Restaurant Review: Nomad

By Grace Cheung,
Special to The Post


We decided on the Wild Pacific Lingcod. Sounds like a heart healthy choice right? That was until we read further and realized that it's wrapped in Chicken Skin. We got it anyways because there was also a bit of Nettle Gnocchi, Hakurei Turnip and a tasting preserved orange butter. The fish was delicately cooked and the chicken skin kept the whole thing tender and juicy. It was a whole new way to use chicken skin, if you ask me. We had Dry-Aged Organic Beef Ribeye. Not too heavy on the carbs, there were just some rosemary fried baby potatoes and veggies. The beef was tender and when you have a good cut of meat like this, the less you do to it, the better.
For dessert, we had their Ginger Pumpkin Panna Cotta. Lemon thyme jelly and port meringue.



3950 Main Street, Vancouver, BC


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