Skip to content Skip to Menu KAL Accessibility Statement

Nomad Cookbook

1 Review
| Ask a question
by Daniel Humm & Will Guidara
Regular price $100.00

Shipping calculated at checkout

This item is in stock and will ship promptly.

NYC’s NoMad (which stands for North of Madison Square Park) is the more casual cousin of the Michelin three-star Eleven Madison Park, and is known for a vibrant buzz and creative food that, in the words of chef Humm and general manager Guidara, strives to be a Rolling Stones-inspired counterpart to the Miles Davis vibe of the aforementioned EMP.

It’s a restaurant where simplicity has a real role to play—snap peas in a buttermilk vinaigrette—but so do funky riffs on culinary classics: black bass with scallions, rhubarb, and green garlic.

This is not a restaurant with a single point of culinary reference. It’s a free-wheeling symphony of flavor and ingredients that gracefully moves from French and Italian references to rustic American inspirations: radicchio with Granny Smith apples and mozzarella; hot dogs with bacon, black truffle, and celery; blackberry cobbler with brioche and lime.

Also included, tucked into a pocket at the back of the cookbook, is The NoMad Cocktail Book, Robitschek’s delightful collection of drinks from the restaurant’s buzz-generating bar. Most are original creations, and all are categorized on scale of five qualities: refreshing, spirituous, venturesome, bitter, and citrusy.

Color photographs throughout. The cookbook is hardcover; the drinks book is flexibound.

Shopping Cart