Noble Rot Wine Bar & Restaurant, our first restaurant, is situated in a townhouse on WC1’s beloved Lamb’s Conduit Street dating to 1701. Formerly a bootmaker, a surgery and an electrical shop at different times, it was first converted into a wine bar by a descendent of Admiral Nelson in 1974. Noble Rot’s executive chef Stephen Harris (The Sportsman) oversees an à la carte menu of fine ‘Franglais’ cooking in the restaurant, and small dishes in the bar. Like its Soho sibling it has a celebrated wine list, voted ‘Wine List of the Year’ at the World Restaurant Awards 2019, and the National Restaurant Awards in 2020, 2018, 2017 and 2016. Ranging from undervalued wines by the glass to rare mature bottles from great estates, it is inclusive and inspiring. There’s no room for any kind of wine-wankery here.