Tom Kerridge has confirmed that his two restaurants in Marlow will reopen as lockdown restrictions have been lifted.

This comes after the Government confirmed on June 23, three months after lockdown started, that restaurants and pubs across the country will be able to reopen on July 4.

This will mean that the Hand of Flowers and The Coach will be open to the public to come in and eat.

He also confirmed on social media that his London-based eatery, Kerridge’s Bar and Grill, will also reopen.

READ MORE: A new cinema experience is coming to Marlow...and Tom Kerridge is behind it

The chef said: “Yes ladies and gentlemen, the time is here.

“Restaurants and bars are now opening and our reservations lines are now open at the Hand of Flowers, Kerridge’s Bar and Grill and The Coach.

“We will all be open on Saturday, July 4.

“Please, get online, make a booking, or gives us a tinkle.

READ MORE: Extra date added to Tom Kerridge's Drive & Dine Theatre due to popular demand

“We shall see you very soon.”

During lockdown, he set up the 'Meals for Marlow' campaign which helped the vulnerable, needy, and elderly get fed across the town and the surrounding areas.