Edd and I went along on the second night to try the long menu- 8 courses of delicious, inventive food. This was the most exciting meal I've had in some time.
The only thing I didn't manage to get a picture of was the cauliflower. Yep, you read it right, this dish featured ANTS! We were informed that this was because they wanted to add a citrus taste but couldn't use lemon as it isn't local. I didn't quite understand the point of this until I bit into it and found that the ants really did taste of lemon. How exciting!
I adore the whole concept of Nomad and the food was sensational. Usually taster menus are rather meat heavy and leave you a bit exhausted (but happy! I've had amazing times at Adams!). After Nomad I felt satisfied but also comfortable. Edd and I were also extremely excited by what was, for us, a very new experience. I loved that meat isn't the main part of the meal and that Alex and Nomad are showing what can be done with local, seasonal and unusual ingredients.
The residency at Kitchen Garden Cafe is pretty much booked up I believe but keep an eye on their Facebook and Twitter for cancellations or look at the website