Cellar door comes to Surry Hills ... Nomad will focus on Australian wines and unique grape varieties.
Join The Sydney Morning Herald’s restaurant critic Terry Durack and Good Food columnist Jill Dupleix on September 30 for a sneak peek at Surry Hills restaurant Nomad before it officially opens.
Housed within a stunning turn-of-the-century warehouse located on the fringe of Surry Hills, Al Yazbek, one of the founders of Toko, along with his partner Rebecca Littlemore, have created a cellar door in the city where patrons can sample new and exciting in Australian wines.
As part of The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food ‘Opening Nights’ series, run with in partnership with MasterCard Priceless Sydney, diners will have the opportunity to meet Nomad’s in-house Master of Wine, Rob Geddes and experience the unique wine list, featuring amazing regional wines and grape varieties from around Australia.
Chef Nathan Sasi, recently returned from cooking at Heston Blumenthal’s award-winning London restaurant Dinner, is creating an exquisite menu to match Geddes’ wines. It will showcase fresh, locally sourced seasonal produce with a Mediterranean twist, as well as Nomad’s house baked bread and their own in-house made cheese and charcuterie
DATE: Monday, September 30, 2013
LOCATION: Nomad, 16 Foster St, Surry Hills
COST: $115 for 6 course dinner with matching wines
BOOK: (02) 9282 3331
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