NoMI Kitchen Park Hyatt Chicago Paul Dobroski NoMI NoMI
Park Hyatt Chicago
800 N. Michigan Ave. (Chicago Ave.)
Chicago, IL 60611
Cuisine: Contemporary
NoMI has a pared down menu and prices to match, but the restaurant’s elegant food and ambience endure.
Openings: Breakfast daily, Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner Wed.-Sat., Brunch Sat.-Sun.


NoMI, Chicago, IL

NoMI Restaurant Review:

This Park Hyatt Chicago restaurant is a more approachable, casual version of its former self, offering seasonal cuisine, cool cocktails and fine wines. The dining room’s sought-after tables next to the floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking Michigan Avenue continue to symbolize NoMI’s reputation as a romantic destination, while other elegant touches like leather-bound menus keep the sophistication level high. The menu is like a short novel with easy-to-navigate sections (For the Table, Soup & Salad, Mains, etc.) so diners can create their own custom meal, whether it’s a light bite or a multi-course experience. NoMI’s namesake maki comprises spicy tuna, eel and cucumber. Also on tap could be creamy burrata with strawberry, bacon and pumpernickel; tagliatelle, mozzarella and heirloom tomato sauce; and a Berkshire pork T-bone complemented by natural jus. Desserts range from an elderflower raspberry parfait to tarts and ice creams and sorbets.

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