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The NoMad

Restaurants, French Chelsea
5 out of 5 stars
4 out of 5 stars
(8user reviews)
 (Photograph: Daniel Krieger)
Photograph: Daniel KriegerSea urchin with green apple gelée at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerFruits de mer at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerRadishes and butter at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerFoei gras with pig's head at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerDuck breast at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerLobster with potato chips at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerMilk and honey dessert at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerApple brioche at the NoMad
 (Photograph: Daniel Krieger)
Photograph: Daniel Krieger
 (Photograph: Daniel Krieger)
Photograph: Daniel Krieger
 (Photograph: Daniel Krieger)
Photograph: Daniel Krieger
 (Photograph: Daniel Krieger)
Photograph: Daniel Krieger
 (Photograph: Daniel Krieger)
Photograph: Daniel Krieger

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

Chef Daniel Humm and William Guidara, the celebrated team behind Eleven Madison Park, turn the music up for their sophomore venture in the NoMad Hotel. Ditching EMP's tasting-menu-only format, Humm takes a more democratic approach with an à la carte menu of seasonal, French-inflected fare.  The venue comprises five distinct spaces, all designed by Parisian architect Jacques Garcia: a dark-oak-clad dining room with heavy fabrics and an open hearth; a sunlit atrium with a pyramidal glass roof; a cozy fireplace room; a library for afternoon tea and evening nightcaps; and a cocktail lounge featuring a stately mahogany bar.

By: Mari Uyehara



Address: The NoMad Hotel
1170 Broadway
New York
Cross street: at 28th St
Transport: Subway: N, R to 28th St
Price: Average main course: $36. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 7am–10:30pm; Fri, Sat 7am–11pm; Sun 7am–10pm
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Users say (8)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.1 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:4
  • 4 star:2
  • 3 star:1
  • 2 star:1
  • 1 star:0
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Wonderful dining experience. Entire service staff was very friendly and patient. Eloquently describing menu selections, wine pairings, recommendations, and suggestions - very responsive and expected of a high quality establishment. The food was amazing. Practically stuffed myself on bread, shared the crab cake, and enjoyed the venison (though when I return I may need to try the much talked about, and very appetizing chicken for two). The dining rooms each have their own ambiance, and the food is tasty yet approachable - you kind of want to eat it everyday. Finished with the lemon tart, even though I was totally satiated I needed one last fork-full. Overall, exceptional food and service, a bit pricey (but easier to book and more affordable than EMP), and well worth it.

The decor reminds me of Hotel Costes in Paris, luxurious, velvety, decadent and chic. Try the beet salad! Service was exceptional, ambience perfect. Loved it.

The chicken. Dear lord, the chicken. It really is a wonder, and worthy of every bit of hype around it. 


I thought the food at the Nomad was great. I definitely need to go back.