Open Monday – Saturday
Bar open 12pm – 11pm
Restaurant Reservations Taken:
Lunch: 12 – 2.30pm
Dinner: 6 – 9.30pm
Closed on Sundays.
Set lunch menu available every day.
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
About Noble Rot
Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar is located in an atmospheric townhouse on Bloomsbury’s Lamb’s Conduit Street. Head chef Paul Weaver and Consultant chef Stephen Harris from the Michelin-starred The Sportsman in Whitstable oversee a full à la carte menu of fine Franglaise style cooking in the restaurant, and a selection of small dishes in the bar. The wine list ranges from deliciously undervalued wines by the glass to hard-to-find gems from the worlds leading winemakers. Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar won Wine List Of The Year at 2018, 2017 & 2016 National Restaurant Awards and 2016 Harden’s London Restaurant Awards.
We’re thrilled to be able showcase the spirit of Noble Rot Magazine in our atmospheric townhouse on one of central London’s most attractive streets, and hope to welcome you 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.
The food was very mediocre. Very disappointed
Incredibly happy and delicious lunch. I’m back next week with another gang and looking forward to it Thank you. Very very special.
We had a lovely lunch. Really would like to come back very soon. Great staff and clearly run by people who know about their door and wine! Thanks!
We had am amazing lunch on Thursday. Galway oysters followed by goose with all the trimmings--red cabbage, superb roast potatoes, apple sauce, sprouts and sprout tops--deliciously and simply cooked. Service was friendly and attentive, the room filled with happy diners. Can't think of a nicer way to kick off the Christmas season. And I haven't even mentioned the wine!
Exceptional food and service. I have sat on better tables for two hundred pounds but I loved it.
Fabulous food and a delicious wine list. A favourite.
Place excellent, service a bit slow to get starter, but we were at peak time. When the food came it was very good
Great food, incredible wine – I'm not sure there's a better priced or more interesting by-the-glass list in London.
The food is too salty and there is never much I fancy on the menu, but I love the restaurant and it’s ambience and where it is.
Really enjoy drinking good quality wines at good price. The food was excellent and very well prepared . The taste was delicious.
Absolutely wonderful food and amazing wine list.Service was superbly friendly, shame for several hiccups in timing between food and wine service.Overall a wonderful experience I shall look forward to replicate!
celebrated my wife's birthday with lunch at Noble Rot... it was wonderful experience all round. We had a very lovely server & enjoyed the fixed lunch menu with wine pairings. And they even brought out a special birthday dessert (unasked) with a candle!
Deep wine list, excellently conceived and executed dishes, and wonderful service
The food and drinks were very good. Lots of selection for wines. The atmosphere/building is very cool.
Loved Noble Rot at last a really brilliant restaurant. Excellent wine list amazing staff and brilliant attention to detail of food and ambience. Be back soon a massive applause to all at Noble Rot.
Lovely service from our South African waiter. Polite, knowledgable and friendly.
Absolutely love this place. Great value for the quality of cooking and a superb eclectic wine list.
Always enjoy Noble Rot! Highly recommended.
Very enjoyable food and wine. Excellent service. Adding a little sound-absorbing material would be a useful improvement; the hard surfaces make the background noise level quite high.
Consistently excellent food. Some terrific wines suggested. Although the wines move above £40 very quickly, we were suggested a good alternative to the Languedoc red we normally get (now sadly unavailable) for about £25. The starter of duck hearts may just be the best balanced dish I've eaten this year. Keep up the good work.
Delicious lunch, with good wines and excellent service.
Impossible to fault with one of, if not the best set lunches in London.
The sommelier in the back worked to e land horizons. After he offered a taste ot it, we had a glass of 2010 Fleurie. Don’t think I had ever had a nine year old gamay, but it was certainly worth trying.