Bo London Ltd, the company that ran Alvin Leung's Michelin-starred restaurant Bo London has entered administration.
It first emerged that the restaurant had closed - apparently unannounced - early last week. Leung later claimed that the closure was as the result of a "serious water leak" and that he was taking the opportunity to relaunch the restaurant at some point in the future with a more casual format.
However it has now emerged that company appointed administrator ReSolve Partners to look after the business on 4 March.
The site of the restaurant, on 4 Mill Street, is thought to be up for sale, although ReSolve Partners would not confirm this. A spokesperson for the administrators said: "We do not make statements to the press."