Sydney’s Nomad restaurant is set to open its doors on Foster Street once again.
After a fire broke out in September last year, the Surry Hills venue was forced to close down while extensive renovations took place.
The team temporarily relocated to Commonwealth Street, but Executive Chef Jacqui Challinor says she’s happy to be reunited with the restaurant’s wood-fired oven again.
“It’s the primary focus of the new menu,” she says. “There’s a lot of new dishes we’re working on, but the staples have remained, some with a few updates and tweaks.”
Nomad’s signature house-made charcuterie will make a comeback alongside dishes including date-glazed wagyu tongue, smoked ocean trout basturma and olive oil ice cream.
Diners can look forward to twice as much seating around the new kitchen and the launch of a standalone deli.
The deli will offer everything from cured meats to dips, preserves and sweet treats. Wine will also be available for delivery or to take home.
“We’ve extended our cellar capacity and with more back vintages becoming available, we’re taking the opportunity to offer our diners a more extensive list,” says Challinor.
Nomad will reopen on 20 October for dinner seven nights a week and for lunch Friday to Sunday.
Reservations are now available.