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Estrella Damm Tapas Trail: Fireside at Nomad

Jun 2, 2016 Restaurants

Photos by Ken Downie for Metro.

As its name suggests, Point Chevalier restaurant Nomad serves food inspired by global travel. From traditional tapas plates like aubergine croquettes, calamari and roasted eggplant to Italian pizza, there’s a strong Mediterranean theme, though dishes like inside-out salmon sushi keep diners guessing.

A lofty, well-designed interior with striking mezzanine level is made cosy with a large fire and plush, velvet cushions. It’s the ideal place to hunker down in after a winter walk on Point Chev beach, fireside with a tapas selection and glass of Estrella Damm.

Nomad’s Estrella Damm Tapas Trail Menu:

  • Aubergine croquette with black tahini and roasted red pepper coulis
  • Inside-out salmon sushi with Asian-style veg and wasabi aioli
  • Roast portobello mushroom stuffed with goat’s cheese and finished with a balsamic reduction

Enjoy all three dishes with two glasses of Estrella Damm for just $40.


5 Point Chevalier Road
Point Chevalier
(09) 815 9595

About the Estrella Damm Tapas Trail: Metro, in partnership with Estrella Damm, proudly presents a culinary journey across Auckland which pairs flavoursome food from 13 of Auckland’s leading eateries with Estrella Damm’s Mediterranean lager. View participating restaurants here.

This page is sponsored by Estrella Damm. 


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