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Here’s What Happened in the London Restaurant World Last Week

With more new openings announced, the restaurant landscape in the city continues to shift

The brown exterior of Tetote Factory in Ealng, with the name written in white, lowercase cartoon lettering above the front window
Outside one of London’s very best bakeries — Tetote Factory, in Ealing
Michaël Protin/Eater London

With Boris Johnson’s coronavirus lockdown reopening roadmap and Rishi Sunak’s Budget under their belts for better or for worse, London restaurants planning for when they will reopen after lockdown have a luxury they’ve not had for a long time: time. As the run-up to reopening rolls on, expect more and more new openings, and a clearer picture of what (central) London’s restaurant landscape will look like.










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