The Low Down
The Extras: Beautiful French-inspired traditional pastries like the Algerian Halavah dipped in chocolate, baklava with orange blossom honey and apricot filled linzer cookies are housemade by the owner's wife who moonlights as a baker for the restaurant.
What to Drink: The wine list shows off unusual pours from Algeria, Morocco, Lebanon and Israel.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Warm and friendly North African restaurant brings exotic flavors and gracious hospitality to the East Village.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Slip behind the decorative facade to find a crowded, boisterous setting. The cuisine merges traditional fare from Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria, which is reflected in the murals, ironwork and wood carvings throughout theâ¦
By Andrea at GrubHub
Food ok. French fries not that good. Low price.
Excellent North African cuisine
By Goodtaste tastesgood at Citysearch
This place is lovely, open patio to the street, but not jutting out onto the sidewalk so it's peaceful and comfortable. The chicken briwats are ama... Read More
Exotic Gourmet at a Reasonable Price
By EastVillagePrincess at Citysearch
I marvel at the fact I can get delicious, beautifully presented food for the price of an average meal. It was pleasant to walk into Nomad and basi... Read More
Best Ethnic place in East Village
By AnaSob at Citysearch
I went there for my friend's birthday party. The food was amazing, some of their meat dishes are prepared on the sweet side, like chicken briwats w... Read More
very verry good
By kolokol at Citysearch
this place is a very very good place h recommend this place is a very very good place h recommend\r this place is a very very good place h recommend Read More