At Nomad you'll feel the charm of the Mediterranean Cuisine and the North African desert. The fire of the people, the warmth of the hues and the passion in the cooking.Fittings and ambiance are a combination of the artwork of Alex Weiss' wall paint sceneries, imported artwork from Morocco, and the carved Iron work of the Steal Neal creating an authentic outpost of North Africa in the heart of the East Village in NYC.You'll be surrounded by ochre walls, Berber pottery and hand carved wooden screens while relaxing in Berber script, candlelight, and nomadic tunes.
This should be required dining for anyone who still enjoys the value of a truly classic French
meal. All of your senses will be indulged.
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I can only say that luzias is only missing the cork trees and the grapevines . If you love fado,pears in port,and azuelas then luzias is for you.learn some portuguese history and for just a moment envision yourself sitting with "tales of the caravell
The food is ok and the customer service could be better. They dont speak much english and they dont have much of a variety in pastrees.Good to go for a simple lunch with friends but I wouldnt want to make a big reservation . I will be visiting again