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Food

‘As good as you will find in London’: Noble Rot Mayfair, reviewed

9 March 2024

9:00 AM

9 March 2024

9:00 AM

Noble Rot, which is named for a sickness that afflicts grapes, a self-aware name for a restaurant in London, is becoming a chain. Don’t get me wrong. The Rots in Lamb’s Conduit Street and Greek Street (which replaced the Gay Hussar that died in sympathy with the intelligent left) are two of the best restaurants we have.

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