女大学生的沙龙: Our 20 favourite restaurants opening on 4 July

We'll be making a beeline for these UK destinations as soon as they open their doors

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From boats to rooftop restaurants, these will all open when restrictions life Credit: The Grand Duchess

Over the past four months, chefs and restaurateurs around the country have faced their biggest challenge: to keep the doors of their ?dining rooms closed when every bone in their bodies has wanted to cook and every muscle serve.

Many have channelled their ingredients, time and skills into cooking – tirelessly – for key workers and the vulnerable; others have rethought their entire operation to remain in business with takeaways and at-home recipe kits, keeping staff employed and customers well fed throughout. For some, lockdown will have meant the end of life in the kitchen, but many chefs we have spoken to are already planning their next course – in whatever guise that may be.

The tape measures have been out again to rearrange tables and make preparations for the return of diners – eager, perhaps, for a taste of fine dining or for comforting favourites at their local haunt, but more for the reassurance that life is returning to normal. Menus may be digital and staff might be masked and more distant, but when the doors open next weekend at these places (and those that follow later – for all of which advanced booking is highly recommended), you can be sure of the warmest welcome and food to make the soul soar once more.


女大学生的沙龙:Caffe Rojano

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Padstow, Cornwall

Though chef Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin-star restaurant, No. 6, in Padstow, won’t be opening until July 10, his family-friendly Caffè Rojano across the harbour will be open from July 4, serving up plates of arancini, beech-smoked anchovies, sourdough pizzas and a regularly changing selection of fish, freshly caught by the day boats within view of the restaurant. Expect a slightly smaller menu, cashless payments and staff in “beautifully made” face masks by Oliver Harvey.

9 Mill Square, Padstow, Cornwall PL28?8AE; 01841 532796; paul-ainsworth.co.uk/cafferojano

Read more: How restaurants will work when they reopen

女大学生的沙龙:The Seafood Restaurant

Padstow, Cornwall

Rick Stein’s flagship restaurant first opened in 1975 and is a bastion of seafood cookery. Serving all his favourites from travels around the world – such as lobster thermidor, turbot hollandaise and Singapore chilli crab – it’s a bucket-list location, so hooray for its reopening. Stein’s team has implemented a ?five-point safety plan to reassure ?diners, which can be viewed online when booking.

Riverside, Padstow PL28 8BY; 01841 532700; rickstein.com/eat-with-us/the-seafood-restaurant

女大学生的沙龙:Lympstone Manor

Exmouth, Devon

Book in for a Michelin-starred lunch by Michael Caines?at his glorious country house set among the rolling hills overlooking the Exe estuary. Dinner reservations will be available from August 6, and as social distancing will be in place throughout the property, staying guests can use the restaurant at both lunch and dinner but will also be able to order the full menu to enjoy in the comfort of their rooms.

Courtlands Lane, Exmouth EX8 3NZ; 01395 202040; lympstonemanor.co.uk

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女大学生的沙龙:Hartnett, Holder & Co

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Lyndhurst, Hampshire

Though we wait with bated breath for Angela Hartnett to announce the opening of her Michelin-star London restaurant Murano, her country outpost at the Limewood Hotel in the New Forest is now taking bookings. It’s ideally situated for a spacious get-together in the sun, and Hartnett and Luke Holder’s Italian-influenced menu is just right for a summer’s day.

Lime Wood, Beaulieu Rd, Lyndhurst, Hampshire SO43 7FZ; 02380 287177; limewoodhotel.co.uk/food/hh-and-co

女大学生的沙龙:The Feathered Nest?

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Nether Westcote, Oxfordshire

“A warm, effusive welcome, and cooking grounded in the familiar but full of ?personality,” is what Telegraph restaurant critic Keith Miller remembers of this picture-perfect restaurant/pub in the Cotswolds from a visit before lockdown. It’s had a fresh paint job in the meantime, ready to welcome customers back next weekend.

Nether Westcote, Oxon, OX7 6SD; 01993 833030; thefeatherednestinn.co.uk

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女大学生的沙龙:The Sportsman

Seasalter, Kent

Food “as good as Le Gavroche, but served in a pub” was Telegraph columnist Stephen Harris’s aim when he purchased his run-down inn over 20 years ago – and he has delivered. The Michelin-starred Sportsman is renowned for its menu (inspired by the surrounding fields and shoreline) served in a relaxed setting, and even in normal circumstances is booked up six months in advance. The lines are now open, and Harris has been developing new dishes for the reopening.

Faversham Road, Seasalter, Whitstable, Kent CT5 4BP; 01227 273370; thesportsmanseasalter.co.uk

Read more: How will pubs work when they reopen?

女大学生的沙龙:The Swan Inn

Esher, Surrey

José Pizarro’s out-of-London restaurant will be the first of his group of four to reopen (those in the capital will do so later in the week) and locals are able to return for his Spanish tapas (everything from Iberian pork cheeks to patatas bravas), either inside the dining room or around the garden fire pit.

2 Hare Lane, Claygate, Esher; 01372 462582; KT10 9BS; josepizarro.com


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Kings Cross, London

Located conveniently in the spacious Coal Drops Yard, ex-Murano chef Pip Lacey’s modern wood-fire restaurant will take advantage of the ample outdoor space surrounding the dining room. “A one-metre rule means we’re working at 70 per cent capacity,” she realised when the distance was reduced on Tuesday – prompting her “to order more chairs and tables as we have far more space than we had anticipated!”

Unit 102, hicce x Wolf & Badger, Stable St, London N1C 4DQ; 020 3869 8200; hicce.co.uk

女大学生的沙龙:The Grand Duchess

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Paddington, London

The London Shell Co’s (aka Harry and Leah Lobek’s) candlelit cruising boat won’t putter down Regents Canal until July 10, but their static barge restaurant, The Grand Duchess, will serve its sustainably-sourced seafood from July 4, moored at Paddington Central. Though the number of tables inside has been halved, the siblings have invested in outdoor seating with handsome parasols for diners to eat, at a socially acceptable distance, on the towpath in the shade.

The Grand Duchess, Sheldon Square, Paddington Central W2 6PY; 07553?033636; londonshellco.com

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Islington, London

This cult restaurant on Upper Street in Islington is the brainchild of Great British Menu winner James Cochran, renowned for his jerk chicken which he has been selling (with great success) as a takeaway to local customers through his Around the Cluck service since lockdown began. The restaurant, which usually only has room for 11 tables, will be stripped down to just five when it opens to serve his popular takeaway menu to eat in.

107 Upper Street, Islington, London N1?1QN; 07934 202269; 1251.co.uk


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Mayfair, London

Ollie Dabbous’ ambitious restaurant was one of the biggest openings of 2018, leaving many (including Telegraph restaurant critic Kathryn Flett) wowed by its modern menu with “a special kind of genius” at its core. Thanks to the sheer size of the restaurant (174 covers over three floors), social distancing is relatively easy, allowing staff to work separately and minimise contact, but there will also be five private dining rooms available and single-use menus throughout.

85 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NB; 020 3146 8666; hide.co.uk


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Fitzrovia, London

The Mandrake hotel’s Amazonian restaurant will welcome diners back to its outdoor terrace space, Jumera, in the hotel’s central courtyard, with tables spaced well apart and an indoor private dining room available to book. The refreshed menu will reflect executive head chef George Scott-Toft’s travels through South America (which Telegraph reviewer William Sitwell adored on a pre-lockdown visit), with dishes showcasing the flavours of Buenos Aires, Santiago and Lima.

20-21 Newman Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1PG; 0203 146 8880; themandrake.com/yopolondon


Brixton, London

“Modern, fun, meaty cooking,” says Keith Miller. This buzzing mini chain specialises in small plates foregrounding British ingredients revved up withsouth Asian flavours. While its main hub in Soho remains closed for now, both Brixton and White City branches will open next weekend, having removed enough tables to allow for safe eating and drinking, and limited table sizes to a maximum of six people. Time for some Keralan chicken.

41-43 Atlantic Road, Brixton, London SW9 8JL; kricket.co.uk


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Marylebone, London

The little sister to Los Angeles-based Toca Madera, Madera at Treehouse Hotel London will be returning post-lockdown with its Cali-Mexican menu, serving a selection of the restaurant’s “greatest hits” including Mexican ?flatbreads and the Madera Burger. The menus will be disposable and there is?also the option to order meals via an?app?so you can have a contactless ?experience.

14-15 Langham Place, London W1B 2QS; 020 3988 4273; treehousehotels.com/london/eat-drink/madera


女大学生的沙龙:The White Horse

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Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk

With a glorious terrace overlooking marshland, this place is perfectly situated for a bask in the sun with a plate of oysters (picked from the very coastline you’re looking at) and a glass of fizz. And, even if you don’t bag a spot outside, the restaurant boasts one of the best conservatories in the country, too. The à la carte menu leans heavily on the local fisherman in the village – and if you go to the rear of the restaurant, you’ll even find a smokehouse run by head chef Fran Hartshorne and her partner, Phil.

Main Road, Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk PE31 8BY; 01485 210262; whitehorsebrancaster.co.uk


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King’s Lynn, Norfolk

Founders Natalie and Dan Stuhler have been doing takeaway dishes ?during lockdown (British takes on tapas using local ingredients, with a similar ethos to their restaurant menu), and their light, bright open-plan restaurant will now operate with a “one-way flow” system, as well as installing sanitising stations throughout the building.

11 Foundry Place, Burnham Market, King’s Lynn PE31 8LG; sociusnorfolk.co.uk


Long Buckby, Northamptonshire

“The lamb chops alone should make Long Buckby famous,” was William Sitwell’s firm opinion after a visit to review Voujon pre-lockdown. This family-owned mini-chain of restaurants serves an excellent range of Indian and?Bangladeshi food, and as for its ?reopening the restaurant will space its tables one metre apart and offer table service from the bar, in addition to ramping up hygiene procedures and sanitising stations.

1-3 Church Street, Long Buckby, NN6?7QH; 01327 843571; voujon.co.uk


女大学生的沙龙:The Sp?rrows

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A restaurant specialising in Alpine cuisine that really makes your mouth water, this trendy European-style café – serving up plates of sp?tzle, dumplings and goulash (washed down with a Swiss craft beer) – has become a hotspot on the Manchester dining scene. Having moved to a much larger space just before lockdown, it is now well set up for serving customers at a safe distance, so check the weather report and book a table on a rainy day for a comforting, carb-tastic feast.

16 Red Bank, Manchester M4 4HF; 0161?302 6267; thesparrows.me

女大学生的沙龙:Purnell’s Restaurant

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Nestled between historic Colmore Row and St Phillip’s Cathedral, Glynn Purnell’s eponymous restaurant was awarded its first Michelin star in 2009. The dining room of 45 covers will be downsized, and opening times, too, will change from seven days a week to four, for lunchtime service only. “We can’t wait to have you back”, Purnell passionately told his followers on Instagram.

55 Cornwall St, Birmingham B3 2DH; 0121 212 9799; purnellsrestaurant.com

女大学生的沙龙:20 Stories

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The Spinningfields rooftop restaurant will welcome diners back for skyline views and cocktails, having changed shift patterns, altered the table arrangements and installed sanitising stations. Menus will be electronic and payments cashless when service restarts.

No. 1 Spinningfields, 1 Hardman Square, Manchester M3 3EB; 0161 204 3333; 20stories.co.uk

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