NoMI

  • Photo by Krause; Johansen
    Photo by Krause; Johansen
  • Photo by Tim Turner
    Sushi platter. Photo by Tim Turner
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  • Photo by Krause; Johansen
  • Photo by Tim Turner

    NoMI’s taste thrills are as revelatory as its views of Chicago’s skyline and impressive art collection. Christophe David, who trained at Taillevent in Paris, can go from a simple flight of pristine sashimi to a decadent Burgundy-truffle-and-foie-gras crème brûlée without missing a beat. French dishes like bouillabaisse and velouté get impressive nouveau American modifications. For more casual affairs, the premises include a lounge, a cellar, and a warm-weather garden.

    Specialties: Brittany turbot; roasted sweetbread; prime New York strip.

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