Location:

Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar

Address

51 Lamb’s Conduit Street, London, WC1N 3NB
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Hours

Open Monday- Saturday
Bar open 12pm-11pm
Restaurant Reservations Taken:
Lunch: 12 – 14:30pm
Dinner: 6 – 9:30pm
Closed on Sundays.
*Set lunch menu available every day.

Price

$

Overview

Restaurant features Chefs Stephen Harris and Paul Weaver from the Michelin-starred The Sportsman in Whitstable with an amazing wine list.

Located on Bloomsbury’s historic Lambs Conduit Street, Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar has been a wine bar since 1973, and was originally built in 1700. Chefs Stephen Harris and Paul Weaver from the Michelin-starred The Sportsman in Whitstable oversee a menu of fine Harris-style cooking; expect to find oysters, cold cuts, bread and olives in the front bar, with an expanded restaurant menu in the back. The wine list ranges from deliciously undervalued wines by the glass to hard-to-find gems from the worlds leading winemakers; expect to find mature bottles from legendary domaines like Jean-Louis Chave, Armand Rousseau, Château Latour, Château Rayas and Domaine Tempier at reasonable prices.

We’re thrilled to have found what we think is the perfect spot to showcase the spirit of Noble Rot Magazine in one of central Londons most attractive, independent shop-lined streets, and we hope to welcome you to our new home soon. We take reservations for the restaurant online and by phone, whilst tables in the front bar section are allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis.

Restaurant features Chefs Stephen Harris and Paul Weaver from the Michelin-starred The Sportsman in Whitstable with an amazing wine list.

Located on Bloomsbury’s historic Lambs Conduit Street, Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar has been a wine bar since 1973, and was originally built in 1700. Chefs Stephen Harris and Paul Weaver from the Michelin-starred The Sportsman in Whitstable oversee a menu of fine Harris-style cooking; expect to find oysters, cold cuts, bread and olives in the front bar, with an expanded restaurant menu in the back. The wine list ranges from deliciously undervalued wines by the glass to hard-to-find gems from the worlds leading winemakers; expect to find mature bottles from legendary domaines like Jean-Louis Chave, Armand Rousseau, Château Latour, Château Rayas and Domaine Tempier at reasonable prices.

We’re thrilled to have found what we think is the perfect spot to showcase the spirit of Noble Rot Magazine in one of central Londons most attractive, independent shop-lined streets, and we hope to welcome you to our new home soon. We take reservations for the restaurant online and by phone, whilst tables in the front bar section are allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis.

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07 May 2021

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