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    Obsessing in north Lancs

    There was probably not a more cosmopolitan table anywhere. Of the 22 gathered around us there were two sous chefs from the kitchen of Taiwanese…

    6 Feb 2016 Nick Lander
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    The Champagne chef

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. Arnaud Lallement is the 41-year-old chef and proprietor of L’Assiette Champenoise, the…

    30 Jan 2016 Nick Lander
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    Park Chinois - Alan Yau's most extravagant venture

    For the first time in all the years I have known him - and I was a fan of Alan Yau’s first wagamama restaurant that opened close to the British Museum…

    23 Jan 2016 Nick Lander
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    Fun and good food in Athens

    Ari Vezené’s business card says a great deal about this restaurateur who was born in New York and arrived in his first professional kitchen via Burger…

    16 Jan 2016 Nick Lander
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    Small, unbookable and very busy

    On the Monday before Christmas I walked from Covent Garden and into Soho and past several well-known London landmarks. The crowds around Leicester…

    9 Jan 2016 Nick Lander
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    Paris - pray, love, eat

    Chefs and restaurateurs tend to address their customers at the end of the meal, revelling in a few minutes’ glory and the appreciation of those who…

    2 Jan 2016 Nick Lander
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    Eating copiously in Athens

    Dinos, short for Constantine, Stergides and Panos Deligiannis are the Little and Large of wine and food in Greece today. For any reader who is unaware…

    19 Dec 2015 Nick Lander
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    Troisgros - three-star rustication

    This is a version of an article also published by the Financial Times. Over a recent dinner in the private room of Roux at The Landau in the Langham…

    12 Dec 2015 Nick Lander
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    Restaurateurs desperately needed

    I have long maintained that there is a specific reason why restaurants need restaurateurs, the profession spawned by Paris restaurants in the late…

    5 Dec 2015 Nick Lander
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    Nick's best meals of 2015

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. Experience counts, scores of years of it, in fact. Cooking, looking after your…

    28 Nov 2015 Nick Lander
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    Cooking for Pierre Troisgros

    Pierre Troisgros, 87 and the baldest diner in this picture but still pretty hale and hearty despite a couple of minuscule hearing aids, entered the…

    21 Nov 2015 Nick Lander
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    German Gym - half price till Thursday

    I enjoyed my first meal at The German Gymnasium next to London's Eurostar terminal at St Pancras while the builders were still fixing the front door,…

    7 Nov 2015 Nick Lander
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    Veg, veg, veg - New York style

    This is a version of an article also published by the Financial Times. New York’s culinary reputation has been built on protein: steaks, chops,…

    31 Oct 2015 Nick Lander
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    Eating, and queuing, like New Yorkers

    It is now very obvious to anyone travelling to the US that food, wine and the hospitality industry receive so much wider media coverage today than in…

    24 Oct 2015 Nick Lander
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    Union Square Cafe – 30-year-old icon

    Walking across New York's Union Square last Wednesday with Danny Meyer at 7.45 am in the autumn sunshine as farmers were finishing setting up their…

    24 Oct 2015 Nick Lander