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    Around and about in Melbourne

    It is not every day that begins with a taxi ride with a Fijian driver who has become an amateur winemaker, having bought his house from an Italian who…

    18 Nov 2017 Nick Lander
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    Belcanto – Lisbon's gain

    There was a period, roughly between 1985 and 2005, when no busy London restaurant could have survived, let alone prospered, without the hard-working…

    11 Nov 2017 Nick Lander
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    Restaurants – what can go wrong

    Readers could be forgiven for believing that when it comes to choosing restaurants around the world, I lead something of a charmed life. It must seem…

    4 Nov 2017 Nick Lander
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    Sunday and Monday in San Sebastián

    Chefs and their waiting staff earn their night off each week, which is why many of the best restaurants are closed on a Sunday or a Monday evening. …

    28 Oct 2017 Nick Lander
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    The waiting women of San Sebastián

    At the end of my fourth excellent meal in San Sebastián, north-west Spain, I was reminded of what someone, whose name I have long forgotten, advised…

    21 Oct 2017 Nick Lander
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    Whatever happened to the Four Seasons?

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. I first came across the cooking talents of Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi in 2010 when…

    14 Oct 2017 Nick Lander
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    NY restaurants – under threat?

    Des Gunewardena, the chairman of D&D Restaurants (the old Conran group), was in even more ebullient form than usual when I bumped into him recently…

    7 Oct 2017 Nick Lander
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    Basta for burgundy

    One common factor links several of my favourite restaurants around the world, whether it be Osteria alle Testiere in Venice, Cibrèo in Florence, the…

    30 Sep 2017 Nick Lander
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    A tale of two cities, and a world-famous little town

    Jancis writes The picture here shows Nick and me, forever meddling with JancisRobinson.com, in the cloister of St Jerome in Bethlehem. I make no…

    23 Sep 2017 Nick Lander
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    A Catalan period piece

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times.  The two views from table 10 in the dining room of the Hotel Empordà, on the…

    16 Sep 2017 Nick Lander
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    Tel Aviv for burgundy – really

    My impressions of eating out in Israel during my first visit are still very strong. Falafel, pitta bread and a very cold Coca Cola – all of this…

    9 Sep 2017 Nick Lander
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    Turi – too much of a good thing?

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. The reopening of Enoteca Turi, the long-established Italian restaurant that for over 25…

    2 Sep 2017 Nick Lander
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    A grouse about grouse

    The second half of August and the beginning of September is, to my mind at least, the best time to eat in the UK, whether in restaurants or at home. …

    26 Aug 2017 Nick Lander
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    Peer reviewed in Paris

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. Assiduous readers of this column may recall that for the best part of the past 15 years…

    19 Aug 2017 Nick Lander
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    Ellsworth – a worthwhile restaurant in Paris

    There are certain advantages available to any restaurateur opening their second restaurant. That is, of course, in comparison with the many…

    12 Aug 2017 Nick Lander