Nomad Restaurant, New York City, 10/16/15

entrance
entrance

Located in the Nomad Hotel is their named restaurant and a couple very popular bar areas. It has 3 dining areas with the middle atrium room being the most noisy but all have a  significant buzz going.  A couple of years ago we had lunch in the atrium and had their famous delicious roast chicken.  The hot bread at the table was much better that visit, but the flavor does change regularly.  Service is very relaxed but then so is the atmosphere and that was nice as we stuck up a fun conversation with the couple at the next table. We started with the chicken liver mousse which didn’t taste much like liver but was tasty nevertheless but some of the rye bread was over-toasted for my taste.

The suckling pig confit was quite tasty and served with a wonderful crispy skin. It looked like a small portion but was more than I could eat. The “milk and honey” dessert is one they are known for and it was quite divine. Sweet, crispy and creamy – a terrific combination.

bread
bread
menu beginnings
menu beginnings
menu mains
menu mains
wine
wine
chicken liver
chicken liver
Suckling pig confit with Seckel pears and bitter greens
Suckling pig confit with Seckel pears and bitter greens
Frankie can see well in candle light
Frankie can see well in candle light
us
us
dessert menu
dessert menu
Milk and Honey - shortbread, brittle and ice cream
Milk and Honey – shortbread, brittle and ice cream
Frankie was hanging out at the fireplace
Frankie was hanging out at the fireplace
Our dining room
Our dining room
atrium dining room
atrium dining room
Third dining room
Third dining room

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