More and more restaurants are now announcing they will re open after the government has given the hospitality sector the green light to resume service.
Obviously safety measures will make dining out a little bit different than we remember but it’s great to know that these restaurants in London are preparing to welcome us back.
Launched January 2020, Apple Butter is a heart-warming concept offering a cosy yet sophisticated all-day dining menu.
Located in the heart of Seven Dials, they have been busy since their opening thanks to their luscious, vibrant menu and their iconic instagramable apple tree in the middle of the room.
Having missed their customers during lockdown they are now looking forward to reopen their doors on the 7th of July along with a new delivery service. Opening hours would be: Monday to Saturday 09:00-18:00 // Sunday 10:00-18:00, they will follow government guidelines by increasing on-site cleanliness and making mask usage mandatory for all members of staff.
The newest arrived on King’s Road, Chelsea, Bestro offers a carefully curated menu featuring French classics with an international twist.
Opening on 4th of July, they are looking forward to opening their doors to the King’s Road neighbourhood for indulgent lunch and dinner dishes with a carefully curated wine list.
In regards of government regulation, social distancing will be observed between tables and guests will be offered fully contactless ordering. In co-ordination with their table management system, they will be able to, with the help of a QR code, offer menu browsing through mobile devices allowing guests to conveniently access and create a restaurant guide menu tailored to their preferences.
Cocorico is a new concept by popular farm-to-table rotisserie restaurant Cocotte, open now for take away and Deliveroo only. The new menu features hot and cold breakfast and lunch options as well as having a bakery section.
With different options for all diets and tastes, Cocorico heroes gourmet dishes, each made daily from scratch using only the finest artisanal ingredients. To accompany the food offering, Cocorico will offer a selection of freshly squeezed juices and organic coffees and teas sourced from local, independent, suppliers.
London Stock, Wandsworth Ram Quarter’s newest restaurant addition, will reopen on the 4th July, introducing a new 10-course tasting menu.
They’ve been working tirelessly during lockdown to offer a new tasting menu celebrating the cultural diversity of London and the best of the British produce to enjoy in a relaxed, fine-dining setting.
London Stock has implemented new safety measures within the restaurant to keep guests and staff safe. Safety measure include reduced capacity, extended outdoor seating, hands-free sanitation dispensers at every table as well as increased cleanliness measures across front and back of house. The 10-course tasting menus are priced at £65 and will be available for lunch and dinner service from Wednesday to Sunday.
Booking is now available via OpenTable or www.londonstockrestaurant.co.uk , although the reopening weekend is already fully booked!
Established in 2012, Shoryu Ramen aims to offer authentic Tonkotsu Ramen from the island of Hakata. This recipe is rarely found outside Japan, but has been brought to London by Executive Chef Kanji Furukawa.
During lockdown Shoryu successfully launched a DIY ramen kit, which sold out within 20 minutes and they are now looking forward to welcoming guests back in to their restaurants.
Shoryu will be reopening its doors in Carnaby and Regents Street from the 7th of July. Other locations will follow throughout July and August, with dates to be announced around London, Oxford, and Manchester.