Surry Hills’ favourite cellar door and restaurant, NOMAD is back open, in its original Foster St home.
The new-look restaurant seats 200, features a larger kitchen, twice as much seating around the open kitchen, and the new addition of a stand-alone deli.
Next week, the NOMAD Deli will open, showcasing a range of take-home products, which will change weekly. Choose from a selection of house-cured meats, dips, marinated preserves, as well as chocolate fudge brownies and cookie dough, which you can make at home. The wine list is available to take home or for delivery, with a focus on small producers from Australia and beyond.
Executive Chef Jacqui Challinor has her fire back and has created a brand new menu, as well as keeping classics from the original menu. The hiramasa kingfish and truffle honey zucchini flowers return to the menu, accompanied by a range of new dishes, including Murray cod, artichokes, peas, anchovy and za’atar; wood-roasted eggplant, toasted olive seeds with burnt butter; and Magra lamb neck, brik pastry, saffron and olive oil-braised broad beans. For dessert, there’s the banana tarte Tatin, wood-roast banana & pine nut brittle ice cream; as well as strawberry, sumac and macadamia pavlova, with house-made crème fraîche.
NOMAD is open for dinner seven nights a week, and lunch Friday to Sunday.
Reservations are available via nomadwine.com.au or on 02 9280 3395.
16 Foster Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
02 9280 3395
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