Two former waitresses who claimed their manager was a sex pest have won out-of-court settlements.
Luba Polyanskaya, 25, alleged that Giuseppe Mucci fondled her, kissed her, asked her for sex and to be his girlfriend.
Mrs Polyanskaya who lives in Perivale, said the Italian manager reduced her to tears after he barged into a changing room when she was semi-naked.
She said: "I began changing. I took off my uniform, which left me in my underwear.
"Mr Mucci suddenly barged back into the changing room without knocking. He looked straight at me, at my body.
"I grabbed my trousers to cover myself. I asked him anxiously 'What are you doing?' Mr Mucci did not answer but stared at me. I felt vulnerable and unsafe."
The manager of the Green Door Steak House in Gloucester Road allegedly invited her on holiday, asked her out, tried to kiss her on the neck and told her she looked like a schoolgirl during a long campaign of sexual harassment.
Mrs Polyanskaya warned Mucci she would report him and lodged a formal complaint on December 27 last year.
The former waitress and a second Russian waitress sued restaurant group Atfc, which owns the chain, for sex discrimination at Central London Employment Tribunal.
The company settled both claims before they reached court.
Mrs Polyanskaya had been claiming £26,900 for injury to feelings and lost earnings.
She withdrew her claim, which was due to be heard next week, and signed a confidentiality agreement in return for an undisclosed sum from Atfc.
Atfc and Mucci have always strenuously denied that Mrs Polyanskaya and a second Russian waitress were sexually harassed.
An Atfc spokesman said: "Without casting aspersions on either of these two ladies, many employees make claims about companies. It does not mean their claims are true.
"Their claims were not proven because they were never heard by a tribunal."