Nick Savage

Nick Savage

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Nick will try anything once, whether it's tarantula stew in Cambodia, muskox Thai green curry in Greenland or mopane worms in Zimbabwe. However, nothing shook him quite to the core like his university roommate's kitchen abominations. As for food that he actually enjoys, he can be found sniffing around London for its best ramen, Szechuan, Mexican, Korean, Peruvian et al, ad nauseum.

Nick Savage's articles

Cate Blanchett: "I wouldn’t call it stalking exactly, but it was akin to stalking"

Over a dinner in Holland Park, Nick Savage catches up with Cate Blanchett as she celebrates her appointment as creative director of sake brand Toku and discusses her personal connection with Japanese culture

Mex it up: eating our way through Los Cabos

From humble tacos to haute cuisine, Los Cabos is cooking up some of the finest food in Mexico

Drawn perfect: mixology at Scarfes Bar

Scarfes Bar at The Rosewood Hotel has gone from strength to strength since it opened a decade ago, writes Nick Savage, with artfully made cocktails infused with irreverent spirit

Sam Heughan on gin and dream dates

When you’ve taken television by storm with hit series such as Outlander and Men in Kilts, where do you go next? For Sam Heughan, it’s running a spirits empire

On the beef, wine and tango trail with Gaucho in Argentina

From its fields to its vineyards, Argentina fuses centuries-old tradition and forward-thinking, sustainable practices – with results as thought-provoking as they are delicious. We join the team at Gaucho for a closer look

A family affair: Mexican restaurant KOL's unlikely partnership with a Slovakian winery

Marylebone-based Mexican restaurant KOL sources its wine from Slovakia. It seems an incongruous partnership, but the connection runs deeper than it appears

You're so Maine: a tour of the USA's seafood state

We travel to Portland Harbour, US to meet the locals keeping its fishing industry alive despite the odds

Flavour of the Week: Sardine

Gallery restaurants, southern French bistros – both can be overpriced and a bore. Not so at Alex Jackson's new joint near Old Street, where he breathes new life into both categories

From fine dining to street food: the fiery cuisine of Bangkok

When it comes to Thai cuisine, Bangkok offers a fiery mix of superlative street food and fine-dining discoveries. Just make sure you can handle your chilli