Ed Sheeran’s London restaurant struggling after months of pandemic lockdowns

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Ed is only one of many restaurant house owners who has struggled to maintain enterprise afloat within the midst of adversity. The star – price £220 million – says it has been ‘very troublesome’ to maintain his enterprise going.

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Ed Sheehan has hinted his restaurant enterprise is struggling as a result of strains of the pandemic – regardless of the very fact he’s price an estimated £220 million.

The 30-year-old chart topping star may be one of many greatest earners within the music world – pandemic or not – however he has instructed he has been sinking cash in his failing Bertie Blossoms restaurant.

The flowery dinner spot, based mostly in West London, was launched by Ed not lengthy earlier than the Covid-19 pandemic pressured the UK into lockdown again in March final yr.

The Lego Home singer launched the enterprise together with his supervisor Stuart Camp – with the enterprise named in honour of each their wives – however Ed says he’ll battle to make the books stability after the restaurant reopened after months of lockdown-forced closure.

And this on high of the very fact he was giving freely discounted wine when making an attempt to encourage take-away orders throughout the peak of the pandemic.

He advised Jessie Ware’s Dinner Manners podcast: “If you happen to’re seeking to make a small fortune within the meals business it’s best to begin with a big fortune.

“It’s one in all these items the place, until you’re Jamie Oliver or Gordon Ramsay and you’ve got a great deal of eating places, it’s very troublesome.”

Ed co-owns the Bertie Blossoms restaurant in West London



He continued: “It’s had a rocky begin because it opened two months earlier than the pandemic.”

The restaurant has been deemed “easy” by The Solar – with a menu that features Oysters captured in Ed’s native Suffolk and features a £24.50 rib eye steak, hand-cut chips and a spread of alcohols.

Ed mentioned: “It’s actually good beers and good issues on the menu — what I’d need within the bar, mainly.”

The star added that he enjoys visiting his enterprise in native after relocating out of the capital to his luxurious mansion in Suffolk.

Ed is, nevertheless, price an estimated £220 million



He went on: “I like London however once I lived there full-time I felt trapped and didn’t exit so much. I used to be considering individuals cared greater than they did.

“Now I’m dwelling in Suffolk I’ll dip into London for an evening and benefit from the experiences. I’m a Suffolk boy and that is the place I really feel most snug.

“I can go right into a pub and see individuals and go, ‘OK’ however in ­London it’s extra full-on.” And there are much more ­eating places to compete with, too.”

Regardless of being price a fortune that the majority can solely ever dream of, a frugal life appears to be the selection for Ed – not least when it got here to his personal marriage ceremony to spouse Cherry Seaborn.

He advised The Solar earlier this month: “Me and Cherry’s precise marriage ceremony was a tiny affair, with hardly anybody there.

“We did it at night time, at a random day in the midst of January, in the midst of nowhere.

“Nobody knew, nobody got here to it, we lit candles and we received married, went again and had a curry.”

Though the lovebirds determined towards having a standard marriage ceremony, they couldn’t go up throwing an enormous celebration just a few months later after they invited a complete host of well-known mates.

Whereas he was pleased to share the celebration together with his nearest and dearest, Ed warned his well-known mates towards taking snaps as he banned cell phones to attempt to stop his joyful marriage ceremony information being leaked.

Talking on Jessie Ware’s Desk Manners podcast, Ed advised: “The marriage social gathering was extra a celebration of us and our mates. I didn’t need footage getting out and I’m stunned they didn’t. Everybody was very current.”

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