Sydney’s NOMAD to reopen in original Foster Street home next month

Beloved Sydney restaurant Nomad will shift back to its original Foster Street location as of Tuesday 20th October, reopening doors to reveal extensive renovations following a fire last September.

The new-look Nomad will sport a larger kitchen, opened up and surrounded by twice as much seating, a larger charcoal grill, and the new addition of a stand-alone deli.

This brings meaningful change to how what Nomad is able to offer, allowing for not just a new menu driven by that signature wood-fired oven, but the ability to introduce more dishes that have been cooked over fire with the larger grill.

The deli also means that take-home products, which will change weekly, will now be available for those looking to stock up on the discerning kitchen’s goodies. This will include everything from a selection of house-cured meats, dips and marinated preserves, to chocolate fudge brownies and cookie dough.

The wine list will also be made available for take-home and delivery, still with its sharpened focus on small producers from both Australia and other countries.

The seating capacity for Nomad is now 200 in total – 110 currently due to COVID-19 restrictions. Which means more people can sit down to dishes like smoked ocean trout basturma, date glazed wagyu tongue, and ice cream sandwiches with sesame, pistachio and honeycomb.

NOMAD will open for dinner seven nights a week, and lunch, Friday to Sunday. Bookings can be made here or on 02 9280 3395.

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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