Search
Find articles
Cancel
Find articles
Search
  • X Nick on restaurants >
  • All authors >
  • All tags >
Clear search

Fine wine writing aplenty

  • Article Nick on restaurants

    A bargain basement near Euston

    No sooner had the Trump entourage turned their backs to the camera than they headed down to what the announcer described as their inaugural lunch. At…

    28 Jan 2017 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Kricket, Soho - opening up the Indian kitchen

    A clue lies in the names of the following restaurants. Firstly, there was Dishoom, then Gymkhana, then Gunpowder, then Hoppers and, most recently,…

    21 Jan 2017 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Aquavit - a transatlantic import

    The usually thin profile of Duncan Pitfield in the vicinity of a new, invariably large, restaurant is always a comforting sign to anyone who knows…

    14 Jan 2017 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Le Coucou of SoHo

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. Restaurateur Stephen Starr, who made his name initially in his home town of…

    7 Jan 2017 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Restaurants of the future?

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. Michael Whiteman is a physically striking example of a lifetime well spent in the…

    17 Dec 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Nick's best meals of 2016

    A version of this article is also published by the Financial Times. The bitter-sweet process of recalling the best meals of the year just drawing to a…

    3 Dec 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    On the Menu - Nick's new book

    1 December Our Throwback Thursday features a double helping today, one article about Nick's new book below and another about my new £4.99 wine primer …

    1 Dec 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Pierre's world-famous pig's trotter

    At Koffmann’s restaurant in the Berkeley Hotel in London I was shown to what many people would describe as ‘the worst table in the whole place’. It…

    26 Nov 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Lilia in Brooklyn and one of the best dishes ever

    During the course of the first evening of a recent week-long stay in New York, I was asked the following question by an FT reader. Which, he…

    19 Nov 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    New York, new openings

    Every visit to New York begins in the same rather precise fashion but seems to end, a bit like the US election, somewhat more untidily. I arrive,…

    12 Nov 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Disfrutar in Barcelona

    My Barcelonista friend was quite adamant. If I wanted to eat at Disfrutar on a Saturday night and without a reservation, then I had better meet him…

    5 Nov 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Why menus matter

    Since today is publication day, we're substituting this account of Nick's new book for this week's Throwback Thursday. Here he is signing multiple…

    3 Nov 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Frasca - cradle of sommdom

    Burgundy lovers are everywhere – except perhaps at US Immigration at Denver airport. That is the conclusion I arrived at last Saturday evening as we…

    27 Oct 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    In De Wulf - a Flanders farewell

    Writing this column invariably follows a well-tried formula. I return from the restaurant and put everything important just to the right of my laptop.…

    22 Oct 2016 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Noa - Tallinn's coastal breakthrough

    A version of this article is also published by the Financial Times. As I was just about to leave Noa restaurant, a 15-minute drive east of Tallinn,…

    15 Oct 2016 Nick Lander