Nomad

With the exposed wooden beams and ventilation ducts that snake throughout the ceiling of this beautifully ambient Surry Hills mess hall, I find myself wondering whether or not I’ve ended up on the set of the next Justin Timberlake music video, rather than Sydney’s culinary institution, Nomad. These reflections are quickly quashed over a glass of 2008 Bella Ridge Estate GSM ($18).

When dining opposite a Vegetarian, it’s important to choose a restaurant that not only cooks the ‘good stuff’ well, but can also make the rabbit food enticing to any carnivore, with dishes such as;

Nomad Jersey Milk Haloumi Heirloom Tomato, Oregano ($29) or

okra

Okra spicy Cypriot black salt ($9).

Standout for me (and probably everyone) was the Woodfired Eggplant Pomegranate, Tahini Yoghurt ($16).

eggplant

Next, it’s important to make the Vegetarian jealous, and consider revising their dietary lifestyle by ordering dishes such as BBQ Wagyu Skirt Charred Mushroom, Pedro Ximenez ($39)

wagyu

The reputation Nomad has earned is certainly well deserved. The crowd is not as pompous or pretentious as other places it could be compared to. The wait-staff don’t fawn over you like serfs at a medieval banquet, and express a genuine excitement about their dishes.

Go eat there.

Nomad
16 Foster Street
Surry Hills
NSW, 2010

www.nomadwine.com.au
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