The town centre is going through a big shake-up with three restaurants closing and two coming soon.
Last weekend (July 19-20) Café Rouge and the Green Mango Café in The Green, Ealing , were shut down.
The Green Mango Café, owned by Zakar Hussain, finally had to close its doors due to not making enough money.
Mr Hussain’s business was destroyed by the London riots in August 2011 , just two months after opening and after a two year battle with insurers re-opened in June last year (2013).
Joining the list of closures is Bella Italia in Ealing Broadway, due to stop business on Sunday (July 27).
A Tragus spokesperson, who operate both Café Rouge and Bella Italia, said: “Our parent company Tragus has announced a reorganisation of its business.
“This is part of longer term plans to revitalise the brands and has involved a small number of closures.”
A worker at Bella Italia, who wishes to remain anonymous, said: “There are more empty spaces in Ealing.
“The regulars are upset but not everyone knows yet.
“We are part of the community, we have lots of elderly people coming in and people with children. There are hardly any family restaurants left in Ealing.
“We had enough notice as we found out in June and nobody has been made redundant. Staff have all been given alternative places within Bella and are happy.
“The nearest Bella Italia now will be in Uxbridge or Queensway.”
A spokeswoman from the Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre confirmed the all day diner Grillshack and Caribbean restaurant Turtle Bay will open in the centre, but could not say when.
She said: “We have handed over access to both who are currently fitting in units.”
Grillshack will be on the left of Wagamamas, if you are facing the latter, and Turtle Bay will replace the old post office unit, next to Wagamama.
A spokeswoman from Grillshack said: “We are not currently in a position to communicate upon this topic.”