Another unmissable restaurant when you’re in Sydney is Nomad,
nestled in the uber hip suburb of Surry Hills.
Brought to us by Rebecca Littlemore and her partner Al Yazbek
(former Toko owners – another one of my favs.)
Nomad is a gorgeous restaurant and cellar,
celebrating the best of local & regional produce and wines.
A large, warehouse space with stripped back brick walls and polished concrete,
Scandinavian-inspired, smooth blond wood furniture,
fire logs packed walls, and rows and rows of decorative pickles-
this light-filled space is the perfect venue to enjoy great food with even great company.
I’m instantly drawn to the large inked skull by the talented C. J. Hendry
The seasonal menu is a well-curated spread of interesting, contemporary dishes with Middle-Eastern accents.
Designed for sharing, their housemade breads, cheeses and charcuterie is a must-try!
Rich, creamy fw.
Freshly shucked oysters w. cucumber & Arak
Spicyw. chilli, smoked pork jowl, espelette pepper
Tender lamb rump w. Moroccan eggplant salad, and sheeps yoghurt
BBQ carrots w. fetta, dukkah and labneh
Such artistic plating with the flavours to match!
And the desserts:
A great write up here in A Magazine if you’re keen to find out more!
16 Foster Street, Surry Hills, Sydney 2010