Monday, 14 September 2020

Sydney wining and dining favourite gets a new look

Popular Sydney wining and dining destination NOMAD will have a new look when it reopens next month. 

After a fire caused major damage last September, the Surry Hills restaurant and cellar door will reopen in its original Foster Street home on Tuesday, October 20. 


Owners Al and Rebecca Yazbek have commissioned extensive renovations to the venue with the new-look NOMAD featuring a larger kitchen, twice as much seating around the open kitchen, and the addition of a stand-alone deli.

Executive chef Jacqui Challinor will create a menu that centres around the signature wood-fired oven.

“I'm so happy to have the fire back so it's no surprise it's the primary focus of the new menu," she says. "There's a lot of new dishes we’re working on, but the staples have remained, some with a few little updates and tweaks. The heart and soul of NOMAD’s food will stay the same.”


Signature menu items to return include a house-cured charcuterie selection; smoked ocean trout basturma; haloumi, date-glazed Wagyu tongue and olive oil ice cream sandwich, with sesame, pistachio and honeycomb.

The launch of the NOMAD Deli will feature a range of take-home products, changing weekly. 

The wine list selection will be available for take home and delivery, still with a focus on small producers from Australia and beyond. 

Seating capacity for NOMAD is 200, reduced to 110 during current Covid-19 restrictions.

NOMAD will open for dinner seven nights a week and for lunch Friday to Sunday.

Reservations are now available via nomadwine.com.au or on (02) 9280 3395.

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