The NoMad Restaurant

American, French, Cocktail
$ $ $ $
1170 Broadway (inside NoMad Hotel)
New York, NY 10001
(212) 796-1500



  • The chicken is no joke.... Infused with truffle and foil gras. Also do not miss out on the tagliatelle topped with king crab... Delicious
  • Milk and Honey for dessert is a must
  • The food is always fresh and exciting, but the service is what you'll remember most once your meal is finished. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Daniel Humm (Eleven Madison Park) knocks it out of the park with this comparatively casual, flawlessly executed restaurant. Must-haves: Poached egg, chicken, and lemon shortbread dessert.
  • The duck -omg- the duck! It's so good. I can honestly say it's the best duck I've eaten in my entire life!
  • This place has a fabulous list of cocktails. If you don't want dinner, go to the bar and turn a left into the library lounge. Get a Paris Is Burning.
  • Oh. My. Gosh. The roast chicken for two is divine. DIVINE!
  • Chicken for two is pretty amazing. Split the Carrot entree as an appetizer..
  • The Sherry (Bloody Mary with beets) is an amazing concoction.
  • Get the Chicken for two.
  • The Brunswick cocktail is the perfect intersection of the manhattan and negroni
  • Tagliatelle, Cauliflower, Chicken for two, 2 liter Growler, Milk & Honey dessert. Nothing else you need in life.
  • For brunch, the chicken sandwich = NO JOKE!
  • Drink: Hot Lips, App: Tagliatelle, Main: chicken or scallops, desert: milk and honey. Trust.
  • Nice place to go for a biz breakfast: quiet & civilized
  • Its a reservation-only scenario, which youll need to make on the restaurants website at 11 a.m. the day you intend to dine on the five-course prix fixe menu.
  • App: snow peas, egg, tagliatelle. Main - chicken. Drinks - Paris is burning, hot lips
  • Because you're worth it...memorable tagliatelle, refreshing snow peas, sucking pig and PB dessert. Nothing it what is seems. Post-dinner drink in the library is a must.
  • Delicious. The scotch olives were one of my favs (like a scotch egg, but with olives!) Killer old fashioneds too. If you're here sneak a peek at the library room too (ask if you can't find it!)
  • The NoMad's aesthetic leans toward the European, with Paris-inspired interiors by Jacques Garcia featuring clawfoot bathtubs & reclaimed maple floors. The rooms range from standard to apartment-esque.

Nearby places

1170 Broadway (at 28th St) (at 28th St)
16 W 29th St (btwn Broadway & 5th Ave)
1170 Broadway (at W 28th St)