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About The NoMad
The NoMad is the second restaurant from Chef Daniel Humm and Restaurateur Will Guidara.
Inspired by the Chef's time spent throughout Switzerland, California, and New York City, the restaurant is rooted in the same traditions found at their critically-acclaimed, Michelin three-star rated Eleven Madison Park.
The restaurant has soaring interiors with a refined, yet approachable menu, featuring a thoughtfully-curated wine program celebrating the great wine regions of the world, alongside innovative and classically-focused cocktails.
New York, NY 10001
Hours of Operation:
Dinner is served Sunday, 5:30pm - 10:00pm; Monday through Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm; Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm.
Lunch is served daily in our dining rooms and the Elephant Bar from 12:00pm - 2:30pm.
Breakfast is served daily from 7:00am - 10:00am.
Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00am - 2:30pm.
The Elephant Bar opens daily at 12 noon. The Library lounge opens for lighter fare and cocktails at 8:00am during the week and at 10:00am on weekends. The NoMad Bar at 10 W28th Street opens at 5:00pm daily. The Elephant Bar, Library, and NoMad Bar are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. After 4:00pm the Library becomes a space reserved for guests of The NoMad Hotel.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There are multiple options for private and semi-private dining.
There are a number of parking garages in the vicinity.
We are conveniently located next to the N/R/W stop at 28th Street, and steps away from the 4/5/6 at 28th Street and Park Avenue.
Daniel Humm and James Kent
Private Party Facilities:
The NoMad offers 4,000 square feet of unique indoor and outdoor event and private dining options.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For larger parties and events, please contact our Special Events Team, Events@TheNoMadHotel.com
The NoMad Ratings and Reviews
Food was great as always but service was very slow and lacking. Gracious when present but pretty absent during our meal. Very long wait time between courses and our server would come by and apologize on his own but that was about it. Seems like things have slipped a bit.
Bummer. I have been to the nomad several times before and it’s always been a favorite. This meal fell short. I didn’t love the food, outright didn’t like my dessert (not sure I’ve ever had a bad dessert before?!?) and left hungry despite having an app, the chicken and dessert. My entree was also served to me while my apps were still being eaten.
I won’t be back, sadly.
From the exterior (which is beautiful) you would. It know this cozy opulent restaurant was inside. We arrived an hour early for our reservation and we're quickly accommodated. The chef, dining room manager and pastry chef also serve the 11 Park Avenue restaurant which holds 3 Michelin stars, so you can expect exquisite dishes and impeccable service at The Nomad. We ate dinner at The Rainbow room before coming here and it far surpassed our expectations. Highly recommend.
Let me begin by saying the 3000 miles I travelled to dine and drink at The NoMad Hotel and Bar were 100% worth it! The NoMad Bar was ranked #3 best bar in the world recently and it’s so simple to see why - the drinks are, at the risk of sounding underwhelming, pure perfection. The concoctions are original, syrups made in house with creative ingredients, flavor profiles are handled will across both shaken and stirred categories and the balance across the flavors in the final drink are unparalleled. You simply must try anything on the cocktail menu. I had reservations in the NoMad Restaurant but instead opted to dine in the Library, a room typically reserved for hotel guests. I ordered the Carrot Tartare, which was incredible. The flavors are bright and playful with just the right level of heat. I followed it up with the Chicken Sandwich. Let me tell you, that sandwich is life altering. It is perfectly cooked, soft and juicy all the way through. The four gras lends a lovely richness and the herbs keep the entire dish light but savory. (The fact that the sandwich is served on brioche doesn’t hurt either!)
All of that said, for the price point and the status attached to the name, the service was incredibly sub-par. The hostess seated us without any facial expression and did not deliver us napkins or silverware until well after our appetizer was dropped. We needed to request them as she was busy happily attending to the table next to us who were seated after us. She would not take our drink order nor did she check with us about our dishes. The rest of the staff were similar - cold and uncaring. For a fine dining restaurant I had much higher service expectations. We left the Library and moved to the Bar but he service didn’t change.
So I would absolutely recommend going but know no matter where you are served, Bar, Library or likely Restaurant, the service will likely be less attentive than you expect for the price unless you’re lucky enough to be waited on by KJ.
For a Michelin Star restaurant, our entire party was surprised at the temperature of our food. Each main course was lukewarm, at best. Flavors were good, as were the cocktails and appetizers, but every one our main courses was painful. Had we not needed to be somewhere else after our brunch, we’d have sent every main dish back.
I was at the NoMad for the first time for a Tuesday night dinner; I would highly recommend and will certainly be returning. The atmosphere is very cozy and lux - lots of beautiful wood and rich colors - almost an art deco feel to it. The service is outstanding and the food and drink are amazing. DO NOT miss out on the whole-roasted chicken with foie gras & black truffle - the presentation is as beautiful as it is delicious.
Lieber Herr Humm
Meine Freundin und ich sind aus der Schweiz und wollten daher unbedingt ihr Lokal besuchen. Selbstverständlich sind wir kulinarisch durch schweizerische Verhältnisse ziemlich verwöhnt respektive stellen gewisse Ansprüche. Es ist für uns daher unverständlich, wie ein Gastronom Ihres Niveaus einen Risotto mit Trüffel in einer Schale ohne Unterteller, den Löffel blutt auf den Tisch (Bakterien !!)servieren lassen kann . Leider war der Risotto auch nicht ganz heiss . . .
Aber grundsätzlich hat es uns gut gefallen. Im Madison Eleven haben wir leider keinen Platz erhalten .
Wir wünschen Ihnen weiterhin viel Erfolg und sind natürlich stolz, dass wir einen so tollen schweizer Koch haben . .
Herzlichst, Gabriella Theilacker
Nomad is pricey but I have to say the food and service was excellent. My wife had the duck and I had the lobster and both were delicious. Every member of the staff from the front door man, hostess, sommelier to our waitress were welcoming, genuine and unpretentious. They all seemed to be very proud to be working there and concerned that we had a good experience. I would go back - great for a special occasion. My only complaint is that the restaurant itself was a bit dark but it is warm and inviting.
Outstanding food prepared nearly perfectly. The chicken was out of this world! Though it will cost you for the experience, it is one you should have. The only down side- the very popular bar and hotel only guest lounge, The Library, are only accessible by walking through the formal dining room so everyone is weaving through the tables while you're dining.
Reserved a table for 5 right at opening (12pm) and were promptly and courteously seated.
Ordered appetizers and main dishes and after about 20 minutes received the mains. Advised the dining room manager that we had not received our appetizers and she apologized and offered to take the dishes back and to bring out the missing appetizers. We opted to eat what we had and to have the other dishes afterward.
In the end the management apologized again and also comped the appetizers, dessert and coffee; which showed a great of professionalism.
About the food ... the appetizers were very tasty, the cod and tuna salad were fantastic and the chicken burger ok ... good but not as great as some reviews state.
The lemon and pumpkin tarts were very good as well.
This was not the first time we dined at the NoMad and it won’t be the last as it is a top restaurant which offers an overall great experience.
Over priced. The pasta dish was under cooked and still raw inside. We like al denote pasta but they were raw. We sent it back and waited another 15 minutes since they said the pasta are fresh and hand rolled. The second dish was so salty that we just ate a few pasta. The ox tail was just way too salty! Terrible!
The room with the bar is very vibrant, while the back room is just a bunch of tables. Our waitress barely checked on us and never asked if we wanted another drink or anything else. They knew it was my birthday and made no effort to do a thing. Mimosa was flat, probably because it was served in a white wine glass instead of a champagne glass and was very uninspired.
. Biggest (or smallest) problem was the tuna salad which for is 36 or 7 dollars should be enough for lunch but instead comes with frisee and four 1 inch cubes of tuna and a little confit. Fills barely half a plate, a total joke. Bread is extra. Requested a croissant and then had to request butter and jam. The place is a fortune and no one cares to know how to wait on people. (Exception was the lowly water girl) Hope they all get starring roles soon.
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