Noble Rot wine bar and restaurant opened in November 2015 on Lamb’s Conduit Street in London and quickly established itself as a place of pilgrimage for wine worshippers worldwide. Offering a menu of fine ‘Franglais’ cooking by head chef Myles Donaldson and executive chef Stephen Harris (of Seasalter’s famed The Sportsman), it won the coveted top wine list prize at the World Restaurant Awards in Paris in 2019, and for three consecutive years at the National Restaurant Awards in London (2016 to 2018).
Noble Rot Soho, our second restaurant, opened on the former site of the Gay Hussar at 2 Greek Street in September 2020. It was a favourite meeting place for generations of political journalists and (mostly Labour) MPs – including PMs Clement Attlee and Gordon Brown – and Noble Rot has renovated the building’s many period features and installed Alex Jackson, formerly of Sardine restaurant, as head chef, as well as extending a wine offering of the gods into Soho. Unlike Lamb’s Conduit Street, Noble Rot Soho is only licensed as a full restaurant, without a casual bar, but it boasts a fabulous private dining room that has been the scene of much scheming!
Ground floor dining room, Noble Rot Soho