These following London sites are closing or have closed during the COVID-19 outbreak:
Asma Khan has temporarily closed her Soho restaurant, Darjeeling Express.
Bao is closing all four of its restaurant sites indefinitely.
Barrafina has closed its restaurants until further notice.
Blacklock has closed its three steak restaurants — in Soho, the City, and in Shoreditch — until further notice.
Blixen has temporarily closed in Old Spitalfields Market.
Brawn, on Columbia Road, has closed.
Breddos Tacos has temporarily closed its Clerkenwell restaurant and Market Halls concessions.
Bright and Peg is to close temporarily in London Fields and Clapton.
Casa Fofo has temporarily closed in Hackney.
Chinatown restaurants Jinli, Joy King Lau, Long Ji, and Young Cheng have all closed.
Chuku’s will close until the end of March in Seven Sisters.
Corbin and King, restaurant group, has temporarily closed all of its sites.
Cub has temporarily closed in Hoxton.
D&D restaurant group has temporarily closed all of its restaurants.
Dandy has closed until further notice.
Doug McMaster’s Silo will close in Hackney Wick.
Eat Le Bab has closed all of its restaurants.
Elliots Cafe has closed in Borough Market.
Essential London coffee shop Kaffeine has closed both of its cafes for two weeks.
Every Cloud bar and Silver Lining restaurant have closed indefinitely in Hackney.
Forza Wine has closed for the foreseeable future in Peckham.
Four Legs has closed temporarily in Islington.
Gunpowder has temporarily closed both of its restaurants.
Gymkhana in Mayfair, Brigadiers in the City, Kitchen Table and Bubbledogs in Fitzrovia, and Sabor in Mayfair.
Harts Group has closed El Pastor, Casa and Plaza Pastor, Tortilleria El Pastor, and Pastorcito until further notice.
Herne Hill’s Llewelyn’s will close until at least Wednesday to assess the situation.
Hoppers has closed its restaurants until further notice.
Hunanese specialist Rice Coming has closed indefinitely on Coptic Street.
Ikoyi has closed indefinitely in St. James’s.
Jidori restaurant will close until the end of the month in Dalston.
JKS’ Trishna, Berenjak, and Lyle’s have closed.
Kolamba has closed in Soho until further notice.
Koya City will close in the Bloomberg Arcade from tomorrow evening.
Kricket has closed its restaurants until further notice.
Kym’s, Andrew Wong’s restaurant also in the Bloomberg Arcade, has closed temporarily.
Lisle Street restaurants Tao Tao Ju and Superstar are temporarily closed indefinitely.
Lyle’s’ sibling Flor has closed in Borough Market.
Mangal 2 is closed until further notice.
Market Halls West End and Market Halls Victoria have closed indefinitely.
Monty’s Deli has closed at Market Hall Victoria and Seven Dials Market; it remains open in Old Spitalfields Market.
Native in Southwark is closed until further notice.
New Shoreditch noodle restaurant Noodle and Beer is closed “until the situation improves.”
Ole and Steen bakery chain has closed its Kensington location.
Pastaio has left Market Halls West End but remains open in Westfield and Soho.
Peckham Cellars has closed for “the foreseeable future.”
Pollo Feliz has closed in London Fields but may reopen at the weekend.
Quo Vadis has closed in Soho until further notice.
Red Rooster has closed in Shoreditch.
Rochelle Canteen has closed until further notice.
Rochelle Canteen ICA has closed, as the ICA has closed indefinitely itself.
Royal China Queensway, dim sum restaurant, is closed until May.
Sambal Shiok and Nasi from Mandy Yin will close on Holloway Road.
Sardine has closed in Angel.
Silk Road is closed temporarily in Camberwell.
Simon Rogan’s Roganic and Aulis have temporarily closed.
Steakhouse chain Hawksmoor has temporarily closed all of its restaurants.
Stoney Street in Borough Market and 26 Grains in Covent Garden will close temporarily.
The Clove Club, Luca, and Two Lights will close until 21 April.
The Eagle gastropub in Farringdon is closed until further notice.
The Towpath Cafe will close indefinitely, “until we think it is safe to joyfully gather in large groups again.”
Tou has closed at Arcade Food Theatre for at least six weeks.
Wander has temporarily closed in Stoke Newington.
Woodhead Restaurant Group — behind Quality Chop House, Quality Wines, Portland, Clipstone, and Emilia, will close all of its restaurants until further notice. The Quality Chop House Shop will remain open seven days a week.
(source: The Eater, image: pexels)