I dined at Nomâde in Westport, CT, for the first time during the LTK (formerly rewardStyle) Connecticut Creator Luncheon this week. From the street, I saw woven rattan lights and immediately knew I’d love the interior. Inside, it’s a bright, airy space that serves delicious internationally-inspired cuisine from around the world. The staff are excellent, the location convenient, and the food phenomenal!
Location: Westport, CT
Address: 150 Main St,
Westport, CT 06880
Food Type: International
Dining Experience: Indoor
Price: $75+ per Person
Dress Code: Smart Casual +
Special Diets: Pescatarian, Gluten-Free (not GF dedicated)
As I mentioned, I was there for an LTK event ahead of fashion week, so although I didn’t have the typical Nomâde experience, they sure knew how to show us a wonderful time! Everything inside was intentionally selected, from the live plants and woven light fixtures to the reclaimed wood bars, recycled glass water glasses, and leather cushioned seats. I noticed they had solar panels on their roof, which is something I always love to see too!
The restaurant made me feel like I was back in Tulum, right along the beach, and while we haven’t had a cold winter this year, I would love to be transported back to this beautiful part of the Riviera Maya! Needless to say, it was very laid back, bright, airy, and refreshing!
Nomâde’s Menu & My Meal
We didn’t order from the menu, so my experience was atypical. Even so, everything here was phenomenal! My husband and I are planning a return visit to sample more of their global fare. They served us sandwiches (which I couldn’t eat because they weren’t gluten-free and had meat I don’t eat), poached shrimp, elevated deviled eggs, and a phenomenal gluten-free salad with vinaigrettes and fresh olives that was bursting with flavor.
Everything was delicious, and I was very pleased with the quality of the food here. Check out their normal menus, here.
If you’re ever in Westport, Nomâde is absolutely worth a stop. In fact, even if you have to drive a ways to get there, it’s well worth a journey! I really love how much great the food is here in Connecticut, and that’s especially true along the ocean. I know I’ll spend much more time in Westport in the future, and I look forward to returning to Nomâde as soon as possible.
Have you ever dined here? If so, what did you order? How much did you love it? Tell me your thoughts in the comments below!