Iconic London eatery Lindsay House closes this week after 25 years of operating as a restaurant.
Richard Corrigan's Michelin-starred restaurant, which is set in a four-storey 1740's townhouse in Soho, will hold its last service on Saturday (2 May) ahead of its lease coming to an end in September.
The Irish chef, who also operates his eponymous restaurant in Mayfair as well as Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill in London and Dublin, had been running Lindsay House since 1997.
Corrigan told Caterersearch the restaurant's closing was the end of an era. "Lindsay House will retain the great memories of laughs and crazy evenings in Soho over the years, and I'm proud to close the restaurant still holding our Michelin star.
"This is a sad passing of a wonderful Soho institution but the craic still goes on with Corrigan's Mayfair."
By Kerstin Kühn
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