Nomo Kitchen

by | Jul 12, 2017 | Culture

It’s time to bring your brunch game to another level, and enjoy the most important meal of the week at Nomo Kitchen. Nomo Kitchen is part of the Nomo Soho, offering a dining setting as beautiful as the hotel. The entrance of the hotel is a long archway with vines and lights, making it feel like you’re in a fairytale just a few blocks from the busy shopping streets in SoHo. The restaurant is filled with greenery, modern art and chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, giving you something pretty to look at while you wait for you food.
The menu revolves around American food with Mediterranean influences, focusing on farm-to-table cuisine. The Nomo Kitchen is run by Chef Gary King, and open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner – and that all important brunch in the weekend. The dishes are simple and small, yet very scrumptious!

The pancakes are extremely fluffy and light, and the lemon and whipped ricotta give them a very fresh taste. It’s the perfect dish to share on a sunny day! The avocado toast comes with a very thick spread of avocado, espelette and lemon, and of course the option to add a farm egg.

More filling options include the cacio e pepe, in case you wanted spaghetti for brunch, steak & egg with romesco and spring onions or the turkey burger with sweet potato chips. And there are plenty of creative cocktails to pair with your meal, because what is brunch without some alcohol?
Address: 9 Crosby Street
Closest subway station: Canal Street

Photography by Siobhan Gunner

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