Nick Savage

Nick Savage


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

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