The lovely red front is a perfect match for the city's brick buildings. Entering Nomades in the historic centre of Toulouse is a little bit like reconnecting with a spirit of exploration and liberty left aside for too long in daily life. Decoration is stripped-down and strikes a balance in which the essential is enough.
For your gustatory enjoyment, the owners Arnaud, Sylvain and Valentin offer you a tasty menu full of flavours inspired by their own experiences across the world, but using only fresh, local and seasonal products. Here, these three travelling enthusiasts revisit the recipes of chef and globetrotter Patrick Brandao. Dishes are authentic and straightforward, as every mouthful of your beef bourguignon tacos with a wine and mustard sauce, or pollock ceviche with sweet potatoes, grilled corn, coconut and wasabi foam, and prickly pear and pomegranate dressing will attest. For curious patrons who welcome some guidance, a unique menu is served every night. You got it right, the atmosphere is definitely special. So be ready to embark on a culinary journey at the table and marvel, as a bonus, at the wonderful view over the Saint-Étienne cathedral..
1 rue Riguepels
+33 (0)5 32 59 67 53
Menu: around 27 EUR