Located in the Park Hyatt Chicago, NoMI Kitchen serves up casually elegant dining rooted in the simplicity of food. Embrace its chic ambiance, open kitchen and stunning views of Michigan Avenue. From seven floors above, experience rustic cuisine, fresh sushi, exquisite wines and stunning views of Water Tower Place and Lake Michigan in a contemporary urban ambiance.
The restaurant’s open design welcomes you into the heart of the kitchen and presents diners with a unique opportunity to connect and interact with the culinary team just a few feet away.
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This is the second time I’ve been to this restaurant and I was excited to experience the food and atmosphere again. The Sushi is probably the best you’ll find in Chicago; truly phenomenal.
Here’s the issue we experienced. It was Valentine’s Day, and it wasn’t until we sat down that we learned we were limited to a pre fixed menu of 3 or 5 courses. They didn’t have their regular menu available, and you couldn’t order anything they were featuring a la cart style. That’s fine if they want to do something limited on Valentine’s Day, to keep things simplified for the kitchen (I’m sure). But, there was no mention of the limitation and it would have been really nice to order off their regular menu. Thankfully, the raw bar was available so we just stuck to that.
When we asked about ordering items a la cart, the manager came over and explained the deal for the night and that it was all explained on Opentable and their website, which it definitely was not. They also called me days ahead of time to confirm the reservation and did not mention it either.
While the raw bar is phenomenal and our server was awesome, I don’t think we’ll be heading back anytime soon. Pretty turned off by this experience.
The open kitchen, attentive staff, and exceptional food were highlights of this meal. Eating at hotel restaurants are not usually our style and this experience may make us rethink that!
Great dining experience - awesome food, great service & wonderful views!
started with a table at the window overlooking Water Tower Park. Continued with having a very attentive Server -- Tom who was very helpful. Ultimately it is the food you come to a restaurant and the chef did NOT disappoint either of us.
Our party of six visited NoMi during Restaurant Week. Amazing innovative food selection, beautifully presented. Fabulous wine selection paired with dinner. Our server Mike went above and beyond to assure our dining experience was memorable. The entire staff at NoMi exceeded our expectations. Outstanding!!!
Fabulous! Food, Service, Ambiance :)
Will definitely return and recommend!
NoMi is a great place for lunch- you can carry on a conversation and enjoy excellent food. I was with 3 others for restaurant week, so someone enjoyed each of the 3 choices of starter and entrée. Everyone enjoyed their food, and want to return.
The atmosphere and ambiance at NoMI was exceptional! I was very impressed by the menu and the service. The restaurant week menu offered very tasty treats and delicious savory items. I am glad I went and would definitely come back.
Wonderful ambiance. Great location. Restaurant week menu was so so. Beef Sirloin was ok. I would go again for the fantastic view.
Loved the restaurant. Wish they would have sat us in one of the may open tables in the center seating area rather than packing us in next to two other couples where we all sat squished. Food was delicious.
Everyone on the same table can only choose from the Restaurant Week menu or Regular menu, can’t be mixed. This is very inconvenient and embarrassing if you dinning with larger group.
I love this place!!!
I was there with family (three generations): the atmosphere, service, food and drinks were outstanding! The sushi is phenomenal! Delicious craft cocktails as well...
The place was quite fancy and our waiter was quite cute ;) food and service are great. Nice ambiance.
Great value to visit during Chicago restaurant week.
Excellent restaurant week menu, with regular portions - not downsized. Outstanding service and a great value. - we'll be back soon.
Excellent food and service as always. I’m a frequent guest. Hostess was very pleasant on a chilly night. Happy Restaurant Week!
Great service made for an enjoyable evening in a blistering cold night outside. It was great to dine on a well curated restaurant week menu while over looking the historic water tower.
Had a great experiance. Waiter Tom O'Mally was excellent. He was very pleasant, happy, gave great suggestion on wine and dishes
Very friendly staffs. Delicious food.
I think we were expecting more our of our experience here. The food was generally good. The cocktails were great. The ribeye was pretty nice. The open ravioli was cold and really nothing special. Mixed reviews on the apple tart. We aimed on taking advantage of Chicago's restaurant week but perhaps we're better served ordering off the main menu? Not eager to return.
Four of us went here with an out of town visitor. I had the salmon which was done very nicely and the Cabernet Sauvignon - delicious also. We were able to have a great get-together with a view of the city.
A week ago, I came here 2nd time after 10 years, it is very expensive but I liked the food, service, atmosphere, but this time, our waiter was kind a moody, forgot my drink, everything slow even it was not many people. At the end, he seems better and more show his smile. Food was OK, Salmon bowl was very good, but everything too expensive.
Came here for Christmas dinner with my mother and best friend. Everything was incredible, including service. The chefs behind d the counters, our server Mohammed, highly recommend!
We went to Nomi for the Christmas Buffet and it was a hit!
Christmas dinner. Great table by the window overlooking the Chicago Water Tower with Lake Michigan visible in the distance. Buffet with perfectly prepared, seasonally appropriate selections + sushi.
We have attended the Christmas Day buffet for at least 7 years. It is a very special experience that we all enjoy and look forward to. It has continued to creep up in price and is now $175 per person (plus beverages, tax and tip). I brought my two children and without any alcohol we were over $700 for lunch. While the food is nothing less than superb and the service is also great, this is just too much and left me with a bad taste in my mouth. Granted, the place was full, so I assume there is a demand in Chicago for a holiday meal at this price. Personally, if i wanted to spend $175 for a meal I would rather have a chef’s tasting menu at one of our city’s amazing fine restaurants such as Acadia, Goosefoot etc.
I don’t know if the pricing on normal days (not holidays) is quite as steep).
Brunch too expensive
Sticker shock-An $800.00 bill without any alcohol or extra drinks. And you pay to park. I'm not sure any meal would justify these prices.
This place is a scam. Sat down for their buffet. Online and in the rooms it states that the brunch buffet is $35. Not cheap, but the rooms are ~$300 a night so we sat down for a quick bite. No menus were given and our waiter came to us 4 times before we started to eat.
For the holidays their brunch buffet is $210 after tax. They don’t advertise this anywhere, nor do they have a menu. This is a bait and switch scam. I asked the manager where it stated that price and she just said it was told to us when the reservation was made. It obviously was not considering 30+ people were complaining in the lobby as this seems to happen all the time. I have filed a claim with the IL Attorney General. Avoid this place at all costs. The Peninsula has much better food. It’s no wonder NoMi lost its Michelin star 7 years ago. Only a few more months before it goes bankrupt
The view was amazing. I booked a reservation early so I had a good chance at getting a window seat, glad they could accommodate. Our waiter was friendly could have been a little more attentive, maybe provided some suggestions or told us more about the menu. Overall it was a good experience. I would like to try the brunch service next.
Delicious as always ♥️♥️
Would have appreciated a window table. We’ve been here more than a few times.
I expects white table cloth, more of a fine dining experience, not a cafeteria dated restaurant look. Very disappointed with the venue, especially this being Nomi and the Park Hyatt hotel. They definitely need to update the venue. Also I added to my reso and told the hostess at time of check in, that it is my husbands bday, but when we ordered desert they didn’t even add a HBD candle or a writing something to make it special for him.
Reservations were ultimately messed up.. I booked on open table and they had no record of me and or my guests and said "OH WELL" try us another night. ("I think not") The line of people before me with the same problem was laughable. The hostess had the appeal of a doorknob and ZERO customer service ability. The bar was 3 deep in people getting poor to no service.. bartender made sure the cute women were getting stellar service (LOL) so getting a seat was easy even though they were packed.. People left from getting no bar service, and having "no" reservations to ultimately total dissatisfaction.. The family next to me at the bar had a 7:00 PM reservation for their daughters birthday.. they got seated at 8:35 and were told their special requests could not be accommodated. They left in a huff. (All the way from IN) I owned a 4 star restaurant.. from the 3 hours we were their and based on my tab, I estimated NOMI lost approx. $7,000 to $10,000 and many future customers. I am a regular with business guests and come from WI.. the food is not consistent and the customer service was 2 star. I will take business clients elsewhere going forward. I would only recommend NOMI to a friend if they had an entire night to waste waiting for service and did not care about the drone like service of support staff.
Nomi has long been a local favorite; that is until our recent dinner experience. I'll start with the host stand. The two employees had no idea how to manage guests' expectations, the dining room, or to set a welcoming environment for a restaurant that bills itself a high end dining experience. One employee projected the disorganization onto the guests, complaining about how busy they were, and complaining about walk-ins. Another couple who waited a long time for their reservation wished us luck after they were called. We requested a window seat when we made the reservation and when we were called to be seated, were told one wasn't available. 5 minutes later another couple was seated at a window seat. Even if we both requested the window and they were hotel guests or had other privileges, the host could have managed our request with greater alacrity. Our waiter was very nice and started out attentive. He recommended a good wine and our entrees were delicious. The wine list is odd--jumping from $70+- a bottle to $150+-. Most better restaurants offer better price point options. Oddly, after convincing us to have dessert, the waiter disappeared and no dessert arrived. We asked for our check and got out as soon as we could. Very uneven service; clueless really. It's a shame because we celebrated many special events here. We won't be returning.
Once we got seated, the service was wonderful and the food was excellent. However, I had made the reservation for 7 PM on OpenTable almost one month in advance for a special birthday for my wife. When we arrived the restaurant was full and we were told that they had no idea how long we would have to wait to be seated. We waited almost 45 minutes. It was basically as if I didn't have a reservation! I don't know who was to blame for this "glitch", the software? the management of the restaurant? Did they callously fill the place at 6 PM thinking that they would get away with it? Did the software take too many reservations beyond the capacity of the place? I don't know but this was not fun.
It was wonderful! Our waiter was incredible ! Great service and great food
Where to even start about service from end to end that paid such great attention to detail yet was not in the slightest bit pretentious. And food that was interesting yet not that tortured kind interesting where it becomes inaccessible to even to the frequent fine diner.
The view was amazing, food was delicious and well presented and the staff was wonderful. Definitely going again.