Wine lovers rejoice: central London is getting yet another watering hole... but this one's gonna be a corker. Following in the footsteps of the original Noble Rot that lies in an early 18th Century building in Bloomsbury, the second outpost is located in a famous building on Greek Street.
Taking over the space of old-school Hungarian favourite The Gay Hussar, Noble Rot Soho is reviving the landmark site which was frequented by politicians and writers for over 50 years. Founders Dan Keeling and Mark Andrew are teaming up with The Sportsman’s Stephen Harris and chef Paul Weaver, so expect an extensive wine list - with everything from riesling and Rioja to port and orange alongside the Rotters’ much-loved Vinho Verde.
And for the plates? There's a seasonal dining menu which includes nods to The Gay Hussar’s storied past with dishes like eggs casino, whole roast chicken and a daily goulash.