After reading many good reviews about the brunch, 4 of us went to Nadoz on Sunday, 4/17. Nice atmosphere, beautiful building and location, but...the food was a disappointment. Not much of a selection, just your usual brunch food; some fish (salmon,), no seafood like crabmeat or shrimp, some chicken, some braised ribs (very dry), pastries (just ok) and deserts (which they ran very low on early). THe egss benedict were ok, but the bacon was excellent. None of us got an omelate or eggs, ...view morebut you could order them if you wanted to. You do get 2 free Mimosa's but for $25 bucks a pop, I would rather have had better food and more selections.view lessProvided by Citysearch
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- General Info:
- Locally owned fast casual cafe in a historic St. Louis building in Midtown near SLU and Grand Center.
- Extra Phones:
3143674848: (314) 367-4848
- Payment method:
- amex, master card, visa
- Located 1 block west of Grand BLVD, in the Coronado building across from St. Louis University.
- Catering,Kids menu.
Nadoz At The Coronado
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I have been to Nadoz several times and have never been disappointed! Everything on the menu from the perfectly prepared paninis to the supremely tasty sandwiches are fantastic! They have some of the most imaginative items on their menu that just scream deliciousness I wish I had time to try them all. Be sure to check out the crepes (best in town by far and they have both sweet and savory ones...) and chocolate waffles as well. Every staff member I have talked to has been extremely ...view morefriendly and willing to help. But don't even get me started with the desserts. Especially visible at their new location located on the Boulevard opposite the Galleria, the magnificent dessert cases that face the street contain some of the most exquisitely prepared and luscious desserts in town. I also recently found out that they prepare them all themselves from scrath, WOW! I would highly recommend Nadoz Cafe either at the Coronado or the Boulevard to anybody for any meal of the day. To those visiting from out of town, please please take the time to enjoy fantastic St. Louis gem.view lessProvided by Citysearch
Not only is the food wonderful but it is located in a BEAUTIFUL building. What I enjoy most is all the choices. Yes, lunch tends to be busy but it is because their lunch is so great and different from your typical cafe. If I want a fresh cup of moca coffee with my morning danish one day and a chi tea with my favorite turkey sandwich, then I have that option. I just started going a few months back and Nadoz has turned into my favorite place for my morning coffee and danish.......and lun...view morech. Last week before I went to the symphony I even went in for the dessert I kept hearing about - WOW. I truly can not say enough about it.view lessProvided by Citysearch
I was not pleased with my visit to Nadoz. I waited for more then 45 min for my meal, and even when I got it , it was wrong. The guy that made my food was rude. I do not think that is a place to take kids at all. I had ate there before and that time it was not bad there was a nice young lady that took my order and made my sandwich. It was great but the last time I went will be the last time I ever go. The food was good but the service was not. I truly hope that they get rid of the bad a...view morend keep the good. And I hope they work on their service!view lessProvided by Citysearch
You start your meal choosing for a quaint menu, including panini's, crepes and salads. The Euro feel does not stop there. Prepared by some of the finest pastry chefs in St. Louis, the desert selection is spectacular. Beautiful and edible are the main components. If you go, you must try the Fresh fruit tart or the black forest bavarian.Provided by Citysearch