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Nom Nom

Andheri WestWestern Suburbs  

3.3

16 Reviews / 15 Ratings

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Modern Asian Menu Oct 21 - Nov 30

  • Nom Nom introduces a modern twist to its menu. Nom Nom is committed to bringing you the best of Pan-Asian cuisine and hence decided to add some modern elements to their Asian Fare. The new Modern Asian menu is hand crafted combining ingredients and cooking techniques from throughout the world to create a lip smacking feast.

     

    Soups (1 veg + 2 n.veg)

    1. Nasoya calorie free Tofu soup with mushroom & tomato (v)  

    2. Egg white omelet & stir fry veggies with peanuts & glass noodles 

    3. Korean styled Prawn, Squid & Okra soup

     

    Salads (1 veg + 1 n.veg)

    1. Shitake & orange salad with sesame-mirin ginger vinaigrette (v) 

     

    {Also available in Chicken} 

     

    2. Poached red snapper salad from the far east with pink ginger & orange dressing (v) 

     

    First plate / Appetizers (3 veg + 3 n.veg)

    1. Tacos oriental style served with spinach, cashew soba noodle stir fried with a creamy ponzu drizzle (v)

    2. Pan cakes stuffed with tofu & stir fried veggies with red curry flavored cheese sauce (v) - {Also available with rock crab meat & mushrooms

    3. Tebasaki kakiage (Japanese chicken wings) with a ginger soy dressing 

    4. Tokyo styled seaweed wrapped prawn & chestnut steamed rolls {Also available with kidney bean & asparagus (v)

     

    Main Course (2 veg + 2 n.veg)

    1. Grilled cottage cheese & vegetable oriental croquette with burnt garlic rice & tom yum glaze (v) 

    2. Oriental veggies & Thai spiced Red curry risotto (v) 

    3. Indonesian spicy chilly garlic chicken with water melon sprout salad & sweet chilly butter 

    4. Grilled red snapper with chilly basil glaze on Phuket spice rice & broccoli stir fry


Asian Soup with European Flavours Oct 27 - Dec 14

  • The all new modern Asian menu at Nom Nom, invites you for a Soup-ful experience with their mouthwatering preparations like Nasoya calorie free Tofu soup served with mushroom & tomato. Also available are the delicious combinations of Egg white omelet & stir fry veggies with peanuts & glass noodles soup or Korean styled Prawn, served with Squid & Okra soup for all non- vegetarians. The all new menu is hand crafted combining organic ingredients and cooking techniques from throughout the world to create an unconventional feast.


Soba Noodles in Crunchy Tacos Nov 12 - Nov 30

  • Nom Nom brings to you a delectable spread of Pan-Asian cuisine with some modern elements to their Asian Fare. One of their scrumptious preparation from the menu includes Tacos oriental style accompanied with spinach, cashew soba noodle stir fried and ended with a creamy ponzu drizzle. This unconventional dish is hand crafted combining ingredients and cooking techniques making it a perfect appetizers to begin your meal with.



Nom Nom Reviews

1.0

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Pathetic food....

First of all, there is a very limited choice for vegetarians. The taste is also very ok. Not value for money. I went there for dinner, they did not give me the printed bill but gave me on a plain paper with service tax and service charge. When I asked for the printed copy, they told me that the printer is not working. They told me that they will courier it to me ......... And I am still waiting for it. I paid the taxes and I have still not got the bill.

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wati8onmyd8 - Burrp User

wati8onmyd8

8 Reviews

February 19,2014

3.5

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COZY PLACE

Been here twice in the last few months. love their outdoor seating. Gives you that warm and cozy feeling. food is good ( not outstanding). love the wasabi prawns and dumplings. Nasi Goreng not really authentic. service is good too. will visit again for sure :)

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ajeeta19

7 Reviews

February 05,2014

3.3

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Best Khao Suey

This is the place with the absolute best khao suey in Mumbai. I had the veg version and its the best gravy I have ever tasted. The portion of noodles is just right for one person but the quantity of gravy is huge! Best to order one portion with some extra noodles and share between two people.
Have tried the lava cake in desert and it has the most amazing chocolate filling - rich and dark and delicious. Its a pity they don't serve it with ice cream.

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4.0

Delicious

This place has a classy ambiance and service is warm. The food is equally good. Try the prawn crackers with mustard sauce( for those who can't bear the smell of fish.. avoid )
The dumplings were succulent and tasty. Prawns fried rice,Veg Thai rice and Thai red curry were superb. Also,they have a variety of mocktails and for some reason I can't remember which one did we order apart from peach iced tea. This place is a must try!

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1.3

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Cheated in Food and Service

I went to Nom Nom around 7.30 pm for Soup and Starters. The previous time I had loved their Tom-yum soup so went back to especially have that. The previous two times, I did feel that the rest of the food was of average quality and the waiters were poorly trained. There is no good managerial control either.

But what happened yesterday, left me disgusted!
I ordered for thier mushroom starters wherein 5 different kind of exotic mushroom are served in chilli garlic sauce. While it was cooked ok. What left me feeling cheated was that they used only the flat shitake mushrooms fromt eh variety stated in menu, and some regular button mushrooms along with the highly disgusting fungi mushroom - they almost feel like an insect inside one's mouth on chewing.

When we complained about not being served whats on menu, the waiter asked if there was an allergic reaction to the fungi mushroom. and Indeed there was!! (instant cuts inside the mouth).. how can NOM NOM serve something which is firstly, not on the menu; and then without checking if one is allergic, when they have previously known that people are bound to get allergic reactions to a particular mushrooms.

when we insisted on meeting the manager, and waited for over 30 mins - the managers was not around. The rest of the staff was arrogant, and the least they coudl do was offer a waiver in the bill. They didnt even do that!

Over all, it was an horrendous and atrocious experience of being treated with both insensitivity and lack of service.

Highly disappointed NOM NOM.

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glutton111

16 Reviews

December 08,2012

3.8

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Wednesday Buffet-in Report

Please note that this review pertains to the Wednesday buffet only, there may be a separate review on ala carte. Nestled in a corner on juhu versova link road, the immediate entry feels like ur in a spa . Went here as I heard about the Wednesday buffet special they had. It was a very unusual buffet where food acc to order was served on table while the main dish: khow suey kept on the buffet table. A drink is included in the buffet, total price of about 450/-. The khow suey was simply superb, as good as the one in ala carte with all the 9-10 seasonings etc with it, this one it self is a show stealer which costs about 300/- normally I think. There are other things which you can order from the 'verbal' menu the staff has..like pan fried chicken noodles or thai red curry and rice included in the buffet, both again scored very high on taste. have to admit that have never come across such tasty oriental buffet, as food was prepared per requirement. Service was quite slow but it was pardonable given the low price and HIGH quality of food compared to other oriental buffets (except mainland china) and lousy as well since they dint have anything written for the buffet menu, everything was verbally informed. I skipped the momos as I am not a big fan of it but heard from the nearby kitty party aunties that momos/wantons were pretty good: veg, chicken and pork. The ice tea was as good as it gets with a lot of peach pulp. The only thing disappointi was no dessert! Or was I not informed about it??
Ideally wish to give it a five star rating but 2 things: no written menu and no dessert made me give a 3.5 overall. Food taste will be 5/5, service 2.5/5, price 4/5. Happy Nom nomming!

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kreeti17

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December 05,2012

3.5

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expensive

the only thing i noticed when i sat was the prices on the menu. it was VERY high priced. i could only order a drink and a starter and i ended up paying 700rs.
no doubt the service was amazing, ambiance was lovely. music was a bit funny.
but its TOO expensive, and in mumbai with the competitive market, why would someone choose such a place?

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Varunchajjer

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September 07,2012

3.8

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Nom Noming.....

We were recommended to go to Nom Nom, and we did, they definitely need a bigger signboard , it's right nxt to banana leaf n we could nt find it, but when we did it it hit us - and hero can have such a beautiful looking restaurant was unreal... I love nature and thy hav used natural elements really well....the service though slow is at least friendly. We were recommended the wasabi prawns n then came the khowsuey -a perfect 10 on10. The phad Thai noodles were awesome n we would have preferred a larger portion of the pork spare ribs . Then I tried a little of veg Thai curry -green from my friend and I could not stop myself from taking a second helping .the dessert choice Is limited bt we liked the chic volcano which is no way south east asian . And lastly our biggest recommendation to the owner , there is a body builder who stood at the bar letching at us which made us uncomfortable....

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4.3

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Suprisingly ........ Light on Wallet..

I am surprised at the average rating for this place so far
I went there last weekend on the recommendation of a friend - and I was very pleasantly surprised
The ambience of the place is very chic - as has been described by people below. Service was polite and attentive. We were a group of 4 people - the waiters were patient enough to let everyone make up their minds individually about their order

And the food that arrived was damn good. The menu had a quite a bit of Chinese I think, for a South East Asian place. But it made up for it in taste - every dish that we ordered turned out quite good. And the price, for Andheri place was really sensible. They were a bit deficient on the dessert menu - could have done with a bit more choice. But due credit to them, both the desserts we tried were just as yummy as the food
Doesn't hurt that they have a lot of south east Asian options as well :

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2.5

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Strictly OK

Had been to this place last weekend. Overall the experience was ordinary. What put me off even more was when i was presented with the bill. It was merely a cash memo that also handwritten!!! On top of this they charged VAT & Service Tax.. I really wonder how does that bill justify VAT and Service Tax as anyone can easily fudge with it. Definitively not worth a second visit.

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5.0

WOW how good

This one is definitely going to be one of the top south east Asian joint in Mumbai, one of our best culinary experience we have had, classy ambiance, would go there again n again

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Flavors of Asia

Nom Nom as a name strikes me as something flippant and light-headed, almost childish in the way it seems to fly in the face of naming conventions for restaurant. Sure, I'm sure most of us know about the whole "om nom nom nom" meme that flits about online, but to make that name take a leap from cyberia to the real world is a bit brave, and hopefully you'd think that the restaurant can make you think less about its name and more about the quality of its food once you dig in.

I'm glad to say it did just that. What's in a name anyways?

Nom Nom, like some have mentioned on here, has an easygoing, laid-back ambience. It is very oriental and south-east asian in nature, but for me the outdoor area (with its low-slung seating) is the place to be. Not in the monsoons though, so we did shift inside. The easygoing vibe is further accentuated by the use of very relaxing music, but strangely they played a fair bit of new-age jazz. I don't know if I'm wrong in saying it takes away from the place a bit, a departure from what it is, which is a south-east asian eatery.

I won't waffle along though, so let's get to it. The waiter recommended we go with something they call a "Phuket Chicken" in brown sauce, and we tried this in both the appetizer and the main course since the waiter insisted that it was "really delicious". A personal favorite of his perhaps? Nonetheless, the hype was justified. I love my food to be fiery hot, but neither the gravy nor the appetizer was. The spice was something more subtle, reminding you that it was there and playing on your palate without really burning you up from the inside out. We had the main course sauce with burnt garlic fried rice and the rice was, for want of a better word, nom-nomalicious. It could really have been had on its own, it was honestly that good, I kid you not.

There was also the Seafood in XO sauce, and this for me was the star of the evening. It had some Basa and Prawns in XO Sauce, and I didn't know before that day what XO Sauce was. What it was, was awesome. It was served on a bed of fried noodles, and all in all, that dish was the abiding memory of my evening. Crackly and tasty and deliciously spicy, it was a non-vegetarian delight. I had some of the Thai Chilly Paste (big ups to batul_n) for bringing it to our attention!) and it was really quite sublime. Of course, that Thai Chilly Paste went with everything, but that's a different point altogether!

I had a mocktail (such is the lot of the designated driver) while my friends had varied mojitos, cocktails and what not. It was all good, or so I was told. Not a drop of alcohol touched my lips that night, so I can't really comment on that.

The oddities, then. We were served the Seafood in XO sauce on a quarter plate, so picture this. A smallish helping of the dish was heaped onto that tiny little thing and we were wondering why this was so. Apparently, just oversight perhaps borne of some confusion. Thankfully, the rest of the meal was served on a full-sized plate. Oddly enough, one of our cocktails also went to another table and the waiter only just realized it after we had finished the meal itself. No biggie, those are minor quibbles that should not detract from an excellent meal in itself.

Nom Nom then serves up an excellent meal if you're not looking for Chinese, or a departure from Chinese while still craving Chinese. Drinks are reasonable, food is great and the ambience is nice. Damages for three were 2100 or so, and I found that quite good given that the food really tickled my fancy. I will be seeing more of you, Nom Nom. Give it a try, I'm sure you'll learn to love it too.

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Nom Nom...Lives upto its name!!

Situated in the busy suburb of Andheri, on the Juhu-Versova Link Road, one might miss Nom Nom quite easily, unless one is specifically looking for it.

Once you enter, the whole ambiance transfers you from Andheri to Koh Samui in a matter of seconds. The wooden tables, paired with white chairs & sofas have a minimalistic, yet grand look.

Sitting at the table, we were handed wooden menu cards, complete with a jute bind, It really gave off an authentic oriental vibe.

We ordered Hot & Sour Chicken Soup With Bamboo Shoots. The soup was a perfect blend of sour & spicy, with the bamboo shoots giving a pungent flavor that was really enjoyable. Even though we has the soup 1 by 2, the quantity was great!

Along with it we ordered the Chicken Singaporean Salad & we were certainly not disappointed. The salad was an atomic bomb of flavors in the mouth, with a discovery of a new flavor with every bite.

The host recommended Chicken Koh Samui for the starter to us. The portion was quite large with about 8-10 pieces on the plate. The chicken, prepared in coconut milk was slightly sweet & in a complete contrast to the salad, had very subtle flavors to it. We enjoyed the starter with the Sesame Sauce provided at the table.

Also a noticeable mention would be the Thai Chilly Paste. It is worth dying for! With a combination of a sweet & spicy flavor, this accompaniment really did spice up our meal.

We wanted to try something Vegetarian dish for our main course & were suggested to try the Oriental Vegetables in Chilli Basil Sauce by our host. The stir fried vegetables were well cooked & flavored & we just couldn't stop eating. This paired with the delicately flavored Thai Stir Fried Rice was the most deliciously yummy thing I've ever tasted!

We had ordered Fresh Lime Soda & Peach Iced Tea. To our immense satisfaction both our drinks were surprisingly well flavored, & unlike our experiences with other restaurants, we didn't have to ask for extra sugar syrup.

The sweet ending to this delicious meal came in the form of Cheesecake! I ordered a Baked Cheesecake, while my guest ordered a Blueberry Cheesecake. Let me tell you despite being full to the brim, I couldn't stop eating & if the cleaned plate was some indication the cheesecake was yumm! I have found most baked cheesecakes to be dry & crumbly but this one was moist, dense & yet light on the stomach. The Blueberry Cheesecake was light, fluffy & well flavored.

The restaurant staff was very courteous & certainly well trained & knowledgeable. The way they described a dish was the way we were served.

Had a really great experience, & obviously impressed my guest with the choice of restaurant! Kudos to the staff on doing such a good job.

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Disappointing

I wanted to try this new restaurant in the vicinity and hence ordered just one starter.Ordered Yaki Tori (Japanese skewers).I haven't had chicken skewers which could be more worse than them.To add to that the quantity was unbelievable.For a price of 250 bux i got 2 sticks each having 3 chicken pieces, the size of no more than a bubble gum.(not exaggerating but being precise).I pay to eat food which fills my stomach but in this case i felt the money to be donated as the dish really dint make any difference to my empty stomach.

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A great joint for South East Asian fare!

As you drive past the Banana Leaf, you can easily miss this place. In with the whole minimalistic thing, the call to stage for Nom Nom is subtle, blending well with the interiors!

Past the wooden gates and the hostess, you are immediately transformed in to an oasis of water bodies, soft lighting, green plants and low lounge type of seating. One can feel as if you are in Ko Samui in one of the many joints along the beach. The high enough walls mask the noise and pollution from the road.

As you get to the inside seating, the first thing that you notice is the bar with its to the ceiling show case for its bottles. Still waiting to get the liquor license though! The ceiling has an interesting contraption as a twist to its design, wooden rafters connected with ropes giving it a trapeze look.

The chairs and tables are simple trying to make sure that they have maximized the space available. The sofas, as my guests told me were uncomfortable as they did not have the back recline as it should be in fine dine!

Instead of using napkins, they use custom printed paper tissues. The coasters too were custom. No table mats and no runners. Just the way it should be. The owners are the same as Silver Beach Cafe (which I have yet to try!).

The menu is printed on recycled paper and bound with jute rope between two wooden plates. Gave it a rustic look! Authentic to a certain extent given that South East Asia is known for its wood!

The servers were very eager to please. They have limited but good knowledge of what is available. And behind their KOT, they have a list of recommendations from the chef as a ready reckoner. Pretty clever.

We started off with Mushrooms in Chilly Basil, Miso Soup, Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Regular Spring Rolls, Crackling Spinach, Cottage Cheese in Spicy Sauce and a Veg Sushi platter.

The food came out hot, the soup was very good. The mushrooms were a hit, simply because they were very spicy! The Vietnamese Spring rolls were also very good. Fresh, flavorful and filled with crunchy veggies. The regular rolls were well fried. Not too oily, yet crisp and hot. The crackling spinach was a hit with the ladies. The twist on this was the burnt garlic! The sushi platter was well laid out and presented. However they did not give us the small bowls to pour the soya in and hence it was running all over my quarter plate! They have an interesting version of asparagus and cream cheese with tomato! I highly recommend it! The chef surprised us with his chicken pattaya, but since we are vegetarians, he gave us the paneer pattaya. The outside was lightly crisped, flavored with coconut paste and a bit of kick of fresh herbs and green chilies! Wow! Worth a try!

Oh and yes, one thing we felt was a bit of a let down were the Edamame. They were frozen I guess and then steamed and salted. So most of them were limp and had water in them, but since my wife loves them, we did not complain.

The mains were a bit less in choice for the vegetarians. They also have not marked the menu with a divide between the veg and the other dishes. With limited choice, I improvised and told the waiter to help me out. I ordered oriental vegetables in black bean sauce, soba noodles, stir fried veggies with chili and basil, burnt garlic rice, green curry vegetarian.

The two veggies were of the same color and gravy. So most guests got confused on which one they were eating. The servers were not very efficient in who they were serving what and were getting mixed up. However the taste was impeccable! The burnt garlic rice was an instant hit. The noodles had plenty of mushrooms of all kinds including shitake. The green curry tasted good, but too thick, too much of coconut cream which made it very sweet and unlike its true form from Thailand, this one was mildly spicy.

At the end of the meal, we were left with very little as leftovers and hence I was quite happy that everyone enjoyed the food! We did not leave any room for dessert!

The service even though a bit confused at times, was very courteous, quick and efficient. The chef himself was out to talk to us and ask for our feedback.

This is one of the few joints you will get in the burbs to sample South East Asian cuisine, including Singaporean! I definitely recommend a visit!

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Nice Food & Ambience!

We had actually decided to have dinner at Banana Leaf, since there was long waiting period, we decided to take a little walk. Right next Banana leaf is Nom Nom, a south east Asian restaurant, I asked my friend if we can try out this cuisine, as we never had.

The waitress welcomed us, but I first preferred seeing the ambience & then decided to check in the restaurant. Must appreciate the ambience was very nice, quiet and soft music being played. Its a small restaurant, but really worth to give it a try.

Not much option for vegetarians, but the food is a must try. We had a Paneer starter in peanut and lemon grass sauce, which tasted yum followed by Coriander garlic rice and Green Thai curry (will give 5 stars for the curry). For the deserts we had Baked cheese cake, which tasted very well.

A good and cozy place to dine with friends, only minus point is this place is not visible from road, as there is no display board of the restaurant.

Total damage for two: Rs. 1200/- (including taxes).

Please note: They charge 12.36% service tax & 10% Service charge

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