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This Is What Happened in the London Restaurant World Last Week

The new opening cycle rolls on, as indoor reopening creeps up on London’s restaurants

Roast ducks hang inside Old Town 97 in London’s Chinatown on the day restaurants resumed outdoor dining Ejatu Shaw/Eater London

So goes outdoor reopening, so goes restaurants. That’s been the vibe for the last few weeks, but as indoor reopening — expected for 17 May — looms, more and more places are making plans for new sites and updates. One part of the restaurant world feels it is healing; many others simply never shut down.







  • More opening rumbles as NYC import Sunday in Brooklyn and wildly extra group Big Mamma confirm plans of their own, in Notting Hill and Covent Garden respectively. Pancakes and vibes at the former; sixty (60) centimetre ice cream cakes and V I B E S at the latter.



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