A new arrival in the capital, a brunch restaurant on the corner of Ayia Eleni and Stasandrou street, is a tasteful, minimalist space with a great feel.
Owner Theodoros Psaras says that the name — nom, repeated three times, represents the noise someone makes when eating something really enjoyable. Nom nom nom therefore for delicious breakfast/brunch in the capital.
The menu is very interesting and offers breakfast options, bread, mains, egg dishes, salads, and desserts. The Greek chef Nikitas Pyrgis who has worked in Mykonos and London oversaw the menu, which the Cypriot chef Theodoros Eleftheriou cooks.
The choice of dishes is very interesting with healthy, tasty options, a choice of smoothies, fresh juices, some cocktails three types of beer, two types of white and two types of red wine in a bottle or by the glass and one type of rose. The coffee is roasted down the street….from Kxoffee Project.
The menu is special and attractive without being tiring or excessive. Some suggestions include the Light Benedict eggs with light yoghurt sauce with turmeric and the Yummies, a bowl of sweet potatoes, Cypriot sausage, halloumi, pine nuts, sunflower seeds, rocket and poached egg.
The main dishes include salmon, mini chicken and beef burgers, all served with delicious sides such as the chickpeas with goat cheese, walnuts, cucumber and coriander.
To finish off there is a choice of four desserts. The pana cotta dulce, with caramelized white chocolate, rum and brown sugar. Also the baked apples with nuts are absolutely superb.
Don’t miss out. You will love it.
Ayia Elenis and Stasandrou 3C, 22777077.