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10

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in Business

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Mon - Thu4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Fri - Sat4:00 pm - 12:00 am
Sun4:00 pm - 10:30 pm

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Phone: (212) 979-2034

Fax: (212) 253-6510

Payment method:
amex, master card, visa, all major credit cards
Neighborhoods:
Downtown Manhattan, Bowery
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Nomad Restaurant

Nomad (East Village)

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Goodtaste tastesgood
05/31/2011
Excellent North African cuisine

This place is lovely, open patio to the street, but not jutting out onto the sidewalk so it's peaceful and comfortable. The chicken briwats are amazing, loved both the lamb and chicken tangines and have a list of several items I want to try next time. Portions are perfectly sized and the prices are right. Definitely will return.

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EastVillagePrincess
02/09/2009
Exotic Gourmet at a Reasonable Price

I marvel at the fact I can get delicious, beautifully presented food for the price of an average meal. It was pleasant to walk into Nomad and basically escape into the North African world -- light tan walls decorated with lacy metal-worked and stained glass lights. I started with the chicken briwats which are flaky pastries filled with a sweet chicken and almond mixture. They were light, crispy and by the time I w... view more

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AnaSob
02/09/2009
Best Ethnic place in East Village

I went there for my friend's birthday party. The food was amazing, some of their meat dishes are prepared on the sweet side, like chicken briwats with almonds, sugar and cinnamon or lamb with prunes, sooo delicious. I am definately coming back for more and recommending it to anyone I know. Beautifully designed interior, moroccan lamps, cave drawings on the walls, perfect fot a romantic date. Waiting stuff was a littl... view more

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kolokol
06/05/2008
very verry good

this place is a very very good place h recommend this place is a very very good place h recommend\r this place is a very very good place h recommend

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Rin4
03/14/2008
Great food, great service.. a great night out!!!

We wanted to try something a little different so after scouring the net for ideas Nomad looked pretty good. We arrived at the restaurant at 8pm and were immediately welcomed and given a choice of tables. Our waitress (sorry I've forgotten her name) was lovely!! She was friendly, polite, knowledgeable, attentive and provided the best service I've had anywhere!! Pretty much everything on the menu looked great. Our wait... view more

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andremina
02/15/2008
Traditional food, romantic place, pretty expensive

A very romantic atmosphere on Valentine's Day, with African music and suffused lights. Good service and delicious traditional north African food. But pretty expensive for the range $21-$30.\r

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darkcrash
02/11/2008
house-made merguez frites, braised lamb shank, includes new world wines

Get the merguez. We ordered it three times over two hours. Then someone suggested a merguez frites, and they put it on the menu like the next day! So they're open to suggestions. The lamb shank melts in your mouth. The seafood is passable. The service is great. The cutest bathroom and lighting, possibly, in the East village. There are like, cave drawings of bulls on the walls in the main room. OH, don't forget to try... view more

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qualityeats
01/09/2008
Authentic North African Food

Once back from Paris - home to amazing Moroccan, Tunisian and Algerian food- my boyfriend and I had a craving for North African cuisine in New York. I couldn't be happier that we made our way to Nomad where we experienced better food than Paris' Latin quarter. Best dishes to complete the experience are the Chicken Briwats, Lamb Boureks, Merguez, and the Lamb and Prune Tajine. Go for the Tunisian bread & cookies f... view more

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Chapaev
07/28/2007
Good Effort, Lukewarm Results

The restaurant was very cozy and pleasant, service unobtrusive and helpful. The food, with a low-to-average price tag had much higher aspirations. Unfortunately, it only succeeded in a handful of dishes, which was strange since the ideas and flavors seemed to be there. One of the best dishes was the peasant, hearty lamb merquez appetizer with egg and vegetables. The lamb was a bit crunchy, sauce a bit spicy and the ... view more

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inloveandjoy
07/14/2007
Delicious North African/French-Inspired Food

Went to Nomad w/a friend a few days ago for an early dinner (they aren't open for lunch). Sat in the private patio out back. This was my first exposure to North African cuisines. I had an assortment of appetizers - chicken briouats, lamb boureks, Moroccan crab cakes, and saffron grilled shrimp w/dime-sized chickpea cakes. Ea dish was beautifully plated, and the food was flavorful w/o being overwhelming. Definite... view more

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