Was our 3rd or 4th visit since moving a few blocks away. Had a reservation, but was seated without them asking about one or getting our names. Within 5 minutes after our reservation time the restaurant had no open 4 tops, so I don't know what their plan was if we actually showed up with our reservation at that time. Seems to be a pattern, usually make an Opentable reservation there, but they never ask.
Food is hit/miss, sometimes great, sometimes only a few things are good. On this last visit, mussels were awful, server didn't even ask why we didn't eat them. Had to stare down the server to get his attention. Haven't seen Chef Luca in the kitchen on any visits, guess he's busy now running Silo upstairs.
I've been dining at NOSH since it opened a few years ago- always had great service, great food and drinks. Maybe my last visit was an off night, but everything was terrible. It took 5 minuets for 2 people to be sat after our reservation in a not crowded restaurant and patio. Ordered 2 drinks and they took 15 minuets to arrive. Ordered fries, veggie pizza and burrata della campania. Pizza- cold, tasteless aside from salty capers. Burrata della- Cheese arrived ice cold (supposed to be room temp) and in a puddle from the room temp zucchini (supposed to be cold) that had been sitting for a while. The drinks and the frites were excellent! Since plenty of restaurants have mastered drinks and fries as well as service, I will not be back.
Great Parmesan fries and beer selection. We were able to enjoy talking with our friends and several small plate dishes.
The mussels were superb and everything tasted fresh and different. Would love to go again and try new specials!
After all of the reviews we expected a busy place on a Saturday night and great food, what we found was a half full restaurant and average food at best. We started with the truffle fries and they were good but not remarkable. The table ordered two pasta dishes, both with undercooked pasta. We sent the ravioli back because it was so chewy and the redone plate was only slightly better. The pork belly pizza was fine but like the fries, not extraordinary. Service was OK but nothing to return for.
On a side note do not ask for any of the dishes that got raves from previous menus, the current chef will not make them.
This was a first visit and we will not return.
The atmosphere was nice. The server was attentive and friendly. As for the food, the lobster ravioli was a bit under cooked and the pizza was okay. The truffle fries were great and the crepe was very good. I liked the cleanness and quiet. This spot is nice for a first date or romantic dinner.
We've been before without reservations. There was no record of our OpenTable reservation, according to the person who greeted us, so we were seated in a back room which was very cold - others also complained, moved tables or left to sit at the bar because it was so chilly. No solution was offered to address the situation. Service was very slow - they seemed understaffed and were quite busy. Food, however, was quite good.
My husband and I went out for a "Date night" and had a wonderful time. The portions were just right and the food was awesome. Our server was knowledgeable and pleasant! We would recommend NOSH to anyone. We look forward to going back.
I am a little disappointed in their menu. We ordered two small dishes, both were deep fried and on the dryer side. However, we'd expected some sort of dip to balance out the dryness, but neither had any dip, and flavors were average. We liked their wild boar pizza, but another tuna fish we ordered tasted like salted tuna from a can. I am not impressed with the food we ordered this time.
Great place for a lovely lunch of fabulous food prepared by a talented chef and delivered by a super-friendly, energetic and efficient server, Ashely.She single-handedly managed the lunch crowd with a cheerful attitude and competence and made wonderful recommendations as she helped my fickle-self choose from the somewhat limited menu. Shrimp salad was small on size but large on flavor from the divine dressing that I wanted to lick from the bottom of the bowl (I refrained!). I was then WOWED by the wild boar pizza. The perfect crust (better than a few of the "designer" newbie pizza joints around town) and wonderful combination of tasty toppings made my tummy tap dance. I ate all but one piece (oink oink),so no dessert...always next time!