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NoMad London takes residence inside the historic, grade II-listed building famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station. A collaboration with New York-based interior design studio Roman and Williams, the transformation of the storied 19th century building draws inspiration from its history and location in Covent Garden, as well as exploring the artistic and cultural connection between London and New York.
In keeping with the ethos that began at NoMad New York, the restaurants and bars in London celebrate the interplay between grand and intimate, classical and colloquial, festive moments of revelry and quiet meals that nourish the spirit. The offering is a reflection of the season, the place and the gracious, creative talent of the NoMad team that brings it to life.
Set inside a soaring glass conservatory, the NoMad Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
Side Hustle is NoMad's casual all-day restaurant and bar, located in the former Bow Street Police Station.
An intimate spaces reserved exclusively for hotel guests, The Library offers light fare and drinks amidst a collection of our favorite books in the NoMad tradition.