Grill

British  in  Strand
££££ Whitehall Place, Westminster

Lunch and dinner reservations can now be made for July 4th at Kerridge’s Bar and Grill. If you’re looking for a comfy booth, this is your place.



££££ 83-89 Fieldgate St

The legendary BYOB Punjabi spot in Whitechapel will reopen with a reduced staff on the 6th. The legendary queue will be replaced with reservations. Call 020 7247 9543 top make one.

White City

Kricket White City

££££ 101 Wood Lane

Kricket are taking reservations to eat Indian-inspired dishes on their tropical terrace at Television Centre.

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