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  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Frenchette – very good but...

    The restaurant everyone in New York is talking about has a fatal flaw. A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. The image is…

    17 Nov 2018 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Weathering the NY restaurant storm

    Nick surveys current problems for New York restaurateurs through the lens of two classic establishments. Restaurants have always been a game of…

    10 Nov 2018 Nick Lander
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Hit and Misi

    Nick is not as thrilled by this new opening in Brooklyn as by its sister establishment. Any second restaurant opened by the combination of an exciting…

    27 Oct 2018 Nick Lander
  • Article Free for all

    The glory of dry Riesling

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. Every few months we organise a Sunday evening wine tasting in London for visitors to my…

    7 Apr 2018 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Tasting articles

    Comparing dry Rieslings

    Our final contribution to Dry Riesling week is an account of a recent tasting in London. See also Julia on Keller’s 2017s, tasting notes from our…

    6 Apr 2018 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Alder on America

    2017 – the dangerous vintage

    On Martin Luther King Day, Alder reports on the extraordinary 2017 vintage across America. In 2017, the United States suffered the most…

    15 Jan 2018 Alder Yarrow
  • Article Tasting articles

    Barolo Night 2 in New York

    As I explained in the introduction to the report on our recent first Barbaresco Night in London, we have so far held four Barolo Nights in London and…

    30 Oct 2017 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    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
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    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
  • 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

    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

    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 Tasting articles

    North American assemblage

    See this guide to our assemblages. Jancis writes I have to confess that this may be one of the strangest assemblages in this collection of 23 of them. …

    11 Aug 2016 Team JR
  • Article Free for all

    World's best somm? A Swede in New York

    Buenos Aires-based freelance journalist and sommelier Sorrel Moseley-Williams sends this eye-witness account from last night's world sommelier…

    20 Apr 2016 Guest contributor