The Ledbury to remain closed indefinitely with Brett Graham calling one-metre distancing rules ‘unworkable’
The two-Michelin-starred Ledbury restaurant in London's Notting Hill will remain closed indefinitely, with owner Brett Graham saying it would be impossible to keep staff and customers safe with even one-metre distancing restrictions in place."
‘We’re ready to open on 22 June, but need certainty’ UKHospitality tells government
Many businesses are “ready to open”, but need certainty on times and conditions, UKHospitality has said after it was revealed an easing of restrictions from 22 June was being considered.
Wasabi appoints KPMG as it looks to negotiate turnover-based rents
Wasabi has appointed KPMG to lead discussions with landlords as it bids to move to a turnover-based rent arrangement.
Marcus Wareing releases survey to inform how restaurants should reopen
Marcus Wareing has unveiled a survey to help restaurants plan how to ensure their guests feel comfortable and relaxed when they are able to dine out once again. "
Amsterdam restaurant trials innovative 'safe and intimate' dining concept
Mediamatic Eten, a vegan restaurant and bar on Amsterdam’s Oosterdok waterfront, has tested “intimate dining” spaces in order to comply with social distancing rules when it reopens later this month.
Two-thirds of diners plan to return to restaurants once restrictions are lifted
Almost two-thirds of diners plan to return to restaurants once restrictions are lifted, though four in five would be reassured by widely spaced tables and visible hygiene practices.