The NoMad RestaurantAmerican • New York, United States
Product designer. Hungry.
Avo on toast is beautifully minimal. The cinnamon buns make me wanna holler.
Some of the best food in London. Expect home cooking-style dishes using the absolute best ingredients available. They make everything from scratch — from the bratwurst to the ricotta.
It gets cold so scope out the fire-side seats. Menu changes often and is consistently good (but you can get better burgers up the road at B. Village so go for something else here).
Worth deliberately missing your Caltrain for a piece of pie
Overrated. Croissant had a metallic taste. Coffee comes in ridiculous bowl cup, far too big.
Feared this place would be a tourist trap, but actually we had a really great night. Inventive, modern cooking. Recommend the taste of Iceland menu — was special.
Sandwiches kinda boring but the cake was v. good. Expensive for what it is.
Get here around 8 — whilst the queues are manageable — and stay all night. The rooftop bar has space to sit (on the floor) if it's too cray-cray in the car park.
It's like the provinces have come to town — lots of odd-looking people 😕
They don't clean their juicer often enough, so the juice & froth separate. A bit gross.
The avocado on rye is one of London's best budget lunches. Swap it for sourdough and it's even better.
Come for the halva and pistachio smoothie, stay for the kibbeh…