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The NoMad Restaurant

American Restaurant

$$$$
The NoMad Restaurant164.5
brunch • chicken • foie gras • truffles

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  • Photo of Travel + Leisure
    2 years ago
    Daniel Humm and Will Guidara, the award-winning team behind the fine-dining Eleven Madison Park, prove they are equally adept in creating an exceptional, yet less formal, dining experience at the NoMad, a hotel restaurant that has become a destination in and of itself. 
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  • Photo of Nic Brown
    2 years ago
    The doors to the toilet stalls are heavy and floor-to-ceiling, so there's no need to worry about prying eyes.
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  • Photo of Michelin  Guides
    2 years ago
    1 Michelin star.
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  • Photo of Hugh Farquhar
    2 years ago
    Order chicken
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  • Photo of Jonah Ollman
    3 years ago
    Pure opulence and food that is surprisingly interesting and tasty!
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  • Photo of Casey Basciano
    3 years ago
    Places to eat dinner
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  • Photo of Paula Winner
    3 years ago
    Love their chicken!
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  • Photo of Samo Miller
    3 years ago
    We had the chicken, cocktails and I had the peashoot salad. Fresh and elegant- great third date location!!!
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  • Photo of Samo Miller
    3 years ago
    Having a drink at the library takes you away from the bar scene of NY and immerses you in a scene as if from a movie. Dress classy!
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  • Photo of Andy Morris
    3 years ago
    Breakfast and library bar are where the deals get made.
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  • Photo of Tina  Brown
    4 years ago
    The selection of cocktails, an entire fleet, is surely one of the best in the city, down to a cooling and alcohol-free fennel-basil soda.
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  • Photo of Julia Lane
    4 years ago
    If you are in the mood for chicken, this is the place to be!
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  • Photo of Crystal Heller
    4 years ago
    Be adventurous and try the sweet breads
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  • Photo of Ayesha Ahmad
    4 years ago
    Great coffee in the library in the back.
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  • Photo of Eater
    4 years ago
    A great choice for date night, after work drinks, a leisurely lunch, a business breakfast, and everything in between. bit.ly/191gqy7
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  • Photo of Elliot Cohen
    4 years ago
    Best drinks in NYC
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  • Photo of roxyanddolly
    2 months ago
    This restaurant was right up my street, a selection of different rooms all equally as luxurious and fabulous at the other. The lighting is perfection. We visited in the holiday season and the library had the most beautiful Christmas tree. Exquisite cocktails, and the most delicious food. A wonderful dining experience. Will definitely return.
  • Photo of Tom P
    2 months ago
    Gorgeous restaurant. Excellent, very welcoming staff. Loved the food. Sure it is a bit pricey but by NYC standards, about average. The cocktails were strong and, again, the food was super. Favorites were a lasgnaette (pretty much a ravioli) with a dazzlign tomato water and both the beef and the suckling pig were yum. My friend ordered the beef, which came with a few spoonfuls of shelling beans. I LOVE shelling beans. "Can I have a side order?" Kitchen sent them right out, a large side. Wow. Maybe the best shelling beans I've ever had. And no 'Um, no, you only get them with this dish." They were so accommodating. The chef is working some nice magic.
  • Photo of ciradj
    2 months ago
    I chose this restaurant for a pre-theater birthday dinner for my wife. She is a vegan and over the years we have struggled to find a fine dining option near the theater district that had decent vegan options. We were very pleasantly surprised. While not a vegan or vegetarian restaurant, this chef obviously uses his classic French training to create dishes that cater to all. When we we first arrived the server asked about any dietary restrictions. When informed of the gluten allergies and vegan preferences, they immediately responded. While vegan options were already on the menu the server identified how others could be adapted and provided a wonderful gluten free bread. This is not to say this is a restaurant primarily for vegans. I enjoyed a wonderfully prepared smoked trout appetizer and lobster entree. The drink menu is fun and inventive. Service is helpful, attentive and friendly. Though a bit pricey, IMO, not overly so. We will be back
  • Photo of James H
    2 months ago
    Great selection and great menu. Don't be shy and try the safe stuff, go out on a limb and order some of the great options.
  • Photo of bhtpa
    3 months ago
    Terrific restaurant that lives up to the hype. Always full but, because of the many different rooms, it never feels crowded. Impeccable service and wonderful creative food. Try the famous roast chicken for two. Also the smoked trout appetizer may have been the best thing I put in my mouth during a week of fine dining.
  • Photo of Meir S
    3 months ago
    the food is good and the service is attentive, although being NY a little attitude is expected. The carrot tartare, great, the chicken burger my favorite. don't miss. great for business meetings, because it's relatively quiet. It's really bad that they don't let you use the library space. they should.
  • Photo of Enjoy a
    3 months ago
    A great location with a lively atmosphere, very trendy. Bad impression at the reception, the first word for approach they said: "yes"....... Escorted to the table at the corner with the column just in the mid between me and my guest....could leave the restaurant with stiff neck if remain there! We've been given a different table, and ask for drinks. Waiters then has been very kind and efficient. I hadn't been enthusiast by the menu. Tried bib lettuce and chicken as entree. All perfectly executed( though the chicken with foie gras was excellent, I didn't understand the side dish with the rest of the chicken in a staub cocotte with some creams) Overall a good dinner but don't think this deserve a star...
  • Photo of ber123
    3 months ago
    We've been to NoMad a number of time for brunch, and it's always fantastic, not only the food, but the ambience and service. The food is without a doubt the reason to come, consistently really well prepared and delicious. It's creative, and well put together. The chicken sandwich is my go to; with truffle with foie gras on a challah brioche, foie gras is melted into the bread, truffle is sprinkled across the chicken, chicken is moist, soft, and perfectly cooked through. It sounds too heavy but the beauty is that it's not, just the right amount of each to combine in a savory, not too salty flavor. Even marks an exception for a person who neither likes sandwiches nor truffle. The burger and croque madame are also favorites, both fitting the same bill of combining rich ingredients into a measured dish. The bloody Mary's are exceptional too, try the bull. Milk ice cream desert with honey and crumbles is a nice finish. Simple but fulfilling. The service is friendly, well trained and sharp and combined with the elegance of the room makes for a very nice experience.
  • Photo of Laura V
    3 months ago
    I very much enjoyed all the appetizers and could not believe they were all vegetarian. I know people go here for their famous truffled chicken, but the vegetarian main was also amazing. Great drinks and wine selection.
  • Photo of B H
    3 months ago
    This place rocks. The atmosphere is perfect for a romantic dinner, business or going with friends. The chicken for 2 is out of this world. I rarely order chicken and they suggested and so I did and it was perfect. The drinks are also made to perfection and the staff are extremely friendly.
  • Photo of Nuno F
    3 months ago
    This is a great place to eat in New York. Cosi environment, friendly staff, very good food and amazing bread!
  • Photo of QuentinYoknapatawpha
    No question the food is excellent. My wife and I had a beautiful trout starter. She had a lamb main course that was nicely nuanced. I had a pork main that was pretty standard and uninventive but nicely done. But the pace? Oh dear, perhaps it's an American thing. But we were brought the starter before we'd finished our aperitifs. And we barely had time to breathe between starter and main. And, since I paused for a moment while digesting my main, I was asked if I'd finished. We were in and out in ninety minutes. Which was rushed. A good restaurant should allow you to linger. This didn't.
  • Photo of Sarah I
    3 months ago
    We dined at The NoMad on a late Friday evening. Our service was impeccable and personable from start to finish. Our cocktails were amazing. We started with the tabouleh salad, which was light and fresh. The lobster pasta and beef were both great choices for entrees. The highlight of the meal was the honey dessert with ice cream and graham crackers. Wonderful meal overall!
  • Photo of calwah
    3 months ago
    Stayed at the Nomad hotel and had our dinner when we arrived late. Service here is outstanding and very welcoming. We had some drinks from the bar and I must say the bartenders know what they are doing. The quality and how they serve the food is simply great, we had the foi gras as starters and then the scalop, amazing.
  • Photo of Scipion-Paris
    3 months ago
    Surprisingly calm for mid-August and very different from frenzy dominating the rest of the year but as long as you are sitting in the main room, under transparent glass celling, it is a great place for a lazy Saturday brunch. The food is delicious and imaginative, whatever chicken truffle sandwich, soft shell crab or bay scallops tartar. Efficient and good ?
  • Photo of D K
    3 months ago
    We visited Nomad for the 3rd time in the past 3 years or so. It has been difficult to get a table but this time we did. The food quality has upgraded over the years and so did the prices. The appetizers, the main and the dessert were all delicious. Nomad's own sparkling water was bad, with no gas and very bitter taste and even the replacement bottle was very poor as well, and the table placement/seating was a little too tight even for slim people.
  • Photo of BobbyNY
    3 months ago
    excellent restaurant in the NoMad hotel on Broadway/28 st. the old wooden décor and various rooms add to the ambiance . Food is excellent. Not an extensive menu but everything we had was top quality. Portion sizes moderate so not for the person who wants quantity over quality. Foie Gras and duck was outstanding. Wine list extensive but need to look carefully for a good bottle less than $100.
  • Photo of DonaldW1963
    3 months ago
    we went there because of Daniel Humm's involvement in the cooking. And yes, the food was nice enough, and much more fairly priced than in his regular home base. So the Nomad is a good pick if it were only for those reasons. Then there the unique, cozy and conspirative interior of the NoMad. Just must love it, the moment you walk in. So a reason more to try it. BUT what overwhelmed us was the quality of the serving staff. We've hardly ever encountered a better combination of a serving attitude, know-how of the menu, attentiveness to detail and, .........wit. btw whilst you're there try their "local" wines. They have a lovely collection of NY state white, rose and sweet wines from Finger Lakes.
  • Photo of Kathryn S
    4 months ago
    To preface my review, I've worked in hospitality for over a decade, and likewise have visited numerous hospitality establishments, in many cities, all varying on the monetary spectrum. NoMad's quality and service absolutely justify their pricing (not to mention, you're in the heart of NYC). So to combat all negative reviews: they are most likely coming from an ignorant source who are unaware of the culture of NYC, and type of fine-dining that NoMad provides. I digress: I visited NoMad last year with my boyfriend as a belated birthday dinner. I wrote a review then because I was truly blown away at what a wonderful experience it was. As my last visit was beyond perfect, we decided to go again. Luckily, they were able to accommodate a last minute reservation for a party of 5, and even though we had gotten there late (due to a taxi destination mixup), were greeted pleasantly and taken to our table immediately. Remembering how amazing the Fruits de Mers was, we started off with that again. Our friends were shocked at how beautiful the presentation was, as well as how incredible the flavors were. Then, we also got the trout and lasagnette appetizers which were equally decadent and delicious. Keeping up with our family-style approach, we split the signature foie-gras stuffed roast chicken (for two), the suckling pig, and the corn entree. Per usual, the flavors, complexity, and artistically plated meals presented to us blew us away. Everything was mouth-watering. More than the food, the service, yet again, was impeccable. The attention to detail, the timing, the friendly and genuine approach was the best. I love that you can find yourself in such a classy, high-end environment without being greeted by pretentious attitudes too often found in similar establishments. So many different people assisted with our service which was phenomenal. The sommelier Christian was also extremely kind and helpful in assisting us to find the perfect wine. In the middle of our courses, our service team even brought over an amuse bouche, which was a mouth-watering hallowed egg that encapsulated the NY life, inspired by an everything bagel. It was incredible. After dinner, we were escorted to a table in their connecting library for dessert and coffee. Our server there was also phenomenal (shame on me for not remembering her name or our previous server). She was extremely patient and helped us to pick the best desserts; definitely try their signature "Milk & Honey." In addition, we had their corn dessert and chocolate dessert. As I'm planning on moving to NYC in the next year, I'll definitely assume NoMad to be one of the spots I frequent. IF YOU'RE IN NYC, DO NOT MISS COMING HERE.
  • Photo of bshofner
    4 months ago
    Apparently they do chicken quite well here, so in full disclosure we did not have that dish (unfortunately), but for $89 chicken we figured maybe there would be some better values on the menu. We were wrong! This place is so overpriced it isn't even funny. My wife and I have been to great meals all over the world and certainly in Manhattan all the time. We are not afraid to "pay up" for a quality experience. This restaurant is masquerading as a top shelf option. We sat at the bar but ordered from the full menu. Not sure if being seated at the bar was part of the issue but the service was severely lacking. They treated us like we were hotel guests from Minnesota who would never be back! That is a common problem at hotel restaurants, so few locals often times. Bottom line is the food was average, we had two dishes come out cold and the portions were tiny, yet the pricing was over the top. They were bragging about this artichoke starter and the thing was so small it was like an SNL skit (where's the beef kind of thing). Manhattan can be expensive, but usually that is because your service and food is truly excellent. NoMad has a beautiful dining room and the ambiance is good, yet the service/food is not up to par for the prices they are offering.

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