Duddell’s restaurant closes its London Bridge chain

Cantonise restaurant, Duddell’s, which first opened its London chain two years ago, closed its doors at its London Bridge premises yesterday (23 October). 

The restaurant which specialised in hand-crafted dim sum, released a statement which said it was looking for a “new site in Mayfair.”

Duddell’s London, a chain of its Michelin- star restaurant in Hong Kong, opened its London branch at the St Thomas’ church in 2017.

The statement said: “The closure of the London Bridge space comes as a result of continued planning challenges with the landlord and technical difficulties related to the Grade II listed church, which has prevented Duddell’s from fully realising its authentic Cantonese culinary vision.

“The Duddell’s development team is looking for a new site in Mayfair which will be announced in due course.”

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