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    Two worthwhile London newcomers

    Menus are highly expressive pieces of paper. They convey the chef’s personality; the relevant season; as well as the ambitions of restaurateurs and…

    22 Jul 2017 Nick Lander
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    Restaurants - what's changed in 35 years

    This all began with a visit to my acupuncturist, who has, over the years, become a good friend as well as a great help. He lives in a wonderful house…

    15 Jul 2017 Nick Lander
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    Upstairs, downstairs in Provence

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times.  This column gives me the opportunity to apologise to Peter Chittick.  Twenty five…

    8 Jul 2017 Nick Lander
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    London restaurants – at tipping point?

    I can still recall the details of a conversation 15 years ago with my friend Danny Meyer, the successful New York restaurateur, photographed above at…

    1 Jul 2017 Nick Lander
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    Edinburgh's mad king

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See also Tam's Edinburgh for the greedy written in 2015. As the citizens of Edinburgh…

    24 Jun 2017 Nick Lander
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    Paxos - island eating

    See also Greece is the word. Love rather than food was the primary reason we undertook the rather taxing journey to Paxos. An invitation to the final…

    17 Jun 2017 Nick Lander
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    Anne-Sophie Pic comes to London

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. My wife was as right as she always is. ‘La Dame de Pic is perfect Financial Times…

    10 Jun 2017 Nick Lander
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    The City wakes up at the weekend

    I can still recall two comments from the late J D F Jones, the Financial Times Weekend editor who hired me as the paper’s restaurant correspondent…

    3 Jun 2017 Nick Lander
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    Delicious Dalmatia

    According to Daniel Boulud, the French-born, New York-based but peripatetic chef, the preparation of first courses is a far more attractive…

    27 May 2017 Nick Lander
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    Long live the salt-beef sandwich

    The Mark Ogus of today looks quite similar to the Nicholas Lander of 1981. Both of us are tall, good looking (in my opinion, anyway), and both of us…

    20 May 2017 Nick Lander
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    The Troisgros settle in

    Of all the many people who played some part in the removal of Maison Troisgros, the longest-running three-star Michelin restaurant in France, from its…

    13 May 2017 Nick Lander
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    Victoria gets a facelift

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. For the many British workers whose daily commute is into and out of Victoria station,…

    29 Apr 2017 Nick Lander
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    A Cretan dinner at The Greek Larder

    It was perhaps the strangest thing my wife could have said. Over breakfast the morning after a dinner at The Greek Larder at King’s Cross, in…

    22 Apr 2017 Nick Lander
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    Eating out in Baja California

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See also A Mexican wave of wine. Smells and tastes invariably form my longest-running…

    15 Apr 2017 Nick Lander
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    Barolo with French cuisine

    France’s borders have been penetrated by Italian food just as effectively as those of the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the US. Even in south-west…

    8 Apr 2017 Nick Lander