Author Noah May

Food & Drink Editor; spinning webs of silken words in the parlours of the London cognoscenti, amidst undulating swathes of posh nosh and vino fino, Noah has cemented a mystic understanding of epicurean treasures, sacred terroirs and ancient vines.

Hotels
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Noah travels to Sweden to dine and recline at the Grand Hotel Stockholm with the country’s most celebrated chef…

London Restaurants
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Cabana’s startling multi-coloured facade rears up at me as I approach from the west. Baby…

Hotels
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Sounds rather like a scrambled-up British pub’s name; it doesn’t sound quite right. The Bell and Dragon – yes. The Dragon & Bell – fine. But Bel & The Dragon?

British
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“Outlaw’s at The Capital sounds rather dramatic, like a Sam Pekinpah Western. It is not; it is a very calm, well-mannered, perfectly turned out restaurant in Knightsbridge…”

Italian
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The far end of High Street Ken is something of a tundra, devoid of the…

Travel
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“He told me I would feel like this, he told me it would change me. I am sitting, drinking sloe gin with a seasoned traveller, a wit, a sage of sorts. Let us for sake of discretion call him The Minister.”

In Other Matters
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So the first time I visited The Jugged Hare, I was impressed by how slick an operation it was. Impressed by the investment, the interior work, the transformation that had been achieved and the obvious immediate hit that this country-in-the-City gastropub was.

Travel
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“Where on earth could you be expected to start when trying to write about a city like Florence? Florence is not a place that has a beginning, middle and an end, it is a complex, beautiful, multifarious metropolis.”

Hotels
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“The welcome is generous in its warmth, drinks are poured and recommendations proffered as you go over the check-in details.” Noah visits the Ritz Madrid…

Italian
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Veteran American actor, comedian and director Mel Brooks reportedly stated “sex is like pizza, even when it’s bad, it’s good” and I am inclined to sort-of agree, although the focus of my attentions in this context falls on the pizza.

Travel
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“If ever there was a day to be out in the British countryside, it is this day. Early-August and baking – the hottest day of the year.” Noah reminisces on a trip to the Cotswolds…

Asian
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You’d never really know it until you’re up there, high above everything, but London sprawls in a way that shocks you, there is a shapeless morbidity to our capital.

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