The London Restaurants Now Taking Table Bookings

Lockdown has taken its toll on the hospitality industry, as London restaurants remained empty of the joy, bustle and plates that have made it one of the finest cities in the world for food... until now. With rumours of opening potentially available to those with social distancing measures in place, we want to share the London restaurants now taking future table bookings in the hope that they'll be able to welcome you back once July 4th rolls around. 

*please note, opening scenarios will be dictated by both government and venue, so please stay safe, stay in contact with the restaurant you've been requested a table for and be conscious of the impact you have on people around you when leaving home for these bookings.

Last updated on 26th August 2020

Scarlett Green

66 user reviews 5

Scarlett Green is back baby! Not only is the Soho favourite welcoming you with Aussie coffee, bottomless brunch, lunchtime salads and evening plates, but also Insta-worthy interiors and dishes that'll please everyone from vegans and veggies to meat-eaters.

Mark your return to restaurants in London with a trip to premium wine spot, Humble Grape. Whether you're booking in for bottles in Battersea or hoping to dine in Islington, these guys are more than excited to welcome you back come 4th July. 

Sky Garden

286 user reviews 3

Looking to inject some wow-factor into your summer plans? Head to Sky Garden's Sky Pod Bar for panoramic views across the capital city and colourful cocktails. Opening at 6pm on Friday evenings, it's the perfect spot for sunset sips.

@ Cottons Restaurant & Rum Shack Notting Hill on Various dates from Saturday 3rd October 2020

Because let's be honest, we're not going on holiday any time soon, why not make your brunch antics after lockdown a tropical experience? Coming at you from July 11th with fruity cocktails and tasty grub, Cottons in Notting Hill is the perfect way to have a dose of travel without leaving London.

Hot Stone

2 user reviews 5

Guess who's back? That's right, Chapel Market favourite Hot Stone is back once again, and this time they're looking tastier than ever. Expect wagyu, salmon and more all cooked over scorching stones in the style that's popular in Japan.