David Moore, founder of one of London’s oldest Michelin-starred restaurants, Pied à Terre, has made the difficult decision to close for lunch until further notice due to recruitment problems caused by Brexit and Covid. From this Saturday.
The Fitzrovia restaurant which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, will no longer open for lunch in order to protect the welfare of the team and maintain the high standards of food and service the restaurant is renowned for. Pied à Terre will remain open for dinner service from Tuesday through to Saturday.
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