Nomado was established in 2007 and is strategically located at 165 E 33rd St, New York, NY 10016, United States. Nomado 33 has been blending the freshest fish with the highest quality ingredients for artfully crafted sushi in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan. They have been here for over ten years now, and through that time they have become a neighborhood fixture. Come and get a taste of exquisite sushi in a sleek East side spot.
Nomado 33 is the place where sushi and art not only merge, but thrive. Detail takes precedence in everything we do, so you’ll find that every piece of sushi is created with an eye for elegance in everything from preparation to presentation. Each dish is as stunningly gorgeous as it is exhilarating and fresh. Stop by for a happy hour and a lounge in their sleek East Side spot as you sip a handmade cocktail and browse their menu, where yellowtail mingles with jalapeño and banana tempura is rolled into maki.
Jason, the manager, and his team are proud to serve masterfully prepared sushi in the trendy Murray Hill restaurant. Whether you’ve been joining us for a meal for years or it’s your first time, they know you ‘re going to want to come back again and again.
Nomado 33 is one of New York City’s best sushi restaurants. Each dish is expertly prepared, super high quality fish and beautifully presented. There is a friendly neighborhood atmosphere and the prices are very reasonable. There’s no question that this is one of the best sushi spots in the city, and we’re lucky enough to have it in the neighborhood.
This is a solid sushi spot. In a city, bustling with tons of sushi bars, what separates this place is an affordable price to go along with delicious sushi. Sweet potato tempura and avocado rolls are going to die. Wasabi, pickled ginger, soya sauce (all of which comes with the order) and chipotle mayonnaise are great additions to the rolls. There are 6 pieces and they are quite fulfilling.
It’s a great place to have lunch if you work in the area. Clean, calm, comfortable, nice people who don’t seem to be rushed or like they’re making a million rolls an hour. The mood matters, and the tasteful food reflects the atmosphere. Lunch special is a little more expensive than other sushi spots in the area, but it’s worth it, rolls are bigger, meatier and have less rice. It’s good to dine in or take out.