Noble Rot Wine Bar & Restaurant

This cozy restaurant is a place I could go to once a week. This was my most relaxing and satisfying meal during my trip to London. While Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar is known for their wines, the food by Paul Weaver, formerly of The Sportsman, is worth a try if visiting London. Solid.

Chef: Paul Weaver
Tip: If there’s a place to splurge on carbs, desserts and a special wine, it’s here.

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Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar

Do not skip the bread here. Focaccia, Soda and Sourdough Bread ($6)
Do not skip the bread here. Focaccia, Soda and Sourdough Bread ($6)
This dish has been on the menu since Noble Rot opened. in 2015 Rock Oyster 'Raveneau' ($4/ea)
This dish has been on the menu since Noble Rot opened. in 2015 Rock Oyster ‘Raveneau’ ($4/ea )
Burratina, Peas, Lovage ($14)
Burratina, Peas, Lovage ($14)
White Asparagus, Sauce Maltaise, Toasted Almonds ($17)
White Asparagus, Sauce Maltaise, Toasted Almonds ($17)
Gnocchi, St Georges Mushrooms, Wild Garlic ($25)
Gnocchi, St Georges Mushrooms, Wild Garlic ($25)
Braised Cornish Turbot, Watercress Sauce, Alsace Bacon ($40)
Braised Cornish Turbot, Watercress Sauce, Alsace Bacon ($40)
Turbot Head (Off-menu)
Gift from chef. Turbot head!

 

Spring Darjeeling Tea Panna Cotta, Gaiguette Strawberries ($12)
Spring Darjeeling Tea Panna Cotta, Gariguette Strawberries ($12)
Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar
The cellar

 

Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar
Paul and I had been foodie pen pals since 2014. I never imagined I would ever go to London again let alone get to try his wonderful cooking!
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